The AMN Healthcare 2021 Survey of Registered Nurses illustrates the pandemic’s impact on the mental health and wellbeing of nurses, highlights trends of nurses seeking advanced education and training, and provides unique viewpoints on diversity, equality, and inclusion in the nursing environment.
Millions of registered nurses face growing pressures on their professional and personal lives in the new decade due to increased demand for services, nursing shortages, and structural changes in the industry, according to a newly released survey of nearly 20,000 RNs by AMN Healthcare.
The 2017 Survey of Registered Nurses: Viewpoints on Leadership, Nursing Shortages and their Profession provides the views of 3,347 registered nurses on topics including leadership, retirement, and the changes in the profession.
The AMN 2019 Survey of Registered Nurses reveals growing pressures on the millions of nurses who provide hands-on care and other services to Americans every day.
The 2015 Survey of Registered Nurses: Viewpoints on Retirement, Education and Emerging Roles provides the views of nearly 9,000 registered nurses on topics including retirement, education and changes in the nursing profession.
The dramatic transformation created by healthcare reform and other pressures, coupled with economic recovery and demand for a variety of clinicians, has created a dynamic scenario for nursing employment where attitudes and career outlooks of younger, mid-career and older nurses appear to be headed in different directions.
A survey examining the characteristics, roles and work experiences of international nurses practicing in the United States.
This survey, Worsening Shortages and Growing Consequences: CNO Survey on Nurse Supply and Demand, measures the views of Chief Nursing Officers (CNOs) and other nurse leaders on the magnitude and impact of the shortages.