An analysis of restructuring orientation to enhance nurse retention.

  title={An analysis of restructuring orientation to enhance nurse retention.},
  author={Joan M. Kiel},
  journal={The health care manager},
  volume={31 4},
The nursing shortage has received much media attention; however, something that contributes to it-nurse turnover-has not received the same attention. Facilities spend time and money to train new employees only to have them leave within a few months. Staff morale, money, time, and quality of care are all affected by nurse turnover. The fact that it often occurs so soon after one takes a position makes it pertinent to look at the process of transition into the new position, namely, the… CONTINUE READING
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