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This article explores the role of the home care nurse and updates acute-care hospital nurses on today's home health care scene update on home health care: how. With the growing nursing shortage in acute care settings, the brain drain of nurses from certain areas of the world, the shrinking public dollars for preventive health care, the nursing workforce needed to continue to provide these essential health care services is threatened.
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