Institutional Members

Thank you to our Institutional Members

Florida International University, Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing and Health Sciences
The University of Florida College of Nursing is nationally recognized for innovative education, dynamic leading-edge programs of research, and evidence-based approaches to nursing practice. Offering baccalaureate and graduate degrees, UF nursing education programs produce leading researchers, scholars and clinicians who advance quality patient care and influence health policy.

George Mason University, School of Nursing
As a nationally recognized School of Nursing, we prepare our students for the changing roles that nurses play in health and healthcare delivery. We are dedicated to providing an innovative, collaborative, and academically rigorous learning environment as we prepare students to be successful leaders in roles as clinicians, researchers, educators, and administrators

Texas Christian University, Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences
We endorse the mission and vision of Texas Christian University. The mission of TCU Nursing is to prepare professional nurses to identify and respond with competence to multiple, complex human health care needs. Graduates serve society through professional nursing roles and provide ethical leadership in practice, administration, teaching, and scholarship. We are dedicated to professional nursing education based on a foundation of liberal arts, sciences, and humanities, and to the promotion of an environment that encourages lifelong learning. We further affirm a commitment to professional competence and civic and professional responsibilities in a global society. The Nursing program is designed to meet the needs of high school graduates, transfer students, and registered nurses interested in obtaining the bachelor of science in nursing degree.

University of Alabama, Capstone College of Nursing
The University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing (CCN) prepares graduates for the professional practice of nursing. The college is a national innovator in clinical simulation in nursing education, utilizing simulators and telehealth technology in teaching, research and health care delivery. We partner with a variety of well-respected health care facilities to provide clinical experiences that ease the transition into the working world and prepare graduates for challenges after school.

The University of Alabama in Hunstville, College of Nursing
The College of Nursing is dedicated to educating and inspiring individuals to become nurse leaders who act with integrity, discover through scientific methods, and advocate for the best health care experiences of people and communities in a complex and evolving health care environment. In collaboration with our university colleagues and community partners, we are committed to excellence through our teaching, scholarship, practice, and service.

University of Florida, College of Nursing
The University of Florida, College of Nursing is nationally recognized for innovative education, dynamic leading-edge programs of research, and evidence-based approaches to nursing practice. Offering baccalaureate and graduate degrees, UF nursing education programs produce leading researchers, scholars and clinicians who advance quality patient care and influence health policy.

University of Maryland, School of Nursing
The University of Maryland School of Nursing is a driving force that supports groundbreaking research and scholarship that enhance the field of nursing, influence modern health care, and spark new thinking behind the ways we care for each other as a society.

University of West Georgia, Tanner Health System School of Nursing
The faculty of the Tanner Health System School of Nursing believes and supports the mission, purpose, and goals of the University of West Georgia. While offering both undergraduate and graduate academic programs, the Tanner Health System School of Nursing frames its philosophy within the theoretical structure of caring as the essence of nursing. The faculty are committed to creating a culture of quality caring that fosters caring collaborative relationships between teachers and learners; patients, families and nurses, as well as other members of the healthcare team. Within a culture of quality caring, all persons are viewed as inherently worthy and deserve respect, justice, and equality regardless of gender, race, culture, sexual orientation, or socio-economic status.