Amid nurse shortage, hospitals focus on retention
AP/Yahoo News, February 17, 2009
About 1 in 5 newly licensed nurses quits within a year, according to one national study, and that turnover rate is a major contributor to the nation's growing shortage of nurses. But there are expanding efforts to give new nursing grads better support. Many hospitals are trying to create safety nets with residency training programs, for example.
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