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Study: Nurses Trained Abroad Means Lower Patient Satisfaction

Many Western countries including England and the United States have come to rely on nurses trained abroad in times of nurse shortages. A novel study published by the prominent research and policy journal BMJ Open concluded that the employment of nurses trained abroad to substitute for professional nurses educated at home is not without risks to quality of care. Read more

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Karen B. Lasater
Faculty

Karen B. Lasater

Assistant Professor of Nursing
Kathleen G. Burke
Faculty

Kathleen G. Burke

Advanced Senior Lecturer
Matthew D. McHugh
Faculty

Matthew D. McHugh

The Independence Chair for Nursing Education
Eileen T. Lake
Faculty

Eileen T. Lake

Associate Professor of Nursing

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