The biggest crisis of 2021 isn't Covid-19—it's nursing shortages
October 12th, 2021
32 mins 4 secs
About this Episode
Covid-19 has been on the forefront of everyone's minds for over a year now, but the biggest crisis for health care providers in 2021 might not be the pandemic—it may be nursing shortages. In this episode, host Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board CNO Carol Boston-Fleischhauer to talk about the nationwide shortage of nurses and what hospitals can do now to address some of the bigger problems nurses face today.
- Ep. 61: Resilience: Not just a pandemic buzzword—and not the same as engagement
- Why so many nurses are quitting (and what to do about it)
- How to fight the 'nursing exodus.' (Hint: It isn't $40,000 sign-on bonuses.)
- [Nov. 2 | Webinar] Hard Truths for CNOs: The Current & Future State of the Nursing Workforce
Equip your rising executives with the leadership and business skills they need to navigate the complexity of health care, solve difficult challenges and achieve breakthrough performance. Learn more about the Advisory Board Fellowship.