Registered Nurses in the United States make up the largest workforce in the healthcare industry, but they cannot keep up with the demands of patient care.
Nurses are an important part of a well-rounded healthcare team; together, they can identify risk factors and symptoms to detect diseases in the early stages.
The leaders in the sphere of nursing around the globe recognize the growing need of culturally sensitive approach in caring for people, due to globalization, migration, and travel.
Nurses are quite often the lifeblood of hospitals and other healthcare facilities. It’s no surprise that there has been a shortage of nurses, especially Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) over the past several of decades.