What to expect if you are asked to work in a new area
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What to expect if you are asked to work in a new area

Norman Miller Health journalist

How and when nurse managers may shift team members, and what makes staff feel supported in unfamiliar roles

Redeployment can be a distressing experience for nurses – so much so that it leads some to consider leaving their jobs, according to research.

Nursing Management. 31, 2, 10-11. doi: 10.7748/nm.31.2.10.s4

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