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Nurse migration has become an increasingly favorable transition for international nurses whom wish to pursue a heightened level of clinical experience. Despite the direct benefits specific to the nurse related to this transition it is undeniable that source countries are suffering from immense short staffing as a result. In order to decrease the migration of nurses from their source countries government officials and accredited nursing organizations should adopt more advanced education and training programs to encourage continued practice of international nurses within their own country.
migration, nurse, country, source
Medicine and Health Sciences
Heim, Kasen M., "How Nurse Migration is Negatively Affecting Source Countries" (2021). Student Research Poster Presentations 2021. 58.