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Over the recent years entering a hospital has become a health gamble Hospital budget cuts lead to less staff Fewer and fewer nurses are trying to tend to more and more patients This creates a dangerous environment for the patients and poor work conditions for the nurses Its a vicious cycle because nobody wants to enter a profession where you are overworked Too many hours of forced overtime quickly lowers moral and causes burnouts So people quit In an effort to promptly replace them new people are brought in and their training is cut short The training they need soon becomes on the job training So what is the cause Is it the nurses who are directly responsible for the patients care After all they are the ones who usually inflict the harm Or is the answer more indirect Are the hospitals at fault because they have unrealistic expectations of realistic people In a survey of nurses one out of five plan on quitting in the next year and over forty percent didnt like their jobs As an aspiring nurse this is of great concern There are a handful of reasons that I decided to enter the nursing field Helping people is a great personal satisfaction Flipping burgers might pay the bills but it gives you no sense of purpose The pay is pretty good However the more I learn about the job the more I realize the pay doesnt nearly match the job There are too many factors that create a dangerous environment Insufficient staffing is a major factor It promotes hazardous conditions for both the patient and the nurses The nurses are stresses out overworked and some are under trained After a twenty-four hour shift on minimal sleep who wouldnt start to slow down or make mistakes Mistakes range from under or overdosing to vital care being delayed for hours on end Nurses are usually the ones who detect problems with the
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