GW SON Top-Ranked

GW SON continues to be ranked among the top 50 schools of nursing. GW is in the top 13% of ranked graduate nursing schools. 

US News & World Report also ranks our online MSN #13 out of more than 145 programs nationwide.

In a first-ever ranking of Doctor of Nursing Practice programs, we are no. 30, placing us in the top 20% of ranked programs. These top rankings reflects the quality of our student engagement, faculty credentials and training, student services and technology, peer recognitions, and admissions selectivity.

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Ed Salsberg, MPH

Title:
Research Instructor
Office:
The George Washington University School of Nursing
Address: 1919 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Suite 500
Washington, Washington 20006
Email:
esalsberg@gwu.edu

Background

Mr. Salsberg is a Research Instructor at The George Washinton University School of Nursing.  He has worked on nursing workforce issues for several decades and studies issues related to distribution, education and training, as well as broader health workforce matters to include how nurses fit into the delivery of care.

More recently, Mr. Salsberg served as founding director for the National Center for Health Workforce Analysis at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), which was established in 2010. The HRSA Center is responsible for providing health workforce information and data to assist national and state health workforce policies, as well has health and education sector decision-making related to the health workforce. 

Prior to joining HRSA, Mr. Salsberg was the founding director of the Center for Workforce Studies and a senior director at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). The AAMC Center was established in 2004 to inform the medical education community, policymakers, and the public as to the nation’s current and future physician workforce needs.  Before joining AAMC, Mr. Salsberg was the executive director of the Center for Health Workforce Studies, which he established in 1996 at the School of Public Health at the University at Albany of the State University of New York. From 1984 until 1996, Mr. Salsberg was a bureau director at the New York State Department of Health.