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Annual Report
Registered Nurse Survey 2007
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Projected RN Workforce in Hawaii 2005 - 2020
Nursing Education Programs 2005 - 2006
Nursing Education & Practice
Hawaii's Health in the
Balance: A Report on the State
of the Nursing Workforce

Hawaii State Center for Nursing

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Reports & Publications

Annual Report
A Report to Governor Lingle and the Hawaii State Legislature. The Hawai’i State Center for Nursing is pleased to submit this report summarizing our activities and accomplishments over the past year.
The Center was established by the Hawai’i State Legislature in 2003 by Act 198 (HB 422 HD2, SD2, CD1, SB2072)...
The Center became operational in April, 2005 in accordance with the budget plan and when revenue from the nursing licensing fees was sufficient to hire an Executive Director...


Survey of Nursing Education Programs 2005 - 2006
In 2005, the Hawai'i State Center of Nursing conducted a survey of nursing education programs in Hawai'i to collect information on the types of programs offered, enrollment capacity, the number of graduates, student and faculty demographics, and current issues affecting program capacity.


Nursing Education and Practice
The Nursing Education and Practice Collaborative of the Hawai'i State Center for Nursing is committed to a shared vision of education and practice in the State of Hawai'i to ensure a stable and competent nursing workforce. The collaborative is dedicated to generating innovative and sustainable solutions for assuring a stable and highly competent nursing workforce across the continuum of healthcare delivery.


Hawai'i's Health in the Balance: A Report on the State of the Nursing Workforce
This report was commissioned by the Hawai'i Nursing Shortage Taskforce to (1) provide an overview of the nursing workforce, (2) describe the scope and magnitude of the nursing shortage including factors that underlie a shortage, (3) identify the impact the shortage has on the state's ability to provide health care services, and (4) recommend actions that can be taken to lessen the effects of the shortage and help avert future shortages.


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