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Council on Collegiate Education for Nursing


ELECTION INFORMATION

Election Results

FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Eula Aiken
Nursing Programs Director and Executive Director, SREB Council on Collegiate Nursing
404-875-9211

A leading advocate for nursing education


Nurse educators at the Annual Meeting learn about the METIman simulator


The SREB Council on Collegiate Education for Nursing helps expand and strengthen schools of nursing at colleges and universities to reduce the critical shortage of nurse educators needed to train the nation’s registered nurses.

Nearly 40,000 job openings for RNs are projected every year through 2014 in SREB states and the District of Columbia. By some estimates, the shortage could grow to more than 1 million nurses nationwide by 2020.

SREB is helping to meet this demand. During 2010-13, the Council is focusing on four areas:

The Council works to strengthen college-based nursing programs at all levels — associate's, bachelor's, master's and doctoral — that prepare registered nurses for entry-level and advanced practice positions in the 16 SREB states and the District of Columbia. Building on more than five decades of collaboration with nursing leaders to promote cooperative regional planning, the Council is a proactive force for inspiring excellence in nursing education throughout the region. It also is the only regional organization for nurse educators in the nation affiliated with an interstate compact for education (SREB).

For more information, see the Council 2010-2013 Strategic Plan.


Current Candidates for Office


For the Council's 2014 candidates for office, click here.



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