Individual Career Opportunities in Nursing, more commonly known as Nurse iCON, is a program exclusively for the nursing profession in Michigan. Free to all job seekers and supported through the membership of Michigan healthcare employers, Nurse iCON lists only Michigan nursing jobs to support the development and retention of the Michigan healthcare workforce.
Nurse iCON launched in 2002 as a program of the Michigan Health Council. For more than 65 years, the Michigan Health Council has been working to connect health care professionals with jobs, promote health care education, and address the challenges facing health care employers and employees in Michigan. The Michigan Health Council is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization working to find innovative solutions and build networks to support health care workforce issues in Michigan..
This all day conference is for all of Michigan's nurses and will address the nursing profession's commitment to quality and safety and interprofessional collaboration.
The 2014 Michigan Nursing Summit has an outstanding lineup of innovative and passionate speakers. Topics that will be covered at the summit will include how interprofessional teams and collaboration can improve quality and safety, how the Doctorate of Nursing Practice is uniquely suited to achieve the Triple Aim, and several panel discussions for additional in-depth understanding of these essential topics facing nursing today. Summit information and registration
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