Nursing at Stanford
Message from the Chief Nursing Officer
As our Stanford network of care expands, we continue to lead at the national and global forefront of this new era in healthcare, developing transformational professional opportunities for nurses. Whether in the inpatient or ambulatory setting, our innovative nurses are driving excellent patient care outcomes and are positively impacting the lives of our patients and our community. There is no better place to serve than as a nurse at SHC, an environment where compassion embraces science to heal humanity, one patient at a time.
Dale Beatty, DNP, RN, NEA-BC
What's New at Stanford Nursing
SHC Received its 4th Consecutive Magnet Designation
Despite the extraordinary times, SHC has successfully received its 4th consecutive Magnet Designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)!
As a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association (ANA), the ANCC is the world’s largest and most prestigious nurse credentialing organization, working to elevate the profession of nursing.
Congratulations to each and every nurse and interprofessional across the organization on this outstanding achievement.
Showcasing the latest in SHC professional excellence
The SHC Professional Practice Model (PPM) illustrates how nurses support the organization's mission, vision, and national professional standards of nursing practice. Symbolizing our patient-centered beliefs and values, the PPM exemplifies nurse autonomy over clinical practice and the practice environment, depicting effective communication between interprofessionals to result in high-quality patient care.
The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet Model provides a framework for clinical, operational, and leadership practice, serving as a roadmap for Stanford Nursing's ongoing pursuit toward nursing excellence.
Learn more about SHC's exciting Magnet Journey toward a 4th redesignation in 2020!
Public Notice of Scheduled Site Visit by ANCC Magnet Recognition Program Appraisers »
Watson Caring Science
Beginning in 2007, SHC embraced Jean Watson's transformative Watson Caring Science theory of human caring and love. This intertwining of Watson Caring Science with nursing practice translates into increased intentionality and a deepening of authentic presence; thereby renewing nurse relationships through universal, ethical, and person-centered care.
Healthcare Con 2023-Register Today!
Registration is OPEN! Click here to register. Space is limited, so save your seat and join us for this in-person event and learn about the latest in Healthcare! View program agenda.
Healthcare Con is an interprofessional conference developed to showcase the latest in research, innovation, quality and evidence-based healthcare improvement projects.
*Continuing education credits and contact hours are available for attendees - final credits and program to be released in March 2023.
Why Stanford Nursing?
Stanford Nurses are recognized as bold leaders, compassionate healers, educators, and mentors, providing the highest standards of excellence in care while generating long-term impressions that continue to set SHC apart as the best place to work and thrive. Stanford Nursing offers a wide array of career advancement opportunities, access to the latest technologies and health care innovations, and boasts a workplace culture that encourages personal growth and work-life balance, while honoring its commitment to delivering evidence-based and patient-centered care.
Join our team of dedicated professionals and transform your nursing practice!
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