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    As labor shortages persist throughout the country, nurses unions have taken more action to support nursing staff.
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    Below are 17 hospitals, health systems and hospital operators that recently posted job listings seeking chief nursing officers. 
  • 6 schools launching nursing programs

    Several colleges and universities have launched nursing programs and partnerships to address persistent shortages around the country.
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    As the number of male nurses continues to increase nationwide and the major demand for travel nurses keeps growing at a record pace, it stands to reason that more men are going into travel nursing. The problem is that very little data exists to support that assumption.
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    RaDonda Vaught, a former nurse convicted of a fatal medication error, was sentenced to three years of supervised probation May 13. She received a deferred sentence, meaning charges could be wiped from her record pending successful completion of probation. 
  • Nurses take to streets ahead of RaDonda Vaught sentencing

    Nurses from across the country are heading to Washington, D.C., and Nashville, Tenn., this week to march for better working conditions and to show support for RaDonda Vaught. 
  • 18 hospital execs write thank-you notes to nurses

    National Nurses Week, held May 6-12, is a time to show appreciation for nurses and recognize the crucial role they play in healthcare. 
  • 29% of nurses considering leaving profession: 5 takeaways from the 2022 nurse salary report

    The nurse.com 2022 "Nurse Salary Research Report" found 29 percent of nurses are considering leaving the profession — a dramatic increase from the 11 percent who said the same in the 2020 survey. 
  • Nurses make exit plans after RaDonda Vaught's conviction

    More than 100,000 nurses left the workforce in 2021, according to an analysis published April 13 in Health Affairs. Now a nurse's criminal conviction for a medical error has the profession worried about how that number might swell. 
  • What nurses really want during National Nurses Week

    National Nurses Week is a time to show appreciation for nurses and recognize their crucial role in healthcare. This year's recognition week comes at a difficult time for them, and for many, free food or other small gifts may not be enough. 
  • 18 hospitals hiring chief nursing officers

    Below are 18 hospitals, health systems and hospital operators that recently posted job listings seeking chief nursing officers. 
  • 10 discounts, freebies to honor National Nurses Week

    Many companies are offering nurses freebies or discounts ahead of National Nurses Week 2022, which starts May 6. Here are ten companies offering deals to recognize nurses, as listed by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. 
  • 6 recent nurses unions moves

    As labor shortages persist throughout the country, nurses unions have taken more action to support nursing staff. 
  • Hospital for Special Surgery names chief nurse

    New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery has appointed Paul Coyne, DNP, APRN, senior vice president and chief nurse executive.
  • The exodus of young nurses

    The U.S. nursing workforce fell by more than 100,000 in 2021, primarily driven by nurses under age 35 leaving hospital-based jobs, according to an analysis published April 13 in Health Affairs.
  • 4 nurses making headlines on and off the job

    Here are four nurses who have made headlines for their efforts on and off the job  since April 5:
  • What made baby-boomer nurses work through the pandemic?

    From novices to seasoned experts, the COVID-19 pandemic challenged all nurses in different ways. Facing a time of unprecedented turbulence in their careers, some baby-boomer nurses took the opportunity to retire early. 
  • NP practice authority by state

    Twenty-six states and Washington, D.C., grant nurse practitioners full practice authority as soon as they earn their licenses, according to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

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