Offer wide scope of duties to attract nurse practitioners

September 2007
Hospice Management Advisor;Sep2007, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p93
The article focuses on the challenges faced by hospice managers in the U.S. in hiring nurse practitioners. Among those are the challenge in attracting nurse practitioners with community health experience, compassionate, knowledgeable and able to talk to people in difficult situations. On the other hand, Visiting Nurse Service of New York CEO Joan Marren suggests that health services agencies should also offer wide scope of duties, good salary and benefits to attract nurse practitioners.


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