Workforce Management

In the Face of Unimaginable Challenges, Why do Nurses Stay?

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What you'll learn 

The past year brought more discouraging news about the pandemic’s continued detrimental effects on already overburdened nurses, and the data show it: 

  • 40% of RNs surveyed in Medscape Nurse Career Satisfaction Report 2021 indicated that the pandemic decreased their satisfaction with nursing
  • 32% of RNs are considering leaving direct patient care, according to McKinsey & Company

Now is the time to use the spotlight on the nursing workforce to make positive, lasting 
change. Let’s start with how your healthcare organization can spark retention initiatives 
and be counted among the health systems where nurses choose to stay. Learn more now. 

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