Letters to the Editor
I especially appreciated the “Purposeful Hourly Rounding Benefits Patients” article [“Asking the Right Questions,” Summer 2012, page 50] and will plan to share it with international organizations when we are conducting Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation surveys. Many international organizations struggle with reducing the risk of patient harm resulting from falls, and Sibley Memorial has implemented a successful program.
Thank you for sharing their program.
Robbie Heath, MSN, MBA
I just received about four copies of Johns Hopkins Nursing, where you highlight Nursing’s Blueprint for the Future, Vol. II. I just love what you did, and would like…several more copies of Vol. I and Vol. II so we can put them on a table for the Deans to pick up and see.
Sue Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN
Director, Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action
This issue wraps up our three-part series “Nursing’s Blueprint for the Future.” In 2012, every issue of Johns Hopkins Nursing explored how nursing is implementing recommendations made in the Institute of Medicine’s report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. Enjoy this, the final installment, in which we explain the intricacies of collecting nursing workforce data nationwide and the challenges of establishing a culture of learning throughout a nurse’s career.