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because the nursing practice promotes quality patient care and improves patient outcome. Proposal to ProblemThe proposed solution to this problem is to recruit and retrain nurses. The facility has made the incentive to recruit nurses by attracting nurses with a sign-on bonus. However, sign-on bonus doesn’t necessarily cause a nurse to be committed to the facility or organization the sign to. Some other solution that can prevent nurse turnover, is managers engaging in management or leadership skills training to better support and lead staff (Maas, 20145), and adequate nurse to patient ratio to decrease nurse workload ( Sookyung, 2008).
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