RN-to-BSN Programs: Challenges for Rural Nurse Education
Results of a survey of 237 schools with active RN-to-BSN programs, to ascertain the current status of rural-focused nursing education. Features statistics on proportion of RN-to-BSN students drawn from rural areas, student recruitment methods, barriers to recruiting students, availability of online courses, and challenges in online courses.
Selina H. McKinney, Janice C. Probst, Eboni Haynes
Rural and Minority Health Research Center (formerly the South Carolina Rural Health Research Center)
Health workforce education and training · Nurses · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data