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Copy of Registered Nurse

Registered nurses (RNs) provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members.
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Mitchie Ulcena

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NURSING FACULTY
SHORTAGE

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•Record patients' medical histories and symptoms
•Give patients medicines and treatments
•Set up plans for patients’ care or contribute to existing plans
•Observe patients and record the observations
•Consult with doctors and other healthcare professionals
•Operate and monitor medical equipment
•Help perform diagnostic tests and analyze results
•Teach patients and their families how to manage their illnesses or injuries
•Explain what to do at home after treatment

RN Duties
THANK YOU, HOPE YOU ENJOYED
THANK YOU
HOPE YOU ENJOYED
registered nurses salary pay
Wage Estimates
Percentile wage estimates for this occupation
90%
10%
25%
50%
75%
Hourly
Annual
$21.14
$25.25
$30.65
$37.49
$45.05
$43,970.
$52,520
$63,750.
$77,970
$93,700.
By Maia Lesesene, Diane Mitchell-Porter, Mitchie Ulcena
Bibliography






Nursing Faculty Vacancy Rates by Region in Schools
Compassion
Emotional Stability
Patience
Critical Thinking Skills
Speaking Skills
Organization Skills
Demographics
Fundamentals of Nursing I* 3.5
Fundamentals of Nursing II* 4
Pharmacology/Drug Administration 2.5
Adult Health Nursing I* 8
Adult Health Nursing II* 6
Maternal/Infant Nursing* 4
Pediatric Nursing* 4
Psychiatric Nursing* 4
Adult Health Nursing III* 3
Nursing Management and Leadership 3
Introduction to Microbiology 4
Anatomy and Physiology I 4
Anatomy and Physiology II 4
Human Nutrition 3
Human Growth and Development 3
English Composition 3
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving 3
College Math 3
Psychology 3
Sociology 3
Total Required Semester Credits 75

Course Semester Credits
Fundamentals of Nursing I* 3.5
Fundamentals of Nursing II* 4
Pharmacology/Drug Administration 2.5
Adult Health Nursing I* 8
Adult Health Nursing II* 6
Maternal/Infant Nursing* 4
Pediatric Nursing* 4
Psychiatric Nursing* 4
Adult Health Nursing III* 3
Nursing Management and Leadership 3
Introduction to Microbiology 4
Anatomy and Physiology I 4
Anatomy and Physiology II 4
Human Nutrition 3
Human Growth and Development 3
English Composition 3
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving 3
College Math 3
Psychology 3
Sociology 3
Total Required Semester Credits 75

Course Semester Credits
If you could recommend the following courses to be offered before entering nursing school, which would be of most importance?
Reading Comprehension
Study Skills
Time Management
Math Skills
Nurse Mentoring
Verbal Skills
Professional Writing
Computer Skills

What barriers prevent your school from filling nursing faculty/educator positions

Salaries not competitive
No funds available to pay faculty
Lack of qualified applicants
Positions frozen
Location of nursing school

What professional image barriers do you think nursing faculty face?
Poor professional image of nuring
Profession not attractive to bright young people
Respect for nurses
Lack of student knowledge about the profession and its requirements
Other career opportunities not that difficult

American Association of Colleges of Nursing AACN, (2013). Nursing shortage resources: Impact of the nursing shortage .Retrieved from: www.aacn.nche.edu/media-relations/nursing-shortage.
American Organization of Nurse Executives. (2011). Acute Care Hospital Survey of RN Vacancy and Turnover Rates. Retrieved from: http://www.wha.org/workforce.aspx
Bailey, E. (2013). The Definition of SWOT Analysis. Retrieved from, http://www.ehow.com/about_6582390_definition-swot-analysis.html
Bureau of Labor Statistics (February 10, 2012).Economic news release.Table 6: the 30 occupations with the largest projected employment growth, 2010-20. Retrieved from: www.bls.gov./news.release/ecopro.t06.htm
Collins, V. and Keller, S. (2004). Nursing education barriers identification survey. Retrieved from, http://www.monw.org/publications/2004%20Nursing%20Education%20Barriers%20Identification%20Survey.pdf
Guillemets, T. .(2013). .The quote garden: quotations about nurses. Retrieved from, http://www.quotegarden.com/nurses.html
References

What first attracted you to become a nurse?

Desire to help 55%
Availibility of jobs 16%
Opporunities to advance 12%
Nursing salary 11%
Wanted a challenging career 7%
Nursing shortage 4%
Loss of previous jobs 1%
SWOT ANALYSIS
Nurses are the heart of healthcare.
~Donna Wilk Cardillo
Nursing is an art: and if it is to be
made an art, it requires an
exclusive devotion as hard a
preperation, as any painter's or
sculptor's work; for what is the
having to do with dead canvas or
dead marble, compared with having
to do with the living body, the
temple of God's spirit? It is one of
the Fine Arts. I had almost said, the
finest of Fine Arts.

~Florence Nightingale
n=107
91 (85%)female faculty
16 (15%) male faculty
88 (82%) faculty reported Caucasian ethnicity
17 (16%) faculty reported African American ethnicity
2% (2%) faculty reported other ethnic origins including Asian, Hispanic, and American Indian
77% (n=82) faculty reported being in the 40-59 age range
Quality of Students
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