Key takeaways: A recent study found that the national average turnover rate for bedside RN’s was 16.8% in 2017. Different approaches to career progression based on tenure vs. accomplishments can help keep nurses at the bedside1. Continued education programs for nurses have been shown to add value throughout the organization.
When it comes to landing a new position, every clinical leader hopes to start by putting their best foot forward. Whether it is for an interim or permanent position, every role poses a unique set of challenges. That is why it is so important for clinical leaders to stay focused
It’s been 9 years since the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (formerly known as the Institute of Medicine) issued the groundbreaking report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. In this report, the academy called out the need for changes in not only nurses’ roles but also their responsibilities
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