What healthcare organizations should do to increase nurse retention

Photo by RODNAE Productions on Pexels.com The COVID-19 pandemic has been a major disruptor of nurse retention and contributes to increased burnout and related risks of higher nurse turnover. Employers must respond to nurse burnout and retention challenges because theyhave a duty of care for their workforce, and because it is in their own interests. … Continue reading What healthcare organizations should do to increase nurse retention

COVID-19 and its impact on nurse supply

Photo by Павел Сорокин on Pexels.com The global nursing workforce was estimated in 2019-20 as being 27.9 million nurses. Prior to the pandemic, the global shortage of nurses was estimated at 5.9 millionnurses; nearly all of these shortages were concentrated in low- and lower middleincome countries. The pandemic has exacerbated the existing nurse supply shortfalland … Continue reading COVID-19 and its impact on nurse supply

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A Review of Literatures on Workplace Violence Against Nurses

Stephen Tee, Yeter Sinem Üzar Özçetin, and Michele Russell-West head “Workplace violence experienced by nursing students: A UK survey”, Nurse Education Today, 2016, vol. 41 pp.30–35 The evidence-based practice, which generally refers to the direct application of scientific, quantitative/experimental research findings to professional practice has been underway in nursing for over two decades (Sarah, Walls … Continue reading A Review of Literatures on Workplace Violence Against Nurses

COVID-19: Nigerian nurses blast Health Minister for incompetence

Nursing Group Admin, an alliance of progressive administrators and reliable stakeholders, has called for the immediate resignation of the Minister of Health, Dr Osagie Ehanire, over his comments on hazard allowance for doctors and health workers at the frontline of the Coronavirus outbreak in the country. The Minister, who spoke while meeting with the leadership of … Continue reading COVID-19: Nigerian nurses blast Health Minister for incompetence

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A Critique of Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Nursing Practice

Abstract Aims: To highlight the vital contributions of mental health and learning disability nurses (LDNs) who render direct care services and support to those with complex needs, and to assess the impact of employed strategies, competence of workers, and usefulness of current research findings in health care. Background: Mental health includes our psychological, emotional and … Continue reading A Critique of Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Nursing Practice