The Nursing Shortage: A New Perspective on a Persistent Issue Article Review by Top Papers

The Nursing Shortage: A New Perspective on a Persistent Issue
An exploration of the nursing shortage in North America and its solutions.
# 142462 | 1,000 words | 5 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Medical and Health (Nursing)


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This paper outlines the current debate regarding the current and persistent nursing shortage in North America. Drawing on four additional sources to validate the severity of the issue, this editorial response to Julie Sochalski's article entitled "Nursing Shortage Redux: Turing the Corner On an Enduring Problem" is designed to showcase the issue itself and then evaluate a number of possible solutions to the problem based upon the suggested courses of action raised in the supporting articles.

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"In her article "Nursing Shortage Redux: Turing the Corner On An Enduring Problem", Julie Sochalski suggests that nursing as a profession has unexpectedly reached a critical point in its evolution within the United States. The consequences of an aging population combined with the lure of..."

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