A New Nursing Crisis: How The Pandemic
Has Changed Nurses

The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly altered and influenced today’s nurses, resulting in new mindsets regarding the profession and the healthcare industry overall. In the spring of 2021, Cross Country Healthcare, in partnership with Florida Atlantic University’s Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, conducted a groundbreaking survey to examine a range of topics impacting the nursing profession today, including job satisfaction, levels of burnout, skills critical to the job and future career plans – and how they have changed post-pandemic.

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For healthcare employers across the country, these changing nurse sentiments, expectations and perceptions of the profession must be examined to help inform priorities, practices and policies in the months and years to come. Sign up today and be among the first to receive our soon-to-be-released white paper offering insightful and tactical strategies to improve the future of nursing.

Covid Cause

The pandemic has made it harder to be a nurse and many are rethinking their post-pandemic careers.

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The pandemic has directly impacted nurse job satisfaction levels, which have decreased by 20 percent since the pandemic began.

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Increased workloads, difficult work environments and understaffing issues have been exacerbated by the pandemic.

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