Evaluating the outcomes of the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education's model to address the nursing shortage in Oregon

This project will evaluate the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education's transformation of nursing education in the State of Oregon to address the shortage of nursing faculty. The consortium's strategy is to increase the number of potential doctoral students by first boosting the number achieving baccalaureate degrees. The deliverables, all aimed at sharing best practices with the many states interested in a similar change, are: (1) a Web-ready monograph that summarizes the lessons learned so the changes can be replicated; (2) a data system for continued post-funding follow-up; (3) journal articles on process and outcomes; and (4) direct presentations to interested state planning groups.

Grant Details

Amount Awarded $701,781.00

Awarded on: 5/7/2008

Time frame: 5/15/2008 - 12/14/2011

Grant Number: 63638

Grantee

Oregon Health & Science University School of Nursing

SN6S
3455 S.W. US Veterans Hospital Road
Portland, OR, 97239-2941

503-494-7725
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Christine A. Tanner
Project Director

503-494-3742
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