UVU Student Nursing Association Leaders for 2018-2019

Top row (L to R): Nicole Gunnell (Activities), Brandi Moss (Treasurer)

Middle row (L to R): Elizabeth Hurley (Vice President), Joanna Remund (4th semester Rep)

Bottom row (L to R): Jocelyn Clayson (Service), Ashley Hullinger (Secretary), Kaylee McEwan (President), Norma Salas (Publicity), Emily Gardner (Academics)

UVU Student Nurse Association

UVU Student Nurses Association is a preprofessional association for nursing students, a constituent member of National Student Nurses Association and Utah Student Nurses Association. UVUSNA provides opportunities for professional networking, education, and service. Pre-nursing students are also welcome as members of UVUSNA.

Other organizations

Utah Student Nurse Association

National Student Nurse Association

Utah Nurses Association

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Career Options

Nursing is a career that uniquely brings together scientific knowledge, cutting-edge technical skills, caring and compassion. Every day nurses take satisfaction in the multiple ways they help people. Currently, nursing is the largest health care profession in the United States. In 2016, there were 2,955,200 million Registered Nurses (RNs). Nurses are the largest single part of any hospital staff. They are the primary providers of hospital patient care and deliver most of the care in nursing homes and home health. The need for skilled, knowledgeable and caring nurses is continually on the rise.

Sources

Bureau of Labor Statistics

U.S. Department of Labor

Occupational Outlook Handbook Edition, Registered Nurses

Indeed Job Search

BLS.gov

Employment Outlook

The job outlook for employment of registered nurses is expected to grow 15 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. Growth will occur primarily because of technological advancements; an increased emphasis on preventative care; and the large, aging baby-boomer population who will demand more healthcare services as they live longer and more active lives. The mean salary for BSN educated nurses in the metropolis areas of Utah is $57,782.00.