With the 2010 Affordable Care Act , healthcare in America is moving into uncharted territory.
Care models are transforming for providers and for recipients. And, with an unprecedented opportunity to define themselves outside the shadow of physician- and hospital-centered care, nurses are also on the verge of a tremendous shift, not only in how they practice, but in how they are educated.
N-21 was created to stimulate conversation surrounding these transformations.
More than just words or images on a screen, N-21 is a call to change, a call to speak up, a call to think, to engage, to solve.
It is also a call to accomplish change collaboratively, across the entire range of the professional spectrum.
Published twice a year as a free mobile app – with audio, video, and photo enhancements – each issue will look at what is happening in nursing right now. Issues will be theme based, meaning contributors will have a range of professional, theoretical, philosophical, and educational backgrounds.
Articles will examine topics from a fresh perspective, ask and answer questions many are considering, as well as risk naming problems often recognized but not discussed.
Nursing is changing. N-21 plans to be part of that change.
For a description and link to our first issue, click or touch the cover to the left.