Nurse retention: Impact from workplace environment assessments
Rebecca Lucia Moore, MSN, BSN, Staff Development, UnityPoint Health-St. Luke's Hospital, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA
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The Workforce Development team at Unity Point Health-St. Luke's Hospital completed environmental assessments on nursing staff working in inpatient units. These assessments were used to optimize organizational performance to influence the institution's nurse turnover rates.
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