Nursing GUESTS: Suzanne Gordon Author, Life Support: Three Nurses on the Front Line (Little Brown, and Company, 1997) Reporter, The Boston Globe Mary Mundinger Dean, Columbia University School of Nursing Author, Autonomy in Nursing (1980) and Home care Controversy: Too Little, Too Late (1983) Jeannie Chaisson Nurse specialist, Beth Israel-Deaconess Hospital, Boston, MA Nurses play an integral, and often undervalued, role in the nation's health care system. But, managed care and unlicensed health practitioners threaten the quality of care nurses are able to provide. Health care reform has resulted in widespread nursing layoffs and the growth of home health care and out-patient clinics. Join host Ray Suarez and a roundtable of guests for a look at the changing face of nursing ...on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.
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GUESTS: Suzanne Gordon Author, Life Support: Three Nurses on the Front Line (Little Brown, and Company, 1997) Reporter, The Boston Globe Mary Mundinger Dean, Columbia University School of Nursing Author, Autonomy in Nursing (1980) and Home care Controversy: Too Little, Too Late (1983) Jeannie Chaisson Nurse specialist, Beth Israel-Deaconess Hospital, Boston, MA Nurses play an integral, and often undervalued, role in the nation's health care system. But, managed care and unlicensed health practitioners threaten the quality of care nurses are able to provide. Health care reform has resulted in widespread nursing layoffs and the growth of home health care and out-patient clinics. Join host Ray Suarez and a roundtable of guests for a look at the changing face of nursing ...on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.