An integrative review on strategies that impact the retention of experienced nurses
Author DetailsHemilla Raju Matta, MSN, RN, Newton Wellesley Hospital, Newton Lower Falls, Massachusetts, USA
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Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016-2026 predicts the RN workforce will increase by 203,700 yearly. The average nurses age in the United States is 45-60-year-old close to retirement age. Research on how to retain experienced nurses has historically been lacking. Most research examines aging workforce or recruitment/retention without focus on age.
Repository Posting Date2021-02-22T22:29:44Z
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