Education, workplace culture key to addressing oncology nursing shortage

By 2030, all members of the Baby Boom generation will be aged 65 years or older.
If current workforce trends continue, the supply of nurses available to care for this aging population will fall far short of demand.
A 2022 nursing workforce analysis published in Health Affairs showed that the number of registered nurses in the United States dropped by more than 100,000 between 2020 and 2021 — the largest 1-year decline in the past 4 decades. A substantial proportion of the nurses who left the field were younger than age 35, and most worked in hospitals.
Another report published by analysts

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