ANA poll: Staffing concerns cause nurses to consider quitting

06/13/2008 | NurseZone.com

An ANA poll shows about 50% of 10,000 nurses surveyed are worried enough about inadequate staffing levels to consider quitting their jobs. Almost three quarters of respondents said their shift and unit staffing were insufficient. "We all have heard from nurses that staffing is the number one concern," said ANA's director of government affairs.

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