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Study: Supplemental nurses compared to permanent nurses

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Supplemental nurses and permanent nurses share similar education levels, but supplemental nurses are slightly less experienced, more racially and ethnically diverse, and more likely to be male, according to a study in November’s Health Affairs. Read more.

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