Challenge of the generations!: How can we attract and retain the millennial nurses?
Cindy Ford, PhD, MSN, BSN; Kimberley A. Stunkard, MSN -- Department of Nursing, Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock, Texas, USA
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The purpose of this abstract is to explore the emerging evidence related to attracting and retaining the millennial generation to nursing. The literature offers limited evidence of successful programs that have prepared or supported the millennial generation for a future in nursing.
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Millennial Nurse Recruitment;
Millennial Nurse Retention
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