As New Hampshire ages, the demands for both in-home and hospital care are increasing. And as medical facilities look for nurses with advanced degrees, finding a place for new graduates to gain training is a challenge. We'll see how nursing is set to change in response and the impact on the health care we all receive in the Granite State.
- Peter Buerhaus - professor of nursing at Montana State University in Bozeman. For the past 20 years, he has focused on the nursing workforce from an economic perspective.
- Peggy Lambert - president of the New Hampshire Nurses Association and executive director of Critical Care Services at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester
- Karen O'Donnell - registered nurse for 22 years and owner of the Caring Nurses Staffing Agency
- Sherrie Palmieri - Chief Nurse Administrator and Executive Director for Nursing and Health Professions at SNHU and Co-lead for the New Hampshire Future of Nursing Campaign for Action
NHPR's health reporter Jack Rodolico reported on the lack of nurses for in-home pediatric care in the state.