Welcome to RN Workforce: California's RN Labor Market
Now available: New Survey of Nurse Employers Report, 2016 and Dashboard
Post date: July 19, 2017
We are happy to announce that we now have available the new 2016 Survey of Nurse Employers report and the accompanying interactive demand dashboard.
The report expands upon the findings presented by Dr. Joanne Spetz in the 2017 Webinar: Is a Nursing Shortage on the Way in California? This study was conducted in collaboration with the Hospital Association of Southern California (HASC) and HealthImpact. The interactive dashboard allows users the opportunity to compare demand across regions of California, for all RNs, experienced RNs, and newly graduated... Read more
Forecasting Materials for RN Workforce
Post date: June 6, 2017
Now available! Forecasts of the share of nurses that will have a BSN or higher degree, and tools to test scenarios to accelerate progress.
The BSN Forecasting Tool was created for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the American Organization of Nurse Executives. It is a simple Excel-based model that estimates the future supply of baccalaureate and non-baccalaureate nurses based on current data on the supply of nurses and nurse graduations. Users can download the Excel files, which have current data embedded and places to enter alternative data, for both national and state forecasts.
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New Webinar: Is Nursing Shortage on the Way in California?
Post date: April 27, 2017
We had a very successful and engaging webinar on April 20, 2017: Is a Nursing Shortage on the Way in California?
Here are the links to the recorded webinar, the PowerPoint slides, as well as the questions and answers that we received during and after the presentation:
Survey Invitation: Survey of Nurse Employers in CA, 2016
Post date: November 3, 2016
2015 Simulation in Nursing Education Survey
Post date: June 28, 2016
Latest report of recently-graduated California registered nurses (RNs) on their experiences with simulation-based education, and how such education has or has not prepared them for nursing practice.