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The world could be short of 13 million nurses in 2030 - here's why

Historical and persistent underfunding of nursing has been exacerbated by the effects of the pandemic, causing many to burnout. Image: UNSPLASH/Vladimir Fedotov

Aurora Almendral

Senior Reporter, Quartz

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