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Recruit and Upskill

Attract top talent, provide career advancement, and help your registered nurses meet the Institute of Medicine goal of earning their BSN by 2020.*

Meet Business Objectives

Fill talent gaps and discover growth opportunities to meet your immediate and long-term staffing needs.

Maximize Resources

Improve retention, reduce turnover, and cut costs and time on recruitment.

Expand Expertise and Cultivate a Talent Pipeline

Our nursing training programs are mapped to employees’ previous education and experience, allowing them to focus on the specific knowledge, skills, and credentials they require.

RIGOROUS

Equip your nurses to deliver the highest-quality patient care and to advance into higher-level nursing positions within your organization.

COMPREHENSIVE

Our wide range of programs include RN-to-BSN, MSN, and DNP—or we can customize a program to fit your needs.

INDUSTRY ALIGNED

Employees can customize their BSN with nursing electives aligned to certifications recognized by the Magnet Recognition Program®.

Nursing News and Insights

  • Educational Alliance
    Purdue Global Partners With Trilogy Health Services to Provide Enhanced Employee Education Benefit

    Purdue Global has signed a partnership agreement with Trilogy Health Services, one of the largest senior care providers in the Midwest, to provide a fully funded education employee benefit program. The benefit program underscores Trilogy’s commitment to its employees’ education and career growth.

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  • Nursing Shortage

    Nursing remains one of the nation’s fastest-growing occupations. However, by 2030, there will be a shortage of 300K nurses. Baby boomer nurses are retiring and universities are experiencing a shortage in nurse educators. Explore which locations in the U.S. are most affected by nursing shortages and how some health care organizations are providing nursing shortage solutions.

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  • Physician Shortage

    The United States could also see a shortage of nearly 120K physicians by 2030. This puts increased pressure on organizations to meet the staffing demand for advanced practice nurses who can provide many of the same services as doctors.

  • Education Is a Solution

    The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), the national voice for academic nursing, believes that education has a significant impact on the knowledge and competencies of the nurse clinician.# They point out that in December 2017, the State of New York even signed a law requiring future RNs graduating from a NY ASN or ADN program to obtain a BSN within 10 years of initial licensure. The legislators stated that given “the increasing complexity of the American health care system and rapidly expanding technology, the educational preparation of the registered professional nurse must be expanded.”

  • Access to Talent

    One out of three health care leaders say “access to quality talent” is their chief strategic workforce challenge.§ Learn more about hiring, retention, and recruitment tactics that help employers compete for quality workers.

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Revolutionize your nursing workforce with our accelerated and personalized competency-based ExcelTrack™.**

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Learn more about our tailored nursing employee education program. Fill out the form below, call us at 872-529-5357, or email education.partnerships@purdueglobal.edu.

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NOTES AND CONDITIONS

*Source: Institute of Medicine, "Assessing Progress on the IOM Report The Future of Nursing," December 2015.

†The Magnet Recognition Program® is a registered trademark of the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Students are responsible for understanding the requirements of optional certification exams. The University cannot guarantee students will be eligible to sit for or pass exams. In some cases, work experience, additional coursework beyond the Purdue Global program, fieldwork, and/or background checks may be necessary to be eligible to take or to successfully pass the exams. 

‡Source: Association of American Medical Colleges, The Complexities of Physician Supply and Demand: Projections from 2016 to 2030 (2018 update).

§Source: B. E. Smith, Industry Report: Looming Talent Shortages Require Attention

#Source: American Association of Colleges of Nursing, The Impact of Education on Nursing Practice (updated April 2019).

**ExcelTrack™ is available for select programs. Degree pace and time and cost savings will vary by individual.