Millennials are now the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, making up 35% of American workers. This trend takes on particular significance in the healthcare industry where unprecedented workforce shortages have created recruitment challenges, particularly for qualified nurses.
In this webinar, you’ll hear the results of a new AMN Healthcare report, Survey of Millennial Nurses: A Dynamic Influence on the Profession, which shows how Millennial nurses bring distinct ideas about what constitutes a good working environment and how that affects patient care.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain new insights about Millennial nurse views on career, leadership, education, workplace practices and more. The webinar will prove valuable information to you on engaging this critical generation that is taking over the nursing workforce.
During this webinar, you’ll learn about:
- Millennial nurse expectations for the work environment and how that compares to their generational counterparts
- Millennials’ greater willingness to change nursing jobs to get ahead and their strong interest in leadership roles, higher degrees, and professional development
- Millennial attitudes toward quality measures, and how they view leadership differently from other generations of nurses
Marcia Faller, PhD, RN,
Executive Clinical Advisor
Marcia Faller, PhD, RN, is the Chief Clinical Officer for AMN Healthcare. Throughout her tenure with AMN, Dr. Faller has championed the development of consistent quality standards for credentialing and competency evaluation of healthcare professionals, setting AMN apart in the industry and giving it a name synonymous with quality healthcare professionals.
As a result of her efforts, the AMN rigorous screening and quality control processes meet and often exceed standards by The Joint Commission and the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). Since joining AMN in 1989 as Vice President of Nursing, Dr. Faller has taken on roles of increasing responsibility and, throughout her tenure, she has led sales teams, implemented de novo service lines, and provided leadership for both information technology and human resources. Currently, Dr. Faller leads a team of approximately 200 staff in credentialing, education, and clinical service areas under a Shared Services model.
Active in the healthcare industry, Dr. Faller holds board positions with the Alliance for Ethical International Recruitment Practices and the Community Health Improvement Partners. She is also on The Joint Commission advisory council for the Healthcare Staffing Services Certification program. Dr. Faller earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Arizona, a Master of Science and Doctor of Science in Nursing from the University of San Diego. She is currently on faculty in the School of Nursing at University of San Diego, where she teaches business courses to nurses in both the master’s and doctoral programs.