The profession of nursing is changing and changing fast.
From nursing school to practice, from nursing home to community care, nursing is taking the next step in its evolution.
We asked our experts to share their perspectives and why they believe that nursing is now in a position to take on the future of healthcare.
Rachael J. McLean, associate professor of nursing, professor of medicine and director of the Center for Nursing Research, University of Washington:The profession is changing, but nursing is also undergoing the transition from a highly specialized, highly regulated, and highly regulated profession to a much more consumer-friendly, more modern, and consumer-centric profession.
It’s the most diverse and consumer driven profession.
And the change is a welcome one.
There is a lot of opportunity for innovation.
The biggest challenge is that we have to understand how to communicate with the public and communicate with people about the profession.
So that means you have to be a bit more thoughtful about what you’re trying to communicate to people, and then how to actually communicate with them in a way that makes sense to them.
So you’re looking at how to inform them about what it is you’re doing in the profession, and you’re also looking at what kind of things you want to talk about and talk about.
And there are some of those things that are really hard to do, because there’s so much that’s happening in nursing.
So the more that you can do, the better you can communicate.
We also have to keep in mind that nursing has a unique set of challenges that go beyond just the standard nursing education that is offered in schools.
The biggest challenge in nursing is the need to provide high quality care to patients, including a high level of care in the home and to manage the consequences of disease.
So we have a lot to learn.
We’ve always been very focused on the patient.
We’re still that way, even though we’re not in the hospital.
I think it’s because nursing is not a hospital setting.
We need to think about our patients as people, as people with dignity.
We have a whole suite of tools that we use in our profession to do that, but we also have a huge set of tools and skills that are needed for that, and we’re learning as we go along.
The challenges we face are huge and they’re changing as we move from the nursing school setting to practice settings and home health.
So as we evolve as a profession, we have lots of opportunities for innovation and innovation, and it’s not just the tools that are changing, we’re also seeing how to do it in a different way.
There are a lot more people doing their jobs now than ever before, so there are a whole range of different things that we need to know about.
There are people who are working for the public health community and they are learning the skills that they need to do their jobs, and there are people doing a career in nursing who are learning that as well.
And it’s really important that the people who work in the nursing home, the nurses, the medical staff, the other professionals who have access to nursing homes, we should be very aware of that, because they will also be the people we’re going to be in charge of for the next 10, 20, 30 years.
The people who will be doing this work are going to change the way we do it.
The role of nurses in the health care system is not going away, but it is going to get more and more diverse.
It will get more consumer friendly.
It’ll get more innovative.
We are going into a world where we are going through a transition.
We will be changing the way our healthcare system functions and our workforce.
So it is really important to think and plan and plan for the future, and that’s what we’re doing now.