This study projected trends in the supply and demand of licensed practical nurses (LPNs) in Washington State from 2007 through 2025. The project used available data on LPNs in the state to estimate the influence of different factors on LPN supply and demand across nearly two decades. Funded by the Washington Center for Nursing through Department of Health grant #N14191.
Lead Researcher: Susan M. Skillman, MS
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|Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Patterson DG, Tieman L, Doescher MP||The licensed practical nurse workforce in the United States: one state's experience||PUBLICATION||06-01-2010||Article|
|Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Patterson DG, Thomas A, Tieman L||Washington State licensed practical nurse supply and demand projections: 2007-2026||PUBLICATION||08-27-2009|
Full report Policy brief.
|Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Patterson DG, Thomas A, Tieman L||Washington State licensed practical nurse supply and demand projections: 2007-2026||PRESENTATION||06-27-2010|
|Doescher MP, Skillman SM||Recent workforce studies by the UW CHWS: physicians, licensed practical nurses, and the oral health workforce in Washington and studies of the Wyoming health care workforce||PRESENTATION||12-01-2009|