According to the latest projections from the Texas Center for Nursing Workforce Studies, demand for full-time registered nurses in Texas in 2008 exceeds supply by 22,000.
What does CNWS stand for?
CNWS stands for Center for Nursing Workforce Studies (Austin, TX)
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- Canadian National Water Polo League
- Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge (Virginia)
- Columbia National Wildlife Refuge
- Center for Nuclear Waste Regulatory Analyses
- Communication and Nuclear Weapons Research Group (University of Cincinnati Center for Environmental Communication Studies)
- Centre for North-West Regional Studies (University of Lancaster; UK)
- Center for Naval Warfare Studies
- Centre of Non-Western Studies (Netherlands)
- Concord Naval Weapons Station (Concord, CA)
- Center for Nursing Workforce Studies Advisory Committee (Austin, TX)
- Chicago and North Western Transportation Company
- Commercial Nuclear Waste Vitrification
- Commercial Nuclear Waste Vitrification Program
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According to the Texas Center for Nursing Workforce Studies, Texas will have 27,000 fewer nurses than needed in 2010 if current trends continue unchecked.
According to a November 2006 report from the Texas Department of State Health Services Center for Nursing Workforce Studies, entitled "The Supply and Demand for Registered Nurses and Nurse Graduates in Texas", by the year 2010, Texas is expected to suffer a shortfall of 27,000 registered nurses, increasing to 71,000 by 2020.