We are thankful for ALL of you who donate and help CT Nurses Foundation support and preserve Nursing in Connecticut.
Where do you see the future of nursing? What direction do you want to the profession to go? Where do you think we need the most improvement as a whole? Nursing is both an art and a science, and one that is continually evolving to meet the needs of those practicing and those being served.
Please join the Connecticut Nurses Foundation and Fairfield University’s School of Nursing for a special lecture and Q&A session with renowned author and nursing advocate, Sandy Summers. Sandy Summers is the Founder and Executive Director of The Truth About Nursing. Since 2001 she has led the effort to change how the world views nursing by
Thank you to all those who ran, walked, donated and came to support the 6th Annual GE 5K Road Race, benefiting the Petit Family Foundation. A portion of the proceeds go to support the Jennifer Hawke-Petit Pediatric Scholarship, given annually by the Connecticut Nurses Foundation to deserving students in the state of Connecticut.
Pictured left to right are nurses Marlene Mohan and Kerisha David. In 2000, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) issued a landmark report stating that medical error was responsible for between 44,000 and 98,000 patient deaths annually. The report cited features within our complex health care system that set providers up to fail. Cell phones were
The Connecticut Nurses’ Foundation proudly supports and participates in the annual Petit Family Foundation & GE 5k Road Race, Fitness Walk and Kids Fun Run. The Petit Family Foundation honors the memories of Jennifer Hawke-Petit, RN, Hayley Elizabeth Petit and Michaela Rose Petit by continuing the kindness, idealism and activism that defined their lives. “Jennifer
RWJF has spearheaded more than 20 programs, initiatives and studies aimed at creating a vital, diverse and highly educated nurse work force.