Professional Development: The Overlooked Solution to Nurse Burnout & Turnover

Professional Development: The Overlooked Solution to Nurse Burnout & Turnover

Despite the COVID-19 worldwide public health emergency having recently ended, its consequences continue. This includes a lack of nurses and doctors, which is a nationwide problem for hospitals and health systems. Over 600,000 nurses reported their intention to leave the profession by 2027, citing stress and burnout as their main reasons. During the pandemic, about 100,000 nurses left the field. It is now crucial for healthcare organisations to take a close look at themselves in order to address current burnout and prevent the emergence of new staffing issues as a result of COVID-19.The provision of nurses with chances for professional development is one of the keys to managing burnout. The three actions listed below should be implemented by organisations to guarantee that nurses have possibilities for professional progression.




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