Nurse leader probes future staffing needs
When she was the senior vice president and CEO of the American Organization of Nurse Executives last year (she currently is the system CNO of Carolinas Health), Maureen Swick, MSN, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, headed a group of nearly 10,000 leaders in nursing. Among her duties, Swick shepherded key initiatives, including workforce, quality and safety, along with future care delivery models. It is the future of healthcare staffing needs — in the inpatient and acute care worlds — which Swick recently discussed in a conversation with OnCourse Learning.
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By David Brown
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