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Nursing Resource Center

About NRC

The Nursing Resource Center features the Centralized Clinical Placement System (CCPS) and Centralized Faculty Resource Center (CFRC). CCPS is used to schedule clinical placements and find new availabilities in your area. CFRC is a hub where nursing faculty and nurses interested in becoming faculty can post free profiles and find professional development resources. Learn more about these services here >
 
Current Regions
The first NRC was piloted in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2004 and has since expanded nationwide. Click on a region below to visit its Nursing Resource Center:
 
 
 

Corpus Christi, Texas

 
 
 
  NRC Program Overview  
 
 
Watch an overview of the Nursing Resource Center program by downloading the Powerpoint presentation below.
 

 
 
 
  Our Partners  
 
 
Nursing Resource Centers are developed, hosted, and fully supported by the Foundation for California Community Colleges, the official nonprofit supporting the California Community Colleges, which educate the majority (70%) of California’s new registered nurses each year. The Centralized Clinical Placement System and Centralized Faculty Resource Center were designed by the Foundation in partnership with the California Institute for Nursing & Health Care (CINHC), funded through a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
 
 
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation: creating positive outcomes for future generations
The Moore Foundation's Betty Irene Moore Nursing Initiative aims to improve the quality of nursing-related patient outcomes in acute care hospitals in five Bay Area counties: Alameda, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara. 
 
 
California Institute for Nursing & Health Care
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A statewide nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, CINHC is developing solutions to California’s nurse shortage by partnering with nursing associations, educational institutions, hospital and health systems, foundations, policy leaders, health care companies, consumers, and individual nurses.

 
 
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