Global Summit on Nurse Faculty Migration
STTI and the International Council of Nurses (ICN) convened an international summit in June, 2010 to explore contributing factors to the global nurse faculty migration. This meeting, supported by The Elsevier Foundation, was the first time an interdisciplinary group of leaders proactively addressed the critical need for qualified nursing faculty globally.
International summit seeks solutions to global shortage of nursing faculty
The global nursing shortage is due in part to a lack of faculty in nursing schools and to a phenomenon known as nurse migration, where nurses leave their country of origin to work elsewhere. Learn more.
Nurse Faculty Mentored Leadership Development Program seeks to curtail shortage by focusing on faculty retention
Research indicates that a contributing factor to the global nursing shortage is the lack of nursing faculty. Simply, schools with vacant faculty positions accept fewer students into their programs. Learn more.
Salaries, demand and career opportunities contribute to global nursing faculty migration
Twenty-one experts from 12 countries convened near Geneva, Switzerland, in late June to explore current patterns, types and causal and contributing factors of global nurse faculty migration, a phenomenon where nursing faculty leave their country of origin to work elsewhere. Learn more.
For information on STTI's Nurse Faculty Mentored Leadership Development Program (NFMLD) Learn more or e-mail Leadership@stti.iupui.edu.