Future of Nursing 2030 Draft Action Plans:

Issue   Collecting Workforce Data

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  1. What Every Mentor Needs to Know


    Retention and graduation rates of racial and ethnic minority students continue to be a major concern for higher education researchers, policy makers, and practitioners. Because of low rates of completion and the accompanying negative consequences, educators must make efforts to increase persistence and degree completion among ethnic minority students. more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Collecting Workforce Data Increasing Diversity in Nursing

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    Perspectives on the Evidence: Workforce Planning


    How many nurses will be needed in a year? In two, or five? What exactly will their roles be, and where? Data are critical to answering these questions and others, and shaping the future of the nation’s health care. In this webinar, led by Erin Fraher, PhD, MPP, director of the Program on Health Workforce Research and Policy at Cecil G. Sheps Center for more

    Issues: Collecting Workforce Data Location: National

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    The Numbers Are There: Using Data to Pave the Way to Increased Diversity


    The changing face of America means that its nurses must be equally diverse. That’s one reason the Institute of Medicine’s Future of Nursing report set as a goal greater diversity in the nursing workforce. Good news: Data are available to guide Action Coalitions in creating a more diverse workforce. This webinar will help states find and more

    Issues: Collecting Workforce Data Increasing Diversity in Nursing Location: National

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    Using Data Driven Communication to Support Top of License Practice


    Workforce data are being collected and analyzed in healthcare organizations across the country. Yet, the dilemma continues to be how to use it to drive change and improvement. This webinar will feature the Center for Advancing Provider Practices (CAP2) and how the CAP2 data can increase patient access, decrease organization costs and increase APRN more

    Issues: Collecting Workforce Data Improving Access to Care Location: National

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    Using the American Community Survey to Describe the Registered Nurse Workforce


    The American Community Survey (ACS) is a national household survey administered by the U.S. Census Bureau, designed to collect social, demographic, and economic information describing the U.S. civilian population. As the National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses (NSSRN) is no longer conducted, the ACS is the best alternative available for analysis of more

    Issues: Collecting Workforce Data Increasing Diversity in Nursing Transforming Nursing Education Location: National

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    Your Action Coalition: Multiply Through Messaging


    Hosted on February 18, 2015: Jumpstart 2015 with a recruitment drive that’s powered by tried and tested messages in this webinar, “Your Action Coalition: Multiply Through Messaging.” Learn how to reach and engage diverse nursing audiences-(1) young nurses, (2) experienced nurses with ADNs, (3) African-American and/or Latino nurses, and (4) new Action more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Collecting Workforce Data Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration Improving Access to Care Increasing Diversity in Nursing Promoting Nursing Leadership Transforming Nursing Education Location: National

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