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New Jersey Data
3000 RNs Survey (March 2020 – June 2020)
- 64% of RNs reported burnout. Ten percent of these burnout cases reported a need for mental health intervention.
- 37% reported intent to leave the hospital within 12 months.
Senate Bill 2825 introduced by Senator Vitale was passed out of the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee on June 23rd. It is a comprehensive package to address nurses and nursing workforce issues ultimately to support the care of NJ...
New graduates in hospitals are moving toward more specialization as they enter the workforce as can be seen below. This is due to the retirements of nurses in these areas and the shift of older nurses to other settings. Residency programs such as those sponsored by...