Benefits Of The Program
- Decrease nurse burnout & increase staff satisfaction
- Give the gifts of professional development & lifelong learning
- Appreciate ALL nursing staff (even nights) in a meaningful way
- Fun, easy, and convenient participation for EVERY nurse!
The Art of Nursing Covers Three Key Areas
Communication & Collaboration
Your nurses will learn ways to communicate effectively so that they can delegate appropriately and be prepared to handle difficult conversation.
Leadership & Empowerment
Your staff will learn how to show up as effective leaders at work. This added confidence will empower nurses to approach healthcare with a global vision.
Health and Wellness
Nurses will receive tools to decrease stress and prevent burnout. This leads to less turnover and helps you employ a more engaged workforce.
Here’s what some of last year’s 2,600+ participants had to say:
Staff are sending me emails and telling me how much they are enjoying this opportunity. It has been our best Nurse’s Week yet (and today is only Tuesday)!
Rhonda Holden, MSN, CENP
I want to thank you for putting together the wonderful Art of Nursing program. We purchased an organizational subscription as a Nurses’ week gift for our clinical staff. They all were delighted with the program’s content, the support for their practice and personal growth, the opportunity to “meet” nursing leaders that they might not otherwise know and the chance to earn CEUs. What a great learning opportunity for each of us.
Thank you for the seminar, very nicely done, extremely convenient. What I liked the best was the focus on us.
Heidi Quinn, RN
The Art of Nursing At A Glance
Number of Organizations
Our 2017 Art of Nursing Presenters
RN, MPH, MS
RN, BSN, MS, MSN, DrPh, CNOR
PhD, RN-BC, CSP
RN, CNP, PhD, FAANr
PhD Candidate, RN
DNP, MS, RN, CEN, CPEN
DNP, PhD, CEN, CFRN, FAEN
MSN, RN, OCN, CBCN, RYT 200hr
MA, BSN, RN, HN-BC
The Art of Nursing is Brought to You by
Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN
Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN is a Johns Hopkins-trained Registered Nurse, bestselling author, keynote speaker, and consultant on burnout prevention for nurses in all specialties. She is the CEO of ElizabethScala.com and founder of The Art of Nursing—a Nurse’s Week program providing education and inspiration at dozens of hospitals and healthcare organizations across the country. Her online community of over 15,000 nurses has allowed her to teach the lessons in this program in the real world of professional nurses and their rapidly changing healthcare environment. Read more