HealthLeaders Media December 3, 2021
Carol Davis

85% of surveyed nurses strongly believe national licensure—allowing nurses to practice across state lines—would have benefited the country during the pandemic.


– 97% of nurses surveyed said pay rate increases and other incentives would attract and retain nurses.

– Nearly 37% of nurses identify as being burned out, stressed, and/or overworked.

– The pressures for nurses under COVID-19 are significant and likely long-lasting.

A new report finds that 66% of nurses surveyed expressed some level of consideration to leave their profession, signaling long-term impacts to healthcare.

The survey, conducted by Florida Atlantic University’s Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing and Cross Country Healthcare Inc., a provider of workforce solutions and staffing services, identifies the significant impact the COVID-19...

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