The Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE) uses a model that pools faculty, classroom, and clinical training site resources to allow working nurses to move more easily from an associate's degree to a baccalaureate degree.
What does OCNE stand for?
OCNE stands for Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education
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For example, the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education is facilitating student education by presenting concepts, instead of the traditional methods of presenting content using disease process as the basis of instruction.
The Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE), one of the most innovative nursing education redesign approaches in the country, was co-host of the conference and a featured model program.
In response to the nursing shortage, OHSU's School of Nursing served a pivotal role in establishing the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education.
Members of the Statewide Simulation Alliance include: Oregon Center for Nursing, Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education, Community College Healthcare Action Plan, Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems, Oregon Health & Science University and Oregon Health Careers Center.
The Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education effort is part of the state's response to what is expected to be a critical shortage of nurses in the coming decade as large numbers of them reach retirement age.