Legislation addressing minimum registered nurse staffing deficiencies in healthcare settings
Lawrence J. Davis, BSN, Penn Healthcare, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Legislation in New Jersey (along with the need for legislation nationwide) providing adequate nurse staffing is discussed. Also poor patient outcomes as related to inadequate nurse staffing is discussed.
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