Pathways to Lessen the Nursing Shortage While Increasing Equity
A new approach to clinical education
Even pre-pandemic, the U.S. was expected to need 1.2M nurses by 2030 — and the past few years have only accelerated the timeline on that shortage.
One solution is to rethink education benefits. By removing cost and structural barriers to access, organizations can better create opportunity for working adults while attracting, retaining, and developing talent. It just requires a partnership between employers and learning providers.
In this white paper, explore three innovative learning strategies that can help mitigate the shortage, including:
- Competency-based education
- Credit for prior learning
Traditional education can't keep pace with the shortage
Nurses are burnt out
of RNs surveyed said they are considering leaving the healthcare field
Nurses are retiring
Seasoned nurses anticipated to retire by 2022
The shortage is accelerating
Nurses need in the U.S. by 2030