The Future Faces of Nursing: How We Can Take Care of the Next Generation

“Staff well-being and engagement programs should include nursing students and new graduates, particularly at certain junctions in their education.” – Joy Avery RN, MSN,
VP of Clinical Services for CipherHealth.

In this Managed Healthcare Executive article, Joy recommends three important stages to engage with nursing students to help them build relationships with leaders while providing a sense of care and belonging.


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Joy Avery, MSN, RN, VP Clinical Services, CipherHealth

Joy Avery, MSN, RN brings more than three decades of expertise in clinical practice, healthcare operations, capacity management, and operationalizing enterprise command centers in dozens of healthcare systems across the US and UK. Joy had the opportunity to deliver patient care in a wide range of roles at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, MS, including Chief Flight Nurse, Trauma Program Manager, and Director of Specialized Clinical Services responsible for transfer center, patient throughput, bariatric services, and nursing leadership programs. Joy is passionate about improving patient outcomes and access across the care continuum.

CipherHealth empowers providers across the care continuum to deliver enhanced patient experiences and communications through a modular, comprehensive patient engagement technology platform.