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Longitudinal Nursing Leadership Insight Study

The American Organization for Nursing Leadership partnered with Joslin Insight to conduct a four-part longitudinal study on the impact of COVID-19 on nursing leadership in key areas over time. The latest study, based on insight from more than 2,200 nurse leaders, also includes data on nurse leader satisfaction and intent to leave.

Nurse Leaders’ Top Challenges, Emotional Health and Workplace Violence
October 2022

The October 2022 Longitudinal Study focuses on new data and major shifts that have occurred in health care going back to the second survey conducted in February 2021. The new data from this survey indicates while the emotional health and well-being of nurse leaders has slightly improved, it remains the top issue facing nurse leaders, closely followed by staff retention and the cost of travel nursing. The October report also offers new insights into the day in the life of a nurse leader and their job satisfaction. The report continues to identify a gap between roles, with focus on chief nursing officers, directors, and managers.

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