We are reading some articles about BSN as entry in ND--as in the preparation and work that went into making this a reality. So yes, these articles are from the 80s.
I would like to read some articles that address WHY this didn't work. Was it a legal technicality? Did the BSN as entry level increase the nursing shortage? Why exactly did North Dakota go back to allowing ADNs to sit for boards and practice?
I've been looking around and haven't found anything that details WHY it didn't work. I'd like some fair and balanced articles on the issues. I see a lot of debate about why we should/shouldn't make BSN as entry level; but I want to know why it didn't work in the first state that tried it.
Thanks in advance.