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Status of Nurses in New Mexico

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Title: Status of Nurses in New Mexico
Author: Ruiz, Daren
Subject(s): Nurses
New Mexico
Nursing supply
Labor force
Wages
Nursing education
Age distribution
Abstract: The New Mexico Center for Nursing Excellence commissioned BBER to conduct two studies on NM’s nursing resources. This first study analyzed the current and projected nursing workforce. The study is in three parts: an examination of the mature RN workforce in 2001; trends associated with new entrants into the RN workforce since 1995; and an analysis of the economic and institutional factors that may constrain increasing the RN supply. The study concludes that NM is experiencing a more severe nursing shortage than most other U.S. states. Illustrated with tables and charts. Bibliography.
Date: 2007-12
Publisher: University of New Mexico, Bureau of Business and Economic Research
Description: See also the BBER report, "Recent Population Dynamics of New Mexico Nurses" in this collection.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/11056

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