NSSRN

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NSSRNNational Sample Survey of Registered Nurses (US Department of Health and Human Services)
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Comparison of NCLEX Test Takers to FTE RNs Identified in the 2008 NSSRN Graduation NCLEX Domestic Total RNs in Nursing # FTE/# Year First-Time the 2008 NSSRN FTE of NCLEX Test Takers who Graduated those Test in the Given RNs Takers Year 2001 66,399 70,594 59,663 84.5% 2002 68,203 65,294 55,685 85.3% 2003 74,047 73,668 63,544 86.3% 2004 83,903 86,460 75,761 87.6% 2005 95,540 99,288 88,017 88.6% 2006 106,738 109,152 100,197 91.8% 2007 115,675 115,195 106,241 92.2% FTE = full-time equivalent, NSSRN = National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses, RNs = registered nurses Table 7.
Therefore, the sample drawn from the 2008 NSSRN for this study included all hospital RNs who worked in the United States in an MSA with a population of 1 million or greater and worked in a central county of that MSA to sufficiently capture the primary geographic environment of active minority hospital RNs.
N = 2109; RR = 76% (n=1596) Spetz, Rickles, Chapman, 2008 2 cohorts of graduates (RN(3) & & Ong LVN (4)) from community colleges In California 1992-1993; and 2000-2001 1992-3: N = 2007; RR = 79% 2000-1: N = 4020; RR = 79% Black, Spetz, & 2008 USA national data base (NSSRN) Harrington (HRSA, 2006).
Equations (1) and (2) are estimated employing the NSSRN data for years 1992, 1996, 2000, and 2004 for full-time NPs between the ages of 25 and 60.
The probability sample design and weighting procedure allows for the computation of unbiased estimates of the RN population (NSSRN 2000a).
In 2008, the RN employment rate was higher in California (88.1%) than the national average (84.8%), according to 2008 NSSRN data.
We analyzed data from NSSRN, which were administered to actively licensed, nationally representative samples of RNs in 2004 (N = 35,724) and 2008 (N = 33,549) (Department of Health and Human Services 2006, 2010).
We included observations with imputed data; data imputation was performed only for the 2008 NSSRN using regression modeling to generate likely responses for missing values (Health Resources and Services Administration 2010).
The 2008 NSSRN was analyzed to test the hypotheses; data were also extracted from the NSSRNs conducted in 1992,1996, 2000, and 2004 (unweighted/ weighted JV=29,800-35,600/2.2-3.1 million per year) (USDHHS, 1992-2008).
Yet, in both cases, findings from the ACS have been validated against data from the NSSRN and workforce and educational estimates are very similar.
The NSSRN, a national probability sample of 35,724 RNs drawn from 50 states and the District of Columbia in 2004 (USDHHS 2006), has the greatest detail on foreign-educated nurses residing in the United States.