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  1. 
    • author "Alina"
    • tags "Ch. 1"
    • description "Table1-1"
    • fileName "N-3119"
    • Number of RN's
    • 1980
    • 1,660,000
  2. Number of RN's
    2000
    2,694,540
  3. Number of RN's
    2004
    2,909,467
  4. Percentage RN's working in nursing: (1980)(2000)(2004)
    77%, 81.7%, 83.2%
  5. RN's working full time in Nursing.(1980)(2000)(2004)
    52%, 59%, 58.3%
  6. Average RN's 40 years old or younger.
    (1980)(2000)(2004)
    52.9%, 31.7%, 26.6%
  7. Female RN's
    1980,2000, and 2004
    • 1,623,820 (97.3%)
    • 2,547,638 (94.6%)
    • 2,743,627 (94.3%)
  8. Male RN's
    1980,2000, and 2004
    • 45,060 (2.7%)
    • 146,902 (5.4%)
    • 165,840 (5.7%)
  9. Ethnicity
    1980,2000, 2004
    White-93%, 88%, 81.8%

    • Minority- (including Hispanic, black, non-hispanic, Asian/ Pacific Islander; American Indian/ Mixed race:
    • 7%,12%, 11.6%

    • Black- (non-Hispanic)
    • 4.6% (2004)

    Hispanic- 3.3% (2004)
  10. Initial Education Preparation:
    With Diploma
    (2004)
    733,377 (25.2%)
  11. Initial Education Preparation:
    With Associate Degree
    (2004)
    1,227,256 (42.2%)
  12. Initial Education Preparation:
    With Bachelor's Degree
    (2004)
    887,223 (30.5%)
  13. Initial Education Preparation:
    With Master/Doctoral degree
    2004
    15,511 (0.5%)
  14. Foreign educated
    3.5%
  15. Highest Level of Education Preparation: 1980,2000,2004

    Diploma
    60%,30%,17,5%
  16. Highest Level of Education Preparation: 1980,2000,2004

    AA
    19%, 40%, 33%
  17. Highest Level of Education Preparation: 1980,2000,2004

    BS
    17.3%,29.3%, 34.2%
  18. Highest Level of Education Preparation: 1980,2000,2004

    Master's or Doctoral
    5%, 10%, 13%
  19. Employment setting:
    1980,200,2004
    HOSPITAL
    66%, 59%, 56.2%
  20. Employment setting:
    1980,200,2004

    PUBLIC
    30.3%, 38.9%, 41.2%
  21. Nursing Education
    1980,2000,2004
    3.7%, 2.1%, 2.6%
  22. Currently, for certification in an area of advanced nursing practice (speciality) a Master's degree is required.
    .
  23. In 1996, the American Association of Colleges of nursing issued a position statement recognizing the Bachelor's of Science degree in Nursing as_______.
    The minimum education requirement for professional nursing practice.
  24. The BSN curriculum includes______.
    A broad spectrum of scientific, critical thinking, evidence-based practice, research, humanistic, communication, and leadership skills
  25. Bridges (2000) and Spencer & Adams (1990)
    Describe models of transition that consider the personal and professional changes, the internal struggles, and the external influences that occur when people experience change.
  26. Bridges: (three phases)
    • 1. Ending
    • A) Disengagement
    • B) Disidentification
    • C) Disenchantment
    • D) Disorientation
    • • Behaviors can be mixed and include inability to think clearly, resistance to change.
    • • Feelings can be mixed and include confusion, feeling overwhelmed, loss of sense of self, excitement or disappointment, emptiness, grief, anger, powerlessness, numbness.

    • 2. Neutral Zone
    • • Behaviors include the establishment of new skills and behaviors associated with the change.
    • • Feelings include optimism, self-confidenxe, and a sense of comfort with the change.

    • 3. New Beginning
    • • Behaviors include self-reflection; greater reinforcement of new roles, skills, and relationships; internalization of new role behaviors.
    • • Feelings include self-confidence, satisfaction.
  27. Spencer and Adams ( Models of Transition)
    • I. Loosing focus
    • II. Minimizing the impact.
    • III. The pit
    • IV. Letting go of the past

    • • Behaviors can be mixed and include inability to think clearly, resistance to change.
    • •Feelings can be mixed and include confusion, feeling overwhelmed, loss of sense of self, excitement of disappointment, emptiness, grief, anger, powerlessness, numbness.
    • ------------------------
    • V. Testing the limits

    • • Behaviors include the establishment of new skills and behaviors associated with the change.
    • • Feelings include optimism, self confidence, and a sense of comfort with the change.

    • VI. Searching for meaning
    • VII. Integration
    • • Behaviors include self-reflection; greater reinforcement of new roles, skills, and relationships; internalization of new role behaviors.
    • • feelings include self-confidence, satisfaction.

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