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Join TONE at the 2016 Annual Conference!
February 4 - 5, 2016
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas


Preparing for 2020 and Beyond: The Evolving Role of Nurse Leaders
Resilience | Sustainability | Technology


   
     


Thank you to our 2016 Annual Conference Sponsor!


Platinum Sponsors





TONE WebinaRx

View the presentation for the second edition of TONE WebinaRx, “My Tilting Nursing Policy Cap: 84th Legislative Session and Regulatory Update” presented by Elizabeth N. Sjoberg, Associate General Counsel for the Texas Hospital Association, via the link below. Thank you to all who participated!

 


Texas Choosing Wisely

Texas follows in the footsteps of the ABIM Foundation which launched Choosing Wisely in 2012 by setting up an Email to help Texans start the conversation between providers and patients.  The Choose Wisely campaign is to encourage physician and patient conversations about overuse and misuse of tests and procedures to help make smart care choices.  

Email Texas Choosing Wisely to start your conversation now.

 


Changes to TONE's Membership Year
TONE Membership is now anniversary based.
This means you will receive 1 full year of membership from the date you join or renew. 

NOW is the time to JOIN or RENEW!

 

Don't let time get away from you!

Renew today so your TONE membership doesn't skip a beat!

 

 

 

 

 

 


Announcements  

  • The THA 2016 Annual Conference and Expo will be held January 21-22 at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel. Don’t miss out on two days of thought-provoking discussions, inspiring educational sessions and engaging networking events right in your backyard.  Let's advance health care together at the THA 2016 Annual Conference and Expo. For more information, visit the THA website.

  • Read more about the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action Summit 2015

  •  TONE Bylaws have been updated and approved and are now available here! 

  • PODCAST Listen to one of our TONE Members, Jan Jones-Schenk discuss the nursing crisis in Texas and what WGU Texas is doing to respond to it.

    According to the Texas Nursing Workforce Shortage Coalition, the demand for full-time registered nurses in Texas exceeds supply by 22,000. The gap is estimated to reach a 70,000 nurse shortage in this state by 2020 as working nurses, averaging 46 years old, retire. In fact, Texas could lose more than 40 percent of its working nurses in the next ten years. Despite that, Texas nursing schools turned away more than 11,000 qualified applicants in 2010, primarily due to lack of faculty and capacity.

 

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