Board of Nursing Report on Pre-licensure Nursing Education Programs, Students and Faculty 2011-2015
The purpose of this report is to capture data on the demographics of both nursing students and faculty; faculty education levels and employment status; and enrollment and graduation figures for pre-licensure nursing education programs from the years 2011-2015. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) Board of Nursing (BON) collects information on an annual basis from all Illinois pre-licensure nursing education programs. Disclosure of this annual mandatory report is required to maintain BON pre-licensure nursing education program approval, which is required for a nursing student to be eligible to take the nursing license examination (NCLEX®).
IDFPR Board of Nursing Report on Pre-licensure Nursing Education Programs, Students and Faculty 2011-2015
Executive Summary IDFPR Board of Nursing Report on Pre-licensure Nursing Education Programs, Students and Faculty 2011-2015
Active Illinois Nurse Licensees
FY2017 (February 8)-FY2001 IDFPR Active Nurse Licensees
IDFPR Active Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) Licensees including APN Categories (2012-2016)
The Licensed Practical Nurse Workforce Survey Report 2015
This report details the results of the 2015 Illinois Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) workforce survey. The survey was structured to capture data on the demographics, education, workplace settings, and state distribution of LPNs in Illinois. The survey was conducted during the 2015 LPN license renewal period from 11/7/2014 to 1/31/2015. This year in Illinois over 85% of LPNs completed their license renewal via the on-line platform. At the conclusion of the renewal process, there was a link to the survey along with an explanation of its purpose. The survey was voluntary and was completed by 6,613 LPNs representing 21.7% of the total LPN population in Illinois.
Licensed Practical Nurse 2015 Workforce Survey Report
Licensed Practical Nurse 2015 Workforce Survey Executive Summary
Licensed Practical Nurses – LPNs
The latest statewide analysis for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) continues to indicate a probable surplus of qualified applicants. Future job opportunities will be replacement needs concentrated in the long-term care and community-based care fields.
2011 Statewide Supply-Demand Analysis for LPNs
Illinois Center for Nursing Registered Nurse Workforce Survey Report 2014
The purpose of this report is to detail the results from the 2014 Illinois Registered Nurse (RN) workforce survey. The survey was structured to capture data on the demographics, education, state distribution, and practice foci of RNs in Illinois. The survey was conducted during the 2014 Illinois RN licensure renewal period, from 3/6/14 to 5/31/14. In Illinois, over 90% of individual RNs completed licensure renewal via an on-line platform. When individuals concluded the renewal process, there was a link to the survey along with an explanation of its purpose. The voluntary survey was completed by 52,902 RNs, representing 31% of the total RN population in Illinois.
Registered Nurse Workforce Survey Report 2014
Registered Nurse Workforce Survey Executive Summary
Illinois Nursing Workforce Demographics
Past IDFPR/IL Center for Nursing workforce surveys are available below: