Oregon’s licensed practical nurse (LPN) workforce has experience growth in recent years, according to a new report released by the Oregon Center for Nursing, Oregon’s Licensed Practical Nurse Workforce. “LPNs are an important part of the nursing profession,” said Jana R. Bitton, OCN’s Executive Director.
The Oregon Center for Nursing (OCN) recently released its two latest studies on the state’s nursing workforce, “Where Are They Now? A Retrospective Analysis,” to describe how the registered nurse and nurse practitioner workforces churn and change over a period of time. “While on the
Chicago – Approximately 260,000 nurses in the U.S. will receive a survey from National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN®) and The National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers in the month of July. All nurses who receive the survey are strongly encouraged to
Survey to help better understand recruitment, retention and retirement issues for nurse faculty in Oregon OCN has launched a new survey of nurse faculty to get a better sense of how nurse faculty has changed since the 2009 report “Oregon’s Nurse Faculty Workforce.” This report highlighted