PORTLAND, ORE. – According to a new report released today by the Oregon Center for Nursing (OCN), approximately one half of Oregon’s 720 nursing educators intend to retire within the next 10 years. The new report, “Oregon’s Nurse Faculty Workforce: 2014 Update,” shows this retirement
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PORTLAND, ORE. – The Oregon Center for Nursing (OCN) today released “Oregon’s Nurse Faculty Challenges,” a new infographic to raise awareness of the underlying issues related to recruitment and retention of nurse faculty. A 2014 survey conducted by OCN showed a majority
Interested to see what nursing-related bills Oregon legislators are considering this session? Take a look at this list: Visit the Oregon Legislation Information System (OLIS) to look up the status of any of these bills. Did we miss anything? Email us and we will add it.
Nursing Workforce Advancement Fund will help OCN serve Oregon’s nurses for many years to come A new piece of legislation is being considered which would add a $9 surcharge to all RN and LPN exam and renewal fees to establish the Nursing Workforce Advancement Fund.
The Oregon Center for Nursing recently added three new members to the organization’s Board of Directors. In keeping with the organization’s commitment to have a board representative of the diverse aspects of nursing in Oregon, the three new members bring a wonderfully varied set of