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Tennessee Action Coalition















ACTION IS OUR MIDDLE NAME.
 

THE STATE OF TENNESSEE faces many health and health care related challenges. We have an aging and more diverse population, more people with chronic conditions, and soaring costs, but we have a shortage of primary care providers, especially in certain areas of the state. These challenges require a unique strategy in order to improve health outcomes for the population and we think that nurses can help to address these issues.  

The Tennessee Action Coalition aims to be the driving force for the transformation of health care through nursing in our state and we can’t do it alone. We need support from individuals and organizations, nurses and nurse champions, all working together alongside the Tennessee Action Coalition to create a brighter future for Tennesseans. Contact us today to see how you can get involved in the future of our great state. 
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Registered Nurse Involvement on Boards Survey

We need your help! The Tennessee Action Coalition is participating in an initiative to place 10,000 nurses on boards around the country by 2020. To understand Tennessee’s contribution to the 2020 goal, your input is needed to create a database to ascertain baseline participation on boards by Tennessee nurses. The database will establish whom already serve on boards and the kind of boards nurses serve on. To complete this survey, please click HERE


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Webinars On-Demand

 
The Tennessee Action Coalition has an archive of webinars available 24/7! Earn CE credits at no cost to you by watching these webinars and participating in a brief follow-up survey. The diverse collection of webinar topics range from the value of cultural competency to effective communication with legislators. Click HERE for more information
 


Accomplishments

The Tennessee Action Coalition has just received a grant for our program Expanding Opportunities for Nurses to Lead Collaborative Health Care Improvement through Advanced Learning in Cultural Competent Care from the Tennessee Promise of Nursing Grant Program.  Funding for this program was contributed by several hospitals and healthcare agencies in Tennessee, as well as Johnson & Johnson and other national companies with an interest in supporting nursing education.  The funds were raised at the 2015 Promise of Nursing for Tennessee gala event in Nashville sponsored by Johnson and Johnson.

 

 

 
 
 
 
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What's New?

 
Culturally Competent Webinar Series - CEUs available Click HERE for more info​
 
Culture of Health Meeting - Knoxville, TN chosen as one of two sites for nationwide meeting, Click HERE for more information
 
Promoting Nurse Leaders by conducting Regional Emerging Leader Meetings. Click HERE​ for more information