A new survey from the Florida Center for Nursing at the University of Central Florida shows Florida is expected to have 15,000 vacancies for registered nurses during 2012.
What does FCN stand for?
FCN stands for Florida Center for Nursing
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- Faith Community Nurse
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The Florida Center for Nursing estimates that the current state shortage of 11,000 RNs in the state could increase to 52,000 by 2020.
Florida Center for Nursing (September 2006)--"The Value of a Healthy Work Environment" is an in-depth look at five programs that address the work environment.
The Florida Center for Nursing estimates that the current state shortage of RNs could increase to 52,000 by 2020, with South Florida as the geographic area with the highest need.
executive director, The Florida Center for Nursing, and lead for the research, explained that a continuing, aggregate decline in the nursing workforce is expected due to a complex combination of factors including an aging population needing more and intensive health care services, an aging nursing workforce unable to sustain its numbers, and a nursing education system with too few educators to train the next generation of nurses.
According to the Florida Center for Nursing, by 2020, the state expects to have a shortage of 52,000 nurses.
WCFHCRA contributed $1,000 to the new Florida Center for Nursing, through the fundraiser "Empties for Cash.