Florence Nightingale

The forecast is troubling: • The median age of a nurse is 46, and some 900,000 nurses over age 50 (of 3 million total nurses
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Already the shortage of primary care physicians is being felt, an outcome of greater demand for services by an aging population. To help fill that gap, the role of the nurse practitioner will continue to expand. Recruiting, training and then retaining enough nurses will be crucial.
While Florence Nightingale doesn't deliver joy, let alone build up laughter out of inadequate material, she would surely have been pleased to have Ma Joad tending to the poor in her charity hospital.
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