New Mexico Action Coalition
The New Mexico Action Coalition strives to provide strategic direction through community collaboration and grassroots efforts with key stakeholders to transform the health of New Mexico
Every New Mexican deserves an exceptional nurse when and where they need nursing care. The NM Action coalition is a true coalition of organizations and individuals whose passion drives the advancement of nursing as a strong ally and partner to improve health in the state.
The New Mexico Action Coalition has been convened by the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action, a collaboration created by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the AARP Foundation.
Work at the state level to implement the recommendations of the Institute of Medicine’s report "The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health”.
Action Coalitions are the driving force of the campaign at the local and state levels, forming a strong, connected grassroots network of diverse stakeholders working to transform health care through nursing. Backed by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and AARP, the Campaign for Action is driven by evidence-based recommendations from the Institute of Medicine.
Jennifer Elllis, MSN, RN, Board President, NM Center for Nursing Excellence
Francie Monteith, SVP, Senior Regional Community Relations Manager, Bank of Albuquerque
- Lifelong Learning/Leadership
- Healthcare/Community Collaboration
- Nursing Data
MEETINGS - See what's going on!
Meeting notes form March meeting of full NMAC and its workgroups.
Articles, surveys, data...
IOM Report - The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health (summary)
The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action - Top accomplishments for 2014
All together Now: Why the Future of Nursing matters to all nurses
A Bold New Vision for America's Health Care System
Interprofessional Collaboration and Education
VIDEO: Transforming Health Care Through Nurse Leadership
Baccalaureate Nurse and Hospital Outcomes: More Evidence
BSN Completion Barriers, Challenges, Incentives, and Strategies
Economic Evaluation of the 80% Baccalaureate Nurse Workforce Recommendation
The Future of Nursing: Monitoring the Progress of Recommended Change in Hospitals, Nurse-Led Clinics, and Home Health and Hospice Agencies
Also find other reports under our RESOURCES tab.