In Indiana, nurses have incorporated the groups Nursing 2000, Nursing 2000 North, and the Indiana Nursing Workforce Development Coalition into a new nonprofit organization, the Indiana Center for Nursing.
What does INWD stand for?
INWD stands for Indiana Nursing Workforce Development
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The Indiana Center for Nursing, a nonprofit 501(c) (3), was recently formed and incorporates Nursing 2000, Nursing 2000 North, and the Indiana Nursing Workforce Development Coalition under one organization to join the best practices and functions of all three organizations.
At the same time, the Indiana Nursing Workforce Development Center estimates that in 2010, more than 1,600 qualified applicants to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree programs in the state were turned away due to lack of space at existing nursing schools4.
Vice-President Barb Kelly and Director Jennifer Embree reported on the Indiana Nursing Workforce Development Coalition workshop on November 7, 2008.
Absent: Barbara Kelly, Vice-President; Michael Fights The Board agreed to support funding in an amount up to $2,500 for a consultant to work with the Indiana Nursing Workforce Development Coalition on the matter of low nursing school faculty salaries in Indiana.
A report on the Indiana Nursing Workforce Development Coalition meeting on February 2, 2007, was given by Barbara Kelly.