If you were a director of nursing in a hospital, LTC, hospice etc etc etc. What will be your proposal to fix unemployment that new graduated RN, LVN experience after graduation; taking in consideration that a LOT! of them get a job after searching for 6months or one year; and how will you keep current RNs working in the facility happy and dont overwork neither stress out. A lot of nurses eat breakfast at 6am and have lunch at 3pm and uses the restroom once maybe twice in a 12hr shift since they are SOOOO busy running from one patient to the next.
Any ideas? I believe all will have to start in having an agreement between school that train new nurses, director of nursing in facilities and hiring managers.
Apr 6, '11
by roser13, ASN
Is this a school assignment? The concept of nursing schools entering into an "agreement" with nursing managers and Directors of Nursing is pretty funny. It sounds as if it sprang from the brain of a nursing instructor.
Last edit by roser13 on Apr 6, '11