Differing opinions

Evans, Melanie
May 2007
Modern Healthcare;5/21/2007, Vol. 37 Issue 21, p14
Trade Publication
THis article reveals that registered nurses rate nursing shortage in the U.S. as being worse than their leaders do, according to the findings from four surveys recently published in the "Journal Health Affairs." The results-which compared replies to identical questions put to nurses, doctors and key hospital executives-revealed a significantly more pessimistic view among nurses on the fallout from a nearly decadelong shortage.


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