NJCCN celebrates you during Nurses Month and all the extraordinary work that you do every day. NJCCN hopes that you are healthy and staying safe. Our team continues to work to advocate on behalf of nurses in NJ and disseminate information to our valued constituents.

As always, thank you for your continued support!

Nursing Data & Analysis 2022
To view the full report, click HERE
The 2022 edition of the Nursing Data and Analysis Report provides insights on the workforce supply and demand data across settings. The report includes:
  • Education Capacity for New Jersey
  • Supply Projections for New Jersey
  • Demand Projections for New Jersey
Home Health Aide Data & Analysis
NJCCN has been analyzing data on Home Health Aides in New Jersey.

From 2017 to 2022, there was a 16.5% reduction in the Home Health Aide workforce.

To view the full report, click HERE
Nursing Data & Analysis 2022
Organization of Nurse Leaders of New Jersey

Over the past several months, the NJAC has been working on four recommendations from the National Academies of Medicine's Future of Nursing 2020-2030 report:

1) Addressing nursing faculty shortages;
2) Supporting nurse’s emotional health and well-being;
3) Removing practice barriers in licensure for Advance Practice Nurse’s (APNs) to improve access to care; and
4) Enabling nursing education to address SDOH and health equity. 

The NJCCN is leading the faculty shortage, NJ NEW is leading the mental health and wellness initiatives, NJSNA is leading the APN policy work, and Dr. Mularz with Rutgers University is leading the education. The workgroups have been meeting monthly with Dr. Nina Vaid Raoji, who has been brought on as a consultant to strategize and mobilize the recommendations for the state. The workgroup leads will meet later this summer for an in-person work session to update and strategize for the next phase. 
NJ-NEW Stress First Aid Train the Trainer
NJ-NEW will be hosting its next Stress First Aid Train the Trainer series in August.

August 16 9:00am-1:00pm
August 18 9:00am-1:00pm
August 31 9:00am-1:00pm

The NJ-NEW is sponsoring two individuals from an organization interested in becoming SFA expert trainers.

*It is required to attend all three session dates. More information to follow.

If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Polakowski, AssistantDirector at
Nursing Activities and Job Satisfaction of the Licensed Practical Nurse Workforce in New Jersey
Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) are important members of the nursing workforce in the United States, particularly in long-term care and home care settings. A previous qualitative study found LPNs have expanded their role, yet detailed information about the nursing activities performed by LPNs is lacking in New Jersey (NJ).

Click HERE for the article.
National Nursing Events
Nurse Residency Program
NJCCN Welcome Salem Medical Center and University Hospital. There are now 20 hospitals participating in the Nurse Residency Collaborative. As of May 2022, NJCCN has registered over 1000 residents. The Collaborative aims to increase the use of standardized, high-quality nurse residency programs across the state through the implementation of the Vizient/AACN Nurse Residency Program. Visit the website for more information.

Please contact Edna Cadmus at if you are interested in joining the Collaborative.
New Jersey Nurse Residency Collaborative Members
New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing
180 University Avenue, Room 238
Newark, NJ 07102
Phone: 973-353-2715
Fax: 973-353-2770