Rising Up to Embrace Multi-Faceted and Dynamic Retention Challenges
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This issue is the last of the three-part series focused on the critically important challenge of nurse retention. The articles that we have selected span a range of topics from the personal to political with implications for readers in leadership positions across nursing practice, policy and education. What we are learning is that retention is as multi-faceted and dynamic as the times we are living in. There is no one-size-fits-all solution, no Holy Grail - if we could only find it - that will turn the tide of exodus from the profession. Retention is fundamentally about valuing nurses and demonstrating that worth in concrete tangible ways that are meaningful to nurses as a group and as individuals. It is a tall order that can only be achieved with leadership that embraces the unprecedented challenges we are living through as windows of opportunity to lean into and make transformative changes that will engage nurses and benefit local and global health.
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