Wisconsin's Nursing Survey Summaries

image for Wisconsin's Nursing Survey SummariesWisconsin Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses are required by law to complete a survey designed to provide critical information for identifying policy modifications to assure an adequate supply of nurses. DWD is required to provide the Legislature a report on the findings based on the responses to the survey. The final report, 2012 Registered Nurse and 2013 Licensed Practical Nurse Surveys is designed to highlight critical factors in the availability of nursing throughout the State.

This information, selected with input from a data collaborative including DWD, Wisconsin Center for Nursing, Department of Safety and Professional Services, as well as other affiliated health care associations, highlights the issues and concerns of a wide range of institutions in the health care delivery system.

The Wisconsin Center for Nursing is charged with facilitating a broadly based discussion of nursing supply issues. People with an interest in more detailed involvement with policy considerations should contact the WCN at www.wicenterfornursing.org. Copies of the surveys used in the Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses process are available from the LMI Section.


cover image: RN Survey SummaryIn Wisconsin, Registered Nurses (RNs) are required to complete a survey when renewing their license. This 2012 summary unveils the characteristics of the 78,159 RNs in the state. The information reported provides invaluable insight into Wisconsin’s RNs, who represent the single largest group of health care workers in the state.


cover image: LPN Survey SummaryLicensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are required to complete a survey when renewing their Wisconsin license. The LPN Survey Summary includes data collected from 14,165 LPNs in early 2011. The 2013 survey results are currently being compiled. The information reported provides invaluable insight into Wisconsin’s licensed practical nurses.

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Questions about these surveys, check out the Nurses' Surveys FAQs

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