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Annual Report
Registered Nurse Survey '07
Nurse Staffing &
Patient Outcomes
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

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Nursing Education Programs 2005 - 2006
September 2007
(download pdf file)

Archive: 2004 - 2005

Abstract & Background | Types of Nursing Program Capacity, App, Enrollment

Licensed Practical Nurse | Registered Nurse | Graduate Nursing

Comparison of Students | Faculty | Issues & Discussion

Conclusion & References


Comparison of Students by School Year


As shown in Figure 1, the number of admission slots in public institutions increased in the ladder programs, BS programs, and the MSN programs.


Figure 1: Comparison in Number of Admission Slots in Public Institutions by School Year


Figure 2 shows the number of qualified applicants not being enrolled in programs are higher for the LPN, Ladder, and AS programs in the 2005-06 school year compared to the 2004-05 school year. Conversely, applicants not enrolled into the public institutions BS programs have reduced.


Figure 2: Number of Qualified Applicants not Enrolled in Public Institutions by School Year


As shown in Figure 3, nursing students newly enrolled have declined in the BS programs. However, numbers of newly enrolled students have increased slightly in the LPN and MSN programs.


Figure 3: Comparison in Number of Students Newly Enrolled in Nursing Programs by School Year


Figure 4 reveals the number of nursing students graduating in the BS programs has increased between school years 2004-05 and 2005-06. However, numbers of AS programs graduates have declined. Numbers of LPN graduates and MSN have also increased.


Figure 4: Comparison in Number of Graduating Students in Nursing Programs by School Year


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