The NNISC, a tool developed by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), calculates how much you can expect to earn in your career as a nurse practitioner.
It has been used in schools and health care settings for more than two decades.
The tool has been criticized for not giving an accurate picture of what a nurse’s pay is.
To get an accurate estimate, you need to use NNIST, a database maintained by the National Center for Education Statistics, which uses it to estimate pay.
But the NNs calculator has become a hot topic in nursing circles.
It was the topic of an NPR piece published on Monday.
The article said that the calculator has received “more than 200,000 hits” on YouTube since it was released.
NPR said the number of hits ranged from one to seven.
A representative for the National Institute for Nursing Research said the calculator was used by educators at a nursing school in Florida.
NPR wrote that a “thorough examination of the NNS is being conducted to determine whether any potential problems exist.”
NPR quoted the National Nurses United (NNU) chapter as saying that the tool had been used for “nearly 2,000 students at a community college in Illinois.”
The article also quoted the NNNU as saying the NNFU had raised concerns about “a range of possible errors” in the NNTI database, including: “a potential bias in the calculation of hourly compensation for nurses” that could result in the pay of an NNTIC graduate rising by a factor of 1,000.
“The NNIC calculates hourly pay based on the most recent available data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. Department of Labor and the Social Security Administration.”
NPR also quoted an anonymous source as saying: “This is really an egregious misuse of NNTIS, and it’s not a new issue.
I’ve had people tell me that I’ve used the NNDIS and they’re saying it’s wrong.”
A representative from the National Council of Nursing said the NNPU had not received any complaints about the NNHIS.
“This tool is used in a number of different settings across the country,” the NNCU representative told NPR.
“We encourage nurses to use it and we encourage them to educate others.”
A NNNIU spokesperson said that a review of the tool’s source code had been completed.
A spokesperson for the NUNS said that “we’re disappointed in this misuse of our software.”
NPR asked the NNG for comment.
The NNNI spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but a representative from NNNS told NPR that the NNA has “not received any formal complaints about this tool.”
The NUNs spokesperson said the agency “is aware of the concerns expressed by nurses about the use of the calculator in classrooms.”