Iowa Center for Nursing Workforce
Nursing workforce centers across the country exist to address nursing workforce challenges in the areas of supply, demand and education, to ensure an adequate supply of qualified nurses to achieve population health in the United States. Iowa is a member/subscriber of the National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers.
Mission Statement: The Iowa Center for Nursing Workforce exists to support a dynamic, well-prepared and diverse nurse workforce to meet the health and wellness needs of Iowans.
Iowa's nursing workforce center is staffed by an Iowa Board of Nursing (IBON) employee. Employment and education data is collected by the IBON through the licensure process for licensed practical nurses, registered nurses and advanced registered nurse practitioners. Statistical information is then reported in the Trends Report, and as needed and requested, by interested stakeholders.
Contact the Center: Laura Hudson, MSN, RN - Associate Director - Workforce
- By email: email@example.com
- By phone: 515.201.2509
Learn more about Health Workforce resources and data - Health Workforce Information & Links
The Iowa Center for Nursing Workforce Advisory Committee strategic plan may be seen in this pdf document: 2017 - 2020 Workforce Center Strategic Plan
Nursing Workforce Trends Report
Workforce data is reported along with nursing education information in the Center's Trends Report:
Trends in Nursing 2016 - 2018
Nursing Workforce Infographics for Iowa Nurses and Nursing Faculty
Iowa Laborshed Report
See this Nursing Occupations Laborshed Study, produced by the Labor Market Information division of Iowa Workforce Development: 2017 Survey
See the statewide Iowa Laborshed Report, published by Iowa Workforce Development: 2018 Report
Opportunities in Health Sciences - Iowa Career Pathways
See the report produced by the Iowa Department of Education and other partners to describe health sciences careers. The document can be found at this link: DOE - Iowa Career Pathways