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Ageing well? Policies to support older nurses at work
A newly released report of the International Council of Nurses, the International Centre on Nurse Migration and CGFNS International, Inc. indicates that up to 4.7 million nurses worldwide are expected to retire by 2030. The report builds on the World Health Organization’s (WHO) State of the World’s Nursing report and provides a 10-point plan for addressing the need for retention of these experienced nurses through better supporting older nurses in their work.
Nurses More Diverse, Better Educated as Shown from Newly Released Survey Data
Newly released data from the 2018 National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses (NSSRN), the longest running survey of registered nurses in the U.S., shows nursing is more diverse and better educated than a decade ago.
Rehired: Emeritus Nurses Bring Knowledge and Experience to Younger Workforce
The health care problem of a nursing workforce shortage lessened by the emeritus nurse – a retirement-aged nurse who takes on limited nursing responsibilities.