Nursing work and the implications of "the second shift".

  • L. K. Hardy
  • Published 1990 in Canadian journal of nursing administration

Abstract

Recently the profession of nursing has been greatly concerned with the recruitment and retention of nurses. Provincial studies have indicated that the problem is multifaceted and very complex. It is not enough merely to raise wages. Another factor which has major implications for the retention of female nurses is the relationship of the work married women… (More)

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@article{Hardy1990NursingWA, title={Nursing work and the implications of "the second shift".}, author={L. K. Hardy}, journal={Canadian journal of nursing administration}, year={1990}, volume={3 4}, pages={23-6} }