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Can Nurse Migration Solve the Global Nursing Shortage?

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    Nurse Migration fulfills 5 to 10 percent of the nursing workforce in developed countries like the US, Canada and the UK. Is migration a sustainable solution to nursing shortages? Join Dr. Barbara Sheer, professor emeritus at the University of Delaware School of Nursing, in conversation with host Dr. Bill Rutenberg about the challenges and success of nurse migration in the US. They talk about underlying factors of the nursing shortages in the US and additional solutions. Dr. Sheer also shares worldwide efforts towards standardization of baccalaureate and advanced practicing nursing education.

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    Nurse Migration fulfills 5 to 10 percent of the nursing workforce in developed countries like the US, Canada and the UK. Is migration a sustainable solution to nursing shortages? Join Dr. Barbara Sheer, professor emeritus at the University of Delaware School of Nursing, in conversation with host Dr. Bill Rutenberg about the challenges and success of nurse migration in the US. They talk about underlying factors of the nursing shortages in the US and additional solutions. Dr. Sheer also shares worldwide efforts towards standardization of baccalaureate and advanced practicing nursing education.

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