Gannett Education offers unique educational initiative opportunities designed to help reach nurses through topics and issues focused on improving their professional practice. Made possible by utilizing the unique resources of Gannett Healthcare Group’s educational and media divisions, these initiatives provide corporate partners with high-profile opportunities to associate their brand and messages to an enormous audience of registered nurses.
In an ever-changing healthcare environment, registered nurses play a critical role in the quality of patient diagnosis, care, teaching, and support. Nurses are consistently ranked among the top three trusted professions, making their influence on the patients they serve all the more impactful.
Gannett Healthcare Group (GHG) educates, communicates, and interacts with more nurses, more often, and in more ways than any other healthcare publisher. Its flagship publications, Nurse.com Nursing Spectrum and Nurse.com NurseWeek, as well as its website, Nurse.com, provide the foundation for these unique opportunities.
What is an “Educational Initiative”?
A Gannett Education educational initiative is a collaborative effort designed to promote specific educational opportunities to as many nurses as possible. Marketed and promoted via GHG’s magazines, websites, email blasts, events, corporate education partners, and social networking sites, an educational initiative presents nurses with blended learning opportunities focused on a particularly important topic(s). Offered via printed modules, online self-study courses, live webinar events, and recorded presentations, every educational opportunity provides nurses with valuable accredited continuing education contact hours applicable to their relicensure.
While the concept of orchestrating extensive educational initiatives is a relatively new one for GHG, the success of such programs is well documented. Specifically, during the past year, GHG’s most recent initiatives have experienced tremendous success.