Monday, December 5, 2011

Nebraska Still Grappling With Nursing Shortage

Last week, Joanne Young, reporting for the Lincoln Journal Star, detailed Nebraska's efforts to reduce nursing shortages that are plaguing 73 of the 93 counties within the state. One of the most pressing issues for the state is the lack of available nurse educators to train and mentor nursing students. Many of the issues Nebraska is experiencing are addressed in the IOM's Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health report, which is also cited in the news article.

Click here to read the full news article.

Click here to read other blogposts relating to the IOM's report.

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