Tag Archives: Nursing shortage

Focus Returns to Nurse Retention in 2010

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct Search Here’s a look at what the nursing executives are reading now.  Retention is just now being brought to the forefront? It cost less to keep a nurse than it does to hire and train a … Continue reading

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Nurse to patient ratios: lies, damned lies, and statistics.(Legislative Updates)

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct Search This is an old article, but I want to publish it here just to show that this problem has been going on for quite some time and still is no further along towards any resolution.  … Continue reading

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Survey: Older nurses sticking around

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct Search This is an interesting article that supports what I see daily at my job.  Older nurses across the board are talking about staying active in the field of nursing .  I rarely hear any talk … Continue reading

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New survey finds nursing shortage likely to increase

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct Search I read this article with some dismay.  In this study of almost 1400 nurses, 28% plan to either leave the profession entirely or cut back hours to protect their health.  Wow!  That statement speaks volumes.  … Continue reading

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Are older nurses being forced out of the profession?

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct Search Image by Christiana Care via Flickr I found this article on an MD’s blog and it really made me stop and think.  As one of those “older” nurses with 20 years of experience, I will … Continue reading

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