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With multiple generations in the nursing workforce, unique opportunities exist for growth, learning and development.
Millennials, baby boomers, Gen Xers and the latest up-and-coming generation — Generation Z — all are part of the modern nursing workforce. Discover more about how these generations of nurses are transforming healthcare in their own ways in our digital edition “Generations of Nurses Can Thrive Together.”
“Millennials grew up in the wake of digital technology, which resulted in a faster-paced, more convenient and less-safe world,” Scott S. Christensen, DNP, MBA, APRN, ACNP-BC, clinical operations director at the University of Utah Health, said in an article in the digital edition. “Through this environment, protective parents provided structure, mentorship and constant feedback. The end result is a generation defined by their optimism, social connections and technology proficiency.”