Community References, Citations and Sources (Partial List)

Date of Revision: 05/03/2024


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43. Ferguson, S. (2022, August 19). Understanding America’s labor shortage. U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Retrieved from:
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53. Umland, B. (2018, April 10). The surprisingly strong connection between employee well-being and turnover. Mercer US. Retrieved from: thinking/healthcare/the-surprisingly-strong-connection-between-well-being-and turnover.html
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66. Dyrbye, L. N., Meyers, D., Ripp, J., Dalal, N., Bird, S. B., & Sen., S. (2018). A pragmatic approach for organizations to measure health care professional well being. NAM Perspectives.
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