The U.S. experiences a nursing shortage at fairly regular intervals, but many believe the current shortage is an unprecedented crisis. Fewer people are going to nursing school, and nurses are also leaving hospital employment in droves. A panel talks about the problem and what can be done to address it.


  • Dr. Julie Sochalski Sochalski
  • Susan Bianchi-Sand United American Nurses (labor arm of the American Nurses' Association)
  • Jim Bentley of the American Hospital Association

Related Links

Topics + Tags


comments powered by Disqus
Most Recent Shows

AT&T’s Proposed Acquisition Of Time Warner

Tuesday, Oct 25 2016AT&T’s bid to acquire Time Warner: Join us to talk about what the proposed merger of the country’s second-largest wireless carrier and a major content company could mean for consumers and the future of U.S. media and telecommunications.

The State Of The Presidential Race

Monday, Oct 24 2016Early voting is underway in states across the country. Just over two weeks before the presidential election, a look at the latest polls, the electoral map and end-of-the-line strategies for both campaigns.