Longevity at the Bedside: Exploring Why Nurses Stay
Coreena Schroyer, MSN, College of Nursing and Health Professions, University of Southern Indiana, Evanville, Indiana, USA
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Nursing is the largest workforce in healthcare. Little focus has been given to why experienced nurses remain at the bedside in a single acute care setting for ten years or more. The lack of information regarding why nurses stay, rather than what causes them to leave, necessitates more exploration.
Leadership Connection 2018: Transformative Nursing Leadership, September 15-18, 2018. Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
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