Poor working conditions for nurses leads to decreased quality of care
Recently, the Vickie Milazzo Institute, a nurse consulting company, conducted a survey into the working conditions of nurses and recently provided its results.A recent survey indicates that poor working conditions for nurses directly affects the quality of care that they provide to patients.
Ninety percent of the 3,300 survey’s respondents said that a general lack of concern and regard by superiors affects their performance at work. The survey concluded that these factors can cause nurses to feel extremely stressed, sometimes “dangerously so”, and declared that the avoidance of this circumstance should be a “national priority”, with the government promptly responding to this problem.
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