School nurse shortages have been reported in recent years in California, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Colorado, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, and Florida.
Without an effort from both sides of the aisle, America’s health system may be pushed past the breaking point.
Unfortunately so. Due to many important factors, the demand for nurses is rising at a staggering rate.
The U.S. does not have enough RNs. What does that mean for the nation’s sick and elderly?
As the health care workforce ages, foreign nurses will step up once again.
Heavy workload, on-the-job harassment by peers, managers are major drivers behind potential exodus, study shows.