Chamberlain University's College of nursing in Downers Grove has formed a partnership with ATI Nursing Education to provide resources and support to empower students to succeed in school, pass the NCLEX and provide effective patient care as a professional nurse.
Through the partnership, Chamberlain will integrate ATI products exclusively into its curriculum. In exchange, Chamberlain faculty, students and administrators will have full access to ATI's products and resources and a customized service plan with a dedicated ATI support team.
ATI, a vendor of nursing education tools and resources, has partnerships with more than 80 percent of nursing programs across the United States. Of those, Chamberlain is one of only 161 institutions to have a complete partnership with ATI. With a history of an 11 percent improvement in NCLEX pass rates over a two-year period after ATI Complete Partnership implementation, this model has proved effective for nursing institutions across the country.
"We are excited to use ATI's capabilities to place emphasis on transformational teaching and learning," said Carla Sanderson, Ph.D., RN, provost of Chamberlain University. "Beginning with nursing fundamentals through the capstone course, students will have access to comprehensive support tools and customized plans for mastering course content throughout our Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program."