Report: Retain and train more Florida nurses

08/28/2008 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

Florida is facing a severe shortage of nurses, especially South Florida, and needs to focus on training and retention, according to a report from the state-funded Florida Center for Nursing. The number of new graduates needs to rise by 15% annually to stave off a catastrophic shortage, and hospitals must work to ease workloads and reduce stress to retain current nursing staff, the report said.

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