NNBA Nurse Entrepreneur News – 06/01/2021
Vying for Nurses, Hospitals Go Big with Sign On Bonuses was a recent headline in Becker’s Hospital Review. For example, Piedmont in Atlanta is offering nurses up to $30,000 in sign-on bonuses. The CEO of the Georgia Nurses Association is saying that the state’s need for nurses is the worst they’ve ever seen. At the same time, Altarum’s Health Sector Indicators briefs, that analyze the most recent data available on health sector spending and employment, reports that hospital employment is down overall, losing 37,000 jobs in April. The only growth area is in ambulatory care. It is confusing. One thing no one is confused about is the increasing level of burnout and dissatisfaction among nurses.
So many nurses today are choosing the entrepreneur path to converge with their nursing career. One of the best ways to achieve success in entrepreneurship is to attend the National Nurses in Business Association’s Conference. The presentations will motivate you, inspire you, and equip you for a new chapter in your life.
The Super Early Bird pricing ends May 31st and this is the last chance for the best savings for #NNBA 2021 Annual Conference on Nurse Entrepreneurship and Career Alternatives! This is the conference that has helped thousands of nurses start and grow their own business on a part-time or full-time basis. We released our June 1st newsletter a little early, so you could receive the last reminder for best savings. If you are an NNBA member, make sure you are logged in to receive your $100.00 savings on the conference. See the Conference Agenda and register here.
Highlights: Keynote Kick Off, 14 breakout sessions and 5 in-depth pre-conference workshops are designed to give how-to information and actionable take-a-ways in a hybrid format of ‘live’ and ‘recorded’ sessions. Discover emerging trends and innovative business opportunities for nurse entrepreneurs.
Contact Hours: Nurse Builders, our education service provider, is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development. The 2-day conference offers 15 contact hours. The 5 Pre-conferences each offer 3 contact hours.
Access: Nurses will receive access to the content for over four weeks!