Nursing schools response to Covid

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Nursing schools response to Covid

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Covid-19 and the pandemic has had a significant impact on the healthcare industry. Healthcare providers that were nearing retirment had a good reason to retire early, and many others that felt the job became too dangerous or mentally taxing left the medical field forever due to Covid-19. The numbers of nurses have suffered as a result, and that means that during the worst healthcare crisis in recent history, the nurses that were working had even more burden placed on them by staffing problems. This article explains the ways in which nursing schools have responded to try and get more people into the field.

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Nurse Journal

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This item was submitted on April 25, 2021 by Matthew Williams using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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