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Recent News

The End of the Shortage? Emerging Trends in California’s RN Labor Market

The YouTube video of the webinar can now be accessed here: http://rnworkforce.ucsf.edu/publications/webinar-end-shortage-emerging-trends-californias-rn-labor-market Read More

Nurse Role Exploration Project

Nurse Role Exploration Project: The Affordable Care Act and New Nursing Roles. For more information:  NurseRoles 100920131Read More

2013 – 2014 California New Graduate Hiring Survey

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10,000 Nurses on Governing Boards by 2020

National Coalition Launches Effort to Place 10,000 Nurses on Governing Boards by 2020 Read more!  National Leaders coalition statementRead More

RN Transition Program Publications List

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RN Transition to Practice Program

Statewide and national interest continues to grow related to RN residencies.  The April 2014 issue of Nurse Educator features an article on competence gaps among new nurse graduates and how RN Transition Programs and reside… Read More

California Nursing Workforce Update — A quarterly newsletter

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Featured Documents

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The YouTube video of the webinar can now be accessed here: http://rnworkforce.ucsf.edu/publications/webinar-end-shortage-emerging-trends-californias-rn-labor-market
Read More
Nurse Role Exploration Project: The Affordable Care Act and New Nursing Roles. For more information:  NurseRoles 100920131
Read More
For more information:  New Grad Survey Report
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National Coalition Launches Effort to Place 10,000 Nurses on Governing Boards by 2020 Read more!  National Leaders coalition statement
Read More
Statewide and national interest continues to grow related to RN residencies.  The April 2014 issue of Nurse Educator features an article on competence gaps among new nurse graduates and how RN Transition Programs and reside…
Read More
Read more!  California Nursing Workforce February 2015
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