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The Nursing Crisis in the United States

BCBS recently provided $500,000 to help research resolutions to the nursing shortage in order to help development and implement solutions to resolve it.

When looking at the nursing shortage and the graying of the nursing workforce, some demographic factors and trends help illuminate possible resolutions. There are economic, political, ethical, cultural, and social issues to be addressed to help resolve this issue. One of the biggest problems with attracting more talented individuals to a career in nursing is economic. Many individuals fail to see nursing as a rewarding career in light of its demanding and numerous responsibilities. As Perez (2003) maintains, ...

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