Perioperative Specialty RN Training Pilot Project Final Report

With the the AHA’s professional membership group the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA), the AHA's Workforce Center supports hospital and health system employee relations efforts through research, learning, information sharing, product and resources, collaboration and advocacy. This case study from the Hospital Association of Southern California provides guidance on how to build a specialty nursing workforce in a way that is sustainable, reduces cost, promotes collaboration, and minimizes competition across the region as a priority for action.

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