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1 Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses in NC Statewide RIBN Project

2 What is RIBN? New Educational Track to BSN Not an RN to BSN completion program Curriculum blends the best of both Associate Degree nursing Baccalaureate nursing

3 What is RIBN? Utilizes the resources of both the university and the community or private college Lower overall cost for students enrolled in RIBN program option than traditional BSN program option Supported by FELS

4 What is RIBN? Recognized as BSN program in NC by NC Educational Assistance Authority Formerly =Nurse Scholars Program Now = Forgivable Education Loan for Service or FELS Loan award Years 1 3 = CC loan value: $3,000 Year 4 = University loan value:$7,000

5 RIBN Challenges 1 st Developing Partnership(s) Collaborative agreements signed by each partner(s) community or private college and a university baccalaureate nursing program Collaborative agreements include Admission Criteria Academic Procedures Financial Aid

6 RIBN Challenges 2 nd Creating a dual admission process Stricter requirements than general admission to community college or university Meets same level as required for university students admitted to upper division of a BSN generic program

7 RIBN Challenges 3 rd Creating shared academic procedures Home school Years 1-3 = Community college Year 4 = University Continued enrollment requirement FT status at home school and one course per semester at university during years 1-3

8 RIBN Challenges 3 rd Shared academic procedures Maintain minimum grade of C (all courses) Prior to Year 2 complete NC approved NAI Program (challenge not allowed) Prior to Year 4 and matriculation to WCU and final 2 semesters Must pass NCLEX-RN

9 RIBN Challenges Meeting the University 25% rule 25% of total curriculum hours must be completed at level 25% of 128 RIBN curriculum hours = 32 hours RIBN students complete 2 Upper Level Perspectives instead of just one RIBN students complete 33 total hours

10 RIBN Challenges Changing Traditions: Waiving the Rule WCU policy: 50% rule for major hours Must complete ½ of major hours at level as per traditional BSN curriculum RIBN students take many of their courses at level RIBN articulation agreement approved, waiving the rule

11 RIBN Challenges 4 th Shared curriculum Meets graduation requirements at both schools Includes three years of nursing clinical experiences 5 semesters at the community college 2 semesters at the university Creating the best curriculum course mix for the new type of BSN graduate

12 RIBN Challenge-Year Four Eligible for Employment as RN after Year 3 Year 4: Complete final 2 semesters of the RIBN curriculum at the university Participate in clinical nursing courses as a licensed practitioner May choose to partner with an employer during RIBN 4 th year Graduate from BSN program after completion of all course requirements Employers must support RN as RIBN student and Employee

13 RIBN Success Factors Commitment to collaboration between the academic programs Standardized CC ADN Curriculum Regional Coordinator to sell dual concept, assure all agreements met, documents signed across institutions; keep project on track! Student Success Advocate to market program to high schools, advise applicants, support students

14 Essential Partners for Success Administrators of all involved academic institutions presidents, chancellors, deans, registrars, student services directors, state-level administrators Nursing Faculty Primary employers in region - CEOs, CNOs, Recruiters, Staff Education Coordinators Funding organizations

15 RIBN Challenges & Opportunities Engaging faculty/administrators/support services at all academic levels Engaging employers to support RIBN student/employee through Year 4 Faculty/student readiness for new teaching/learning modalities Achieving core academic standards statewide Assuring statewide access to RIBN track

16 RIBN Journey In NC History in the making : AB Tech & WCU developed model 1 st students admitted 2010; 1 st RIBN BSN grads (PIN & TDE grants) 2010: Added 5 Regional RIBN Partnerships 5 universities, 13 CCs, 1 private ADN program 2010: IOM Future of Nursing Report Reinforced need to increase education of nursing workforce 2011: Received funding from TDE & PIN6 grant to support RIBN Expansion

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18 RIBN Journey into the Future : ~ 94 slots for RIBN student admissions in 4 Regional Collaboratives (+ 23 at WNC RIBN) Continue RIBN expansion across NC 2016: >85 new RIBN BSN grads/year beginning 2016 RIBN option available statewide Going Forward: Move to core curriculum standards across state Keeping RIBN students focused on achieving BSN Funding expansion of RIBN 1/3 rd of NC BSN programs and 1/4 th NC CCs

19 Expected RIBN Outcomes Increase access to BSN programs, particularly in rural areas Increase faculty and APRN pipeline Resource sharing among RIBN partners faculty, labs, other learning opportunities Economically feasible option to achieve BSN

20 Expected Outcomes.. Increase RN preparation for complex, hi tech, fast-paced work environment Increase RN preparation in public health, gerontology, leadership Increase proportion of younger graduates entering workforce Increase diversity of nursing workforce

21 NC Future of Nursing Action Mission: Coalition Transforming Nursing for NC s Health Priority Action: Increase proportion of baccalaureate and higher degree nurses to 80% by 2020 BSN & Higher DegreeTaskforce Champions: FFNE & NC AHEC

22 BSN TF Priorities through 2012 Expand RIBN Initiative across state Create a business model to articulate return on investment for increasing the nursing workforce with BSN and higher degrees Promote Educational Advancement for practicing nurses: Common statewide approved general education and pre-nursing requirements

23 RIBN A pathway to transform nursing in North Carolina!!! Visit our website at for more information on the RIBN Project & Future of Nursing Action Coalition

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