Hospital Staffing Shortage Meets Weird Marketplace For Nurses
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Nurses are leaving the profession in droves, driven by extremely difficult pandemic-related working conditions. We invited nurses to call in and talk about the state of their profession. On today's show, Pat Kane, executive  director of the New York State Nurses Association, discusses some of the reasons why nurses are quitting and what can be done to retain, and recruit, more.
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