Why older nurses leave the workforce and the implications of them staying.

@article{Duffield2015WhyON,
  title={Why older nurses leave the workforce and the implications of them staying.},
  author={Christine Duffield and Elizabeth Graham and Judith Donoghue and Rhonda Griffiths and Jen Bichel-Findlay and Sofia Dimitrelis},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2015},
  volume={24 5-6},
  pages={824-31}
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To identify factors that motivate older nurses to leave the workforce. BACKGROUND As many older nurses are now reaching retirement age and will be eligible for government-funded pensions, governments are concerned about the impending financial burden. To prepare for this scenario, many are looking at increasing the age of retirement to 67 or 70 years. Little is known about how this will affect the continuing employment of older nurses and the consequences for employers and… CONTINUE READING

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