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Viewpoint: A new hospital funding model could help nursing shortage

Becker's Hospital Review

There is ongoing dialogue about the nursing shortage in the U.S., but part of the conversation may be getting lost, says Olga Yakusheva, PhD, a professor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing in Ann Arbor.

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How Allina is tackling the nursing shortage

Becker's Hospital Review

Minneapolis-based Allina Health plans to combat the national nursing shortage through various long-term initiatives, including improved orientation programs, developing programs for nurse leadership and establishing an RN residency program.

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Why Arizona could soon have the nation's worst nursing shortage

Becker's Hospital Review

Arizona could have the worst nursing shortage crisis in the nation by 2025 with nearly 28,100 vacancies in roles needed to maintain normal levels of care, according to data from the National Center for Health Workforce Analysis.

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6 Creative Strategies To Solve the Nursing Shortage

Nurse.com

We watched as the first wave of nurses opted to retire early or leave the profession to maintain their sanity. During this time, I remember asking other nurses what should be done to help with the impending nurse shortage. Most hospitals eventually adopted the all-BSN staff model, pushing out less educated nurses.

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McNeese launches new program to address nurse shortage

Health Leaders | Nursing

McNeese State University is making a push to address the ongoing nurse shortage. Pillar: CNO Link: Full story Article Source: KPLC Tags: education medical education nurses nursing staff Secondary Pillars: CNO Article Type: News Published Date: Friday, June 28, 2024 Hide sidebars: Render small main image:

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NY Bill Addresses State’s Critical Nursing Shortage 

Daily Nurse

New York passed a bill addressing the state’s nursing shortage. The new legislation permits nursing programs to provide up to one-third of a student’s clinical work in a high-tech simulation environment. This legislation is a significant step toward addressing New York’s critical nursing shortage,” says Lola W.

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Understanding Nursing Shortages in the U.S. for 2023

Daily Nurse

Nurses are essential to healthcare, yet nursing shortages have persisted for decades. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated these shortages to crisis levels, with demand for nurses outpacing supply in nearly every region. What’s Causing Nursing Shortages? million registered nurses nationwide.