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Nurses in Nevada. Debra Scott, MSN, RN, FRE. Executive Director Nevada State Board of Nursing. Gender Percentage. Ethnic Information. A = AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE B = ASIAN C = BLACK/AFRICAN AMERICAN D = HISPANC E = NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER F = OTHER - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Debra Scott, MSN, RN, FREExecutive DirectorNevada State Board of NursingNurses in Nevada

  • Gender Percentage

  • Ethnic InformationA = AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE

    B = ASIAN

    C = BLACK/AFRICAN AMERICAN

    D = HISPANC

    E = NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER

    F = OTHER

    G = WHITE/CAUCASIAN

  • Age Distribution

  • Educational AttainmentPractical Diploma Associates ADN BS/BA BSN Masters Masters Doctoral DNP PHD nsg non-nsg non-nsg other nsg other nsg

  • Current Employment StatusA = NURSING FULL TIMEB = NURSING PART TIMEC = NURSING PER DIEMD= OTHER THAN NURSING FULL TIMEE = OTHER THAN NURSING PART TIMEF = OTHER THAN NURSING PER DIEMG = NURSING ONLY AS A VOLUNTEERH = UNEMPLOYED SEEKING WORK AS A NURSEI = UNEMPLOYED NOT SEEKING WORK AS A NURSE

  • Reason for Unemployment

  • Number of Positions Currently Employed as a Nurse

  • Average Number of Hours Worked

  • Primary Employment SettingA = HOSPITALB = NURSING HOME/EXTENDED CARE/ASSISTED LIVING FACILITYC = HOME HEALTHD = CORRECTIONAL FACILITYE = ACADEMIC SETTINGF = PUBLIC HEALTHG = COMMUNITY HEALTH H = SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICE I = OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH J = AMBULATORY CARE SETTINGK = INSURANCE CLAIMS/BENEFITSL =POLICY/PLANNING/REGULATORYM = OTHER

  • Primary Position DescriptionA = CONSULTANT/NURSE RESEARCHERB = NURSE EXECUTIVEC = NURSE MANAGERD = NURSE FACULTYE = ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSEF = STAFF NURSEG = OTHER HEALTH RELATEDH = OTHER NOT HEALTH RELATEDI = DOES NOT APPLY NOT EMPLOYED

  • Primary Employment SpecialtyA = ACUTE CARE/CRITICAL CAREB = ADULT HEALTH/FAMILY HEALTHC = ANESTHESIAD = COMMUNITYE = GERIATRIC/GERONTOLOGYF = HOME HEALTHG = MATERNALCHILD HEALTHH = MEDICAL SURGICALI = OCCUPATIONAL HEALTHJ = ONCOLOGYK = PALLIL = PEDIATRICS/NEONATAL ATIVE CAREM = PUBLIC HEALTH N = PSYCHIATRIC/MENTAL HEALTH/SUBSTANCE ABUSEO = REHABILITATIONP = SCHOOL HEALTHQ = TRAUMAR = WOMENS HEALTHS = OTHERT = DOES NOT APPLY NOT EMPLOYED

  • Secondary Employment SettingA = HOSPITALB = NURSING HOME/EXTENDED CARE/ASSISTED LIVING FACILITYC = HOME HEALTHD = CORRECTIONAL FACILITYE = ACADEMIC SETTINGF = PUBLIC HEALTHG = COMMUNITY HEALTHH = SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICEI = OCCUPATIONAL HEALTHJ = AMBULATORY CARE SETTINGK = INSURANCE CLAIMS/BENEFITSL = POLICY/PLANNING/REGULATORYM = OTHERN = DOES NOT APPLY NO SECONDARY POSITION

  • Secondary Position DescriptionA = CONSULTANT/NURSE RESEARCHERE = ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSEB = NURSE EXECUTIVEF = STAFF NURSEC = NURSE MANAGERG = OTHER HEALTH RELATEDD = NURSE FACULTYH = OTHER NOT HEALTH RELATED

  • Secondary Employment SpecialtyA = ACUTE CARE/CRITICAL CAREB = ADULT HEALTH/FAMILY HEALTH C = ANESTHESIA D = COMMUNITY E = GERIATRICF = HOME HEALTH G = MATERNALCHILD HEALTH H = MEDICAL SURGICAL I = OCCUPATIONAL HEALTHJ = ONCOLOGYK = PALLIATIVE CAREL = PEDIATRICS/NEONATALM = PUBLIC HEALTHN = PSYCHIATRIC/MENTAL HEALTH/SUBSTANCE ABUSEO = REHABILITATIONP = SCHOOL HEALTHQ = TRAUMAR = WOMENS HEALTHS = OTHER

  • Country in Which Entry Level Nursing Education was Received

  • Years Licensed

  • Average Age by Primary Employment SettingA = HOSPITALB = NURSING HOME/EXTENDED CARE/ASSISTED LIVING FACILITYC = HOME HEALTHD = CORRECTIONAL FACILITYE = ACADEMIC SETTINGF = PUBLIC HEALTHG = COMMUNITY HEALTHH = SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICE NOT EMPLOYEDI = OCCUPATIONAL HEALTHJ = AMBULATORY CARE SETTINGK = INSURANCE CLAIMS/BENEFITSL = POLICY/PLANNING/REGULATORYM = OTHER

  • Average age by Primary Position DescriptionA = CONSULTANT/NURSE RESEARCHERB = NURSE EXECUTIVEC = NURSE MANAGERD = NURSEE = ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSEF = STAFF NURSEG = OTHER HEALTH RELATEDH = OTHER NOT HEALTH RELATED FACULTY I = DOES NOT APPLY NOT EMPLOYEDA B CD E F G H I POSITION

  • Average age by Primary Employment SpecialtyA = ACUTE CARE/CRITICAL CAREB = ADULT HEALTH/FAMILY HEALTHC = ANESTHESIAD = COMMUNITYE = GERIATRIC/GERONTOLOGYF = HOME HEALTHG = MATERNALCHILD HEALTHH = MEDICAL SURGICALI = OCCUPATIONAL HEALTHJ = ONCOLOGYK = PALLIATIVE CAREL = PEDIATRICS/NEONATALM = PUBLIC HEALTHN = PSYCHIATRIC/MENTAL HEALTHO = REHABILITATIONP = SCHOOL HEALTHQ = TRAUMAR = WOMENS HEALTHS = OTHERT = DOES NOT APPLY NOT EMPLOYED

  • Primary Employment Setting for Those Working 40+ Hours Per WeekA = HOSPITALB = NURSING HOME/EXTENDED CARE/ASSISTED LIVING FACILITYC = HOME HEALTHD = CORRECTIONAL FACILITYE = ACADEMIC SETTINGF = PUBLIC HEALTHG = COMMUNITY HEALTHH = SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICEI = OCCUPATIONAL HEALTHJ = AMBULATORY CARE SETTINGK = INSURANCE CLAIMS/BENEFITS L = POLICY/PLANNINGM = OTHER

  • Primary Employment Setting for Those Aged 55+A = HOSPITALB = NURSING HOME/EXTENDED CAREC = HOME HEALTHD = CORRECTIONAL FACILITYE = ACADEMIC SETTINGF = PUBLIC HEALTHG = COMMUNITY HEALTHH = SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICEI = OCCUPATIONAL HEALTHJ = AMBULATORY CARE SETTINGK = INSURANCE CLAIMS/BENEFITSL = POLICY/PLANNING/REGULATORYM = OTHER

  • CONTACT INFORMATIONDebra Scott, MSN, RN, FRE 5011 Meadowood Mall Way #300Reno, NV 895021-888-590-6726nevadanursingboard.org

    REFERENCES

    NCSBN CORE Executive Office. Workforce Data. Survey. September 2011 - September 2012.

    Staiger, Douglas, et al. Registered Nurse Labor Supply and the Recession-Are We in a Bubble? The New England Journal of Nursing 366;16. (2012): 1463-1464. Web. 3 October 2012.

    *GENDER PERCENTAGE 1211 Responses

    GenderFrequency PercentFemale 1074 88.69%Male 137 11.31%

    Frequency Missing = 15*ETHNIC INFORMATION 1006 Responses, Missing responses 220

    ETHNICITY Frequency PercentAMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE 7 0.70%ASIAN212 17.41%BLACK/AFRICAN AMERICAN 69 6.86%HISPANIC 57 5.67%NATIVE HAWAIIAN /OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER 15 1.49%OTHER 22 2.19%WHITE/CAUCASIAN 836 83.10%*AGE DISTRIBUTION 1222 Responses

    AGE Frequency Percent20 TO 29 81 6.63%30 TO 39 200 16.37%40 TO 49 270 22.09%50 TO 59 395 32.32%60 TO 69 249 20.38%70 TO 79 26 2.13%80 OR OVER 1 0.08%

    Frequency Missing = 4*EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 1215 Responses

    EDUCATION Frequency PercentVOCATIONAL/PRACTICAL CERTIFICATE 88 7.24%DIPLOMA NURSING 79 6.50%ASSOCIATE DEGREE - OTHER FIELD 18 1.48%ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING 323 26.58%BACCALAUREATE DEGREE OTHER FIELD 98 8.07%BACCALAUREATE DEGREE NURSING 407 33.50%MASTERS DEGREE OTHER FIELD 72 5.93%MASTERS DEGREE NURSING100 8.23%DOCTORAL DEGREE OTHER FIELD 18 1.48%DOCTORAL DEGREE NURISNG (DNP) 6 0.49%DOCTORAL DEGREE NURSING (PHD) 6 0.49%

    Frequency Missing = 11*FIGURE 5: CURRENT EMPLOYMENT STATUS 1211 Responses

    EMPLOYMENT STATUS Frequency PercentACTIVELY -IN NURSING FULL TIME 92876.63%ACTIVELY -IN NURSING PART TIME 988.09%ACTIVELY -IN NURSING PER DIEM 113 9.33%ACTIVELY -IN A FIELD OTHER THAN NURSING FT 18 1.49%ACTIVELY -IN A FIELD OTHER THAN NURSING PT 90.74%ACTIVELY -IN A FIELD OTHER THAN NSG PER DIEM30.25%WORKING IN URSING ONLY AS A VOLUNTEER 8 0.66%UNEMPLOYED SEEKING WORK AS A NURSE 28 2.31%UNEMPLOYED NOT SEEKING WORK AS A NURSE 6 0.50%Frequency Missing = 15*REASON FOR UNEMPLOYMENT 65 Responses

    REASON UNEMPLOYMENT Frequency PercentDifficulty in finding a nursing position 17 26.15%Inadequate Salary 1 1.54%Other 23 35.38%School 8 12.31%Taking care of home and family 16 24.62%

    Frequency Missing = 1161*NUMBER OF POSITIONS CURRENTLY EMPLOYED AS A NURSE 1169 Responses

    Number of Positions Frequency Percent1 959 82.04%2 179 15.31%3 or more 31 2.65%

    Frequency Missing = 57*AVERAGE NUMBER OF HOURS WORKED AS A NURSE IN A TYPICAL WEEK 1172 Responses

    HOURS Frequency Percent35 OR LESS 199 16.98%36 TO 42 702 59.90%43 OR MORE 271 23.12%

    Frequency Missing = 54*PRIMARY EMPLOYMENT SETTING 1181 Responses

    PRIMARY SETTING Frequency PercentHOSPITAL 652 55.21%NURSING HOME/EXTENDED CARE/ASST LIVING 86 7.28%HOME HEALTH 67 5.67%CORRECTIONAL FACILITY 16 1.35%ACADEMIC SETTING 25 2.12%PUBLIC HEALTH 18 1.52%COMMUNITY HEALTH 13 1.10%SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICE 31 2.62%OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 3 0.25%AMBULATORY CARE SETTING 102 8.64%INSURANCE CLAIMS/BENEFITS 25 2.12%POLICY/PLANNING/REGULATORY/LICENSING AGENCY 10 0.85%OTHER 133 11.26%

    Frequency Missing = 45*PRIMARY POSITION DESCRIPTION 1200 Responses

    PRI_POSITION Frequency PercentCONSULTANT/NURSE RESEARCHER 22 1.83%NURSE EXECUTIVE 33 2.75%NURSE MANAGER 127 10.58%NURSE FACULTY 32 2.67%ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSE 37 3.08%STAFF NURSE 762 63.50%OTHER HEALTH RELATED 158 13.17%OTHER NOT HEALTH RELATED 3 0.25%DOES NOT APPLY NOT EMPLOYED 26 2.17%

    Frequency Missing = 26*PRIMARY EMPLOYMENT SPECIALTY 1200 Responses

    PRIMARY SPECIALTY Frequency PercentACUTE CARE/CRITICAL CARE 274 22.83%ADULT HEALTH/FAMILY HEALTH 46 3.83%ANESTHESIA 8 0.67%COMMUNITY 12 1.00%GERIATRIC/GERONTOLOGY 57 4.75%HOME HEALTH 50 4.17%MATERNALCHILD HEALTH 55 4.58%MEDICAL SURGICAL 135 11.25%OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 8 0.67%ONCOLOGY 41 3.42%PALLIATIVE CARE 24 2.00%PEDIATRICS/NEONATAL 62 5.17%PUBLIC HEALTH 18 1.50%PSYCHIATRIC/MENTAL HEALTH/SUBSTANCE ABUSE 44 3.67%REHABILITATION 40 3.33%SCHOOL HEALTH 27 2.25%TRAUMA 14 1.17%WOMENS HEALTH 19 1.58%OTHER 247 20.58%DOES NOT APPLY NOT EMPLOYED 19 1.58%

    Frequency Missing = 26*SECONDARY EMPLOYMENT SETTING 971 Responses

    SECONDARY SETTING Frequency PercentHOSPITAL 163 16.79%NURSING HOME/EXTENDED CARE/ASST LIVING 49 5.05%HOME HEALTH 38 3.91%CORRECTIONAL FACILITY 6 0.62%ACADEMIC SETTING 23 2.37%PUBLIC HEALTH 6 0.62%COMMUNITY HEALTH 5 0.51%SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICE 3 0.31%OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 2 0.21%AMBULATORY CARE SETTING 36 3.71%INSURANCE CLAIMS/BENEFITS 5 0.51%POLICY/PLANNING/REGULATORY/LICENSING AGENCY 4 0.41%OTHER 56 5.77%DOES NOT APPLY NO SECONDARY

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