AHA and its member hospitals and health systems are acutely aware of the dire challenge presented by the field’s workforce challenges. This is a high-priority issue to address; as such, AHA continues to develop resources that aim to support the field’s efforts to recruit and retain healthy, productive and talented team members. 

Resources now available highlight solutions across three categories to assist organizations in their efforts to plan for the post-COVID-19 workforce future:
 

AHA is also sharing a case example from Mary Washington Healthcare in Fredericksburg, Va., whose partnership with Germanna Community College yielded a new Earn as You Learn program for nurses in training.

For more information on workforce and AHA’s array of resources, visit AHA’s webpage.

Coming soon: AHA will soon release a guide for hospitals on the value their patient and family advisory councils bring to supporting their teams and communities.
 

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