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One-Fifth of Nurses Intend to Leave the Workforce by 2027

Health Leaders | Nursing

About 100,000 RNs left the workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic in the past two years due to stress, burnout, and retirement, and about one-fifth of RNs nationally are projected to do the same by 2027. The research also examined how nurses experienced pandemic-related heightened workplace burnout and stress.

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ANA Enterprise News, June 2023

American Nurse

Thousands of RNs plan to leave the profession by 2027 More than 600,000 RNs said they plan to leave the nursing workforce by 2027 due to stress, burnout, or retirement, according to research conducted by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN).


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'Crisis' looms as 800,000 more nurses plan to exit workforce by 2027: study

Becker's Hospital Review

The critical nursing shortage in the United States is going to get worse — much worse — according to results of a comprehensive National Council of State Boards of Nursing and National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers study released April 13.

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Vermont Violence in the Workplace for Healthcare Employees

American Medical Compliance

Requirements Specific to Vermont In the state of Vermont on or before January 1, 2027, each healthcare facility must implement and maintain a documented workplace violence prevention and crisis response policy that meets or exceeds the standards of this section for the benefit of staff providing healthcare.

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A look at Houston Methodist's plan to 'unburden' the nurse workload in 2024

Becker's Hospital Review

Hospital leaders are acutely aware of the fragility of the nation's nursing workforce, with findings from a survey analysis published last spring showing 800,000 nurses intend to exit the field by 2027.

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Nurses Leaving the Workforce!

SelfCare for HealthCare

Another 610,388 registered nurses, who had more than 10 years of experience and an average age of 57, said they planned to leave the workforce by 2027 because of stress, burnout or retirement. About 100,000 registered nurses in the U.S. The survey found that there were over 5.2 in 2022.

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The Coming Exodus of RN’s

Empowered Nurses

million registered nurses expected to quit by 2027 means a potential loss of approximately 1.1 This is a staggering statistic, especially when we realize that since the COVID pandemic began, about 100,000 registered nurses have already said goodbye to their careers! With 25% of our country’s 4.5