DNP Programs Wyoming

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The critical shortage of physicians in Wyoming has a crippling impact on access to medical care. The medical community has been pushing for more primary care physicians for several years now, as projections reveal a shortage of 130,000 doctors by 2025 – according to the Association of Medical Colleges. Greater access to health insurance and the growing baby boomer population that qualifies for Medicaid drive demand for services. Although the extent of the shortage is … Read the rest

MSN Programs Wyoming

The demand for nurses in Wyoming, and around the country, far outweighs the supply. The gap between demand and supply is expected to widen due to the shortage of nurse educators and resources at nursing schools. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects massive job growth for nurses, including advanced practice registered nurses, who can help fill the need for primary care in rural Wyoming. Although the Wyoming State Board of Nursing recognizes four categories of APRNs, there is no … Read the rest

BSN Programs Wyoming

The continuous rise in the number of registered nurses educated at the bachelor’s degree is a direct response from an Institute of Medicine’s recommendation to increase the percentage of nurses holding the BSN to 80 percent by the year 2020. Although close to 51 percent of employers in Wyoming prefer to hire BSN nurses, the state faces significant challenges in achieving the IOM’s goal to boost the education of the nursing workforce. According to projections from the Wyoming Center for … Read the rest

RN to BSN Programs Wyoming

As a registered nurse, your biggest goal might have been to graduate and earn the right to practice, to deliver quality care and improve the lives of patients. Finishing up the associate’s degree in nursing is a great accomplishment. Passing the licensure exam and snagging a job within months of completing your degree is a testament to your ability to complete the course. But now that you’re employed, you’ll realize how important continuing education is to success in nursing. Nurses … Read the rest

Wyoming RN Requirements and Training Programs

Nurses play a critical role in meeting the incessant demands of the evolving health care system. The aging baby boomer population, imminent retirement of more than 50 percent of the workforce, and greater access to health care contribute to the need for more health care professionals. With their training and skills, registered nurses can help to fill gaps in the wide-open areas of patient care. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, the supply of registered nurses is … Read the rest