Older adults are the core business of health care today, and nurses—central to the health care of all older adults—are responding to the challenge.
Launched in 1995, the Hartford Geriatric Nursing Initiative (HGNI) is confronting the issues associated with an aging patient population through an array of programs. With a $60 million investment from The John A. Hartford Foundation, the HGNI is preparing professional nurses to play leadership roles in improving the health of older adults.
In partnership with the nation’s nursing schools and a variety of health care organizations and systems, this dynamic, national initiative works in five areas, including:
Learn more at www.HGNI.org.