Question 2b: Presentation of Testimony on How We Should Teach

If you are interested in presenting your testimony on how we should teach in person at the forum on February 22 in Houston, please check the box below. (Please note that there are only a limited number of 2-minute slots available, and there is no funding available to cover travel expenses to the forum.)


Question 3a: Where We Should Teach

Where we should teach encompasses issues and recommendations related to various venues and locations where nurses should be educated and trained, as well as partnerships and collaboratives that could be used in nursing education in an ideal future.

Please describe any or all of the following:

  • innovative models or initiatives in nursing education that take advantage of a variety of venues and locations for nursing education and training/continued education

  • innovative funding strategies and financial incentives for both students and institutions that could be used to advance where we should teach

  • barriers to expanding nursing education beyond traditional classroom settings

  • suggestions for how current education can be expanded beyond traditional classroom settings to better meet the future health needs of the population


Question 3b: Presentation of Testimony on Where We Should Teach

If you are interested in presenting your testimony on where we should teach in person at the forum on February 22 in Houston, please check the box below. (Please note that there are only a limited number of 2-minute slots available, and there is no funding available to cover travel expenses to the forum.)


Question 4a: Your Vision of the Future of Nursing

Please describe your vision of the future of nursing across care settings. Your vision could include thoughts on the type of care nurses will provide, the types of settings they will be working in, how nurses will be educated and trained, how they will be paid and reimbursed, and some of the challenges nurses will be faced with.


Question 4b: Additional Comments

If you have additional thoughts about the future of nursing education, or if you would like to share information on innovations or models of care that does not fit within the categories listed above, please use the space provided below. You may also e-mail documents or articles to support your testimony to nursing@nas.edu. However, please note that only the first 250 words submitted in each section of this online form will be considered for presentation of oral testimony at the Houston forum.



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