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Long Term Care Services Nursing Demand Projections 2015 – 2030

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This is one in a series of HRSA reports on the health care workforce, in this case intended to provide information on the future demand for RNs and LPNs in LTSS. These occupations are faced with the challenges of a rapidly aging U.S. population, with longer life expectancy and rising burden of disease. Looking to

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Nursing Workforce Summit

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A Nursing Workforce Summit was held On September 15, 2017 at the Hendrickson Conference Center at the Technology Park in South Charleston, WV.  The Summit brought together key nursing leaders to address current and anticipated challenges in meeting the need for bedside nurses and nursing faculty in West Virginia. Sessions included a review of the

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Nursing Workforce Summit Data Snapshots, September, 2017

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On September 15, 2017, West Virginia nurse leaders, educators, employers and clinical practice nurses gathered at the Hendrickson Conference Center in South Charleston to address current and anticipated challenges impacting the West Virginia nursing workforce.  Dr. Joanne Spetz, Director of the University of California San Francisco Health Workforce Research Center was the keynote speaker.  Dr Spetz

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West Virginia Center for Nursing Awards $469,250 in Nursing Scholarships for 2018-2019

West Virginia Center for Nursing Awards $469,250 in Nursing Scholarships for 2018-2019

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West Virginia Center for Nursing Awards $469,250 in Nursing Scholarships for 2018-2019 CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Center for Nursing announced that 287 West Virginia nursing students will receive funds totaling $469,250 as part of the Nursing Scholarship Program. The program, which is administered by the West Virginia Center for Nursing in conjunction with

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Nursing Workforce 2017 Data Summary

Nursing Workforce 2017 Data Summary

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The Community and Technical College System of West Virginia (CTCS), the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (HEPC) and the West Virginia Center for Nursing hosted a roundtable discussion regarding critical nursing shortages in West Virginia.   CTCS Chancellor Sarah Tucker, HEPC Chancellor Paul Hill, Administrator of the West Virginia Center for Nursing, Drema Pierson as well as, nurse

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West Virginia 2016 Nurse Faculty Survey released

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In 2016, the West Virginia Center for Nursing undertook a survey of nursing programs leading to the associate or bachelors degree preparing students for licensure as a registered nurse. The WV Center for Nursing presents these data for education planning, workforce planning, and potential legislative solutions to the continuing nursing and faculty shortage. Click here

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The West Virginia Center for Nursing Releases 2015 Employment and Wage data for West Virginia Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Advanced Practice Nurses

The West Virginia Center for Nursing Releases 2015 Employment and Wage data for West Virginia Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Advanced Practice Nurses

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The West Virginia Center for Nursing Releases 2015 Employment and Wage data for West Virginia Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Advanced Practice Nurses  The West Virginia Center for Nursing has released 2015 Employment and Wage data for registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and advanced practice nurses for West Virginia and surrounding states, and for

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West Virginia Center for Nursing Awards $225,000 in Scholarships

West Virginia Center for Nursing Awards $225,000 in Scholarships

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  The West Virginia Center for Nursing awards $225,000 in scholarships-News  Release  The West Virginia Center for Nursing announces that 76 students will receive funds totaling $225,000 as part of the Nursing Scholarship Program for the 2016-17 academic year.   The program, which is administered by the West Virginia Center for Nursing in conjunction with the

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