nursing workforce

Oct
31

SOUTH CAROLINA PROJECTED TO EXPERIENCE NURSING SHORTAGE BY 2030

Nursing shortage is still a huge problem in the US, and it has come to effect in South Carolina. As stated in a recent report published by registerednursing.org, though South Carolina is predicted to increase its nursing workforce more than any other state, the growth can never suffice to keep up with the demand for […]

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Oct
19

MALE RNs EARN MORE THAN THEIR FEMALE PEERS

Even though male RNs are only 8 to 10% percent in the nursing workforce compared to the number of their female counterparts, they have an edge to brag about – their salaries. According to a Medscape report, male nurses make an average 7 percent more than their female peers ($6,000 per year). Medscape invited registered […]

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Jul
26

NURSING WORKFORCE REAUTHORIZATION ACT RECEIVES SUPPORT THROUGH 2022

Title VIII Nursing Workforce Reauthorization Act (HR 959)  would reauthorize the nursing workforce development programs through fiscal year 2022. Earlier this week, the U.S. House of Representatives pass the act to provide support for nursing workforce development programs since its last reauthorization was in 2010. “Speaking on behalf of the nation’s 52,000 certified registered nurse […]

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Jul
09

GVSU’s NEW HOLISTIC VIEW ON NURSING APPLICANTS

Nurses, in general, need the acquired attributes and experiences so as to perform proficiently in the workforce. This coming fall, Grand Valley State University’s Kirkhof College of Nursing will implement a new holistic admission process focusing on heightened student diversity, highlighting different backgrounds and life experiences, producing more inspirational learning experience. In a report, Kristin […]

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Jun
06

AACN AND AONE IN ALIGNING NURSING ACADEME AND PRACTICE TO CREATE NEW MODELS OF CARE AND NURSING WORKFORCE SUPPORT

Leaders with the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) and the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE), decided to join forces declaring the formation of a new national strategy to reinforce alignment between nursing practice and academia with a primary objective to develop ground-breaking solutions in meeting the demands of the present and future […]

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Apr
25

SLEEP DEPRIVATION NEGATIVELY AFFECTS THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF NURSES

As nurses want to achieve a 100% satisfaction rating on patient care, their state of health might not be the same in such condition. With the fast paced life in the nursing workforce, multiple shifts, tasks, and instructions. Some nurses acquire a working fatigue, depriving themselves to sleep in a matter of time. Affecting their […]

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Apr
24

A NEW TECHNOLOGY WILL SET THE NURSING INDUSTRY IN MOTION

The nursing workforce of today is aging, with 55% of the RN’s now nearing retirement age, new innovative ways are made to fill the industry’s nurse shortage. One of these is the latest technology called SnapNurse, a new highly marketed technology platform that enables nurses to make more money, create their own schedule and get […]

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