February 1, 2010

Keeping the staffing pipeline open with tighter OR education budgets

By: OR Manager

The tough economy has meant leaner budgets and fewer OR staff vacancies to fill. But OR leaders know they still face staffing challenges in the years ahead. Eventually, nurses who have been asking for more hours will start to retire. ORs need to keep the pipeline open for new candidates, even as educational resources are vulnerable to budget cuts.

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