Studies assess impact of IOM report on nursing reform


In 2010, an Institute of Medicine report recommended key ways to improve the nursing profession. Two of the IOM proposals are examined in new studies: that 80% of nurses have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing by 2020, and that health care employers offer nurse residency programs to assist new nurses and reduce staff turnover. Hospital nurse executives were surveyed by researchers to find whether and how these IOM recommendations are being implemented. Read more about the studies from George Washington University.

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