Nurses are overworked and underpaid, leading to a shrinking workforce. A panel talks about the nursing crisis, its health consequences for sick people in and out of hospitals, and how to mend the problems.

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  • Mary Foley President of the American Nurses Association
  • Jim Bentley Of the American Hospital Association
  • Deborah Thomas RN at Howard University Hospital

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