As the demand for qualified nurses soars – as a result of aging and net replacements due to retirement – enterprising health care in the U.S. are seeking new solutions to nursing shortage. International nurses will continue to have a significant impact on the U.S. nursing workforce and contribute to its growth. The migration of nurses across international borders and their assimilation into the U.S. workforce enables nursing to grow, to broaden its perspective, and to increase its diversity; Therefore, the successful adaptation of foreign-educated nurses to U.S. practice is critical.
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