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Continuing Problem of Shortages of Nurses

divert status at least three times a week for the last year, with the exception of the only level one trauma center in Nevada, whi...

Issues, Problems, and Solutions Regarding Nursing Shortages

is not being replaced by individuals wishing to go into nursing or the health care environment. This has been shown by a slow decr...

The Difficult Problem of the Nursing Shortage

Statistics expects that number to rise to more than one million in less than 20 years. The American Nurses Association and Monste...

Canada and the Problem of Hospital Nursing Shortages

In eight pages this paper discusses Canada's nursing shortage problems as they pertain to the hospital environment. Eight sources...

Faculty Shortages and Shortages in Nursing

up billboards offering cash incentives, while nursing schools also originated creative means of recruiting more students (Wells). ...

Nursing Shortage & Patient Safety

established that nurses are often involved in the "timely identification of complications," which, if acted upon swiftly, prevent ...

Health Care Staff Shortages

nurses by 2012 to eliminate the shortage (Rosseter, 2009). By 2020, the District of Columbia along with at least 44 states will ha...

U.S. Nursing Shortage

Roughly 50 percent of the current working nursing population will retire within the next 15 years (Mee and Robinson, 2003). Adding...

Nursing Faculty Shortage

nurses are part of this generation and a large majority of nurses are retiring. It has been estimated that 50 percent of the count...

Addressing the Nursing Shortage

be increased substantially, of course, by those immigrants families who would likely be admitted to the country as well. The inte...

Economic Indicators 2006

Budget Office forecasts that gross domestic product will grow by 3.6 percent after inflation (in "real" terms) this year and by 3....

Agency & Traveling RNs

(Green, 2004a). A travel nurse, on the other hand, is typically contracted to work a 13-week period, and this usually includes an ...

Annotated Bibliography/Nursing Shortage & Foreign Recruitment

A pertinent issue to foreign nurse recruitment, as a method for alleviating the shortage of nurses in US hospitals, is the number ...

Nursing Shortage

higher nurse-to-patient ratios suffer an increased rate of burnout and experience greater dissatisfaction with their jobs. In resp...

Retention/Recruitment & Canadian Nursing Shortage

30 months, as this is when between 13 and 28 percent of senior nurses are due to retire (Sibbald, 2003). Currently, close to a thi...

Patient Simulators/Human Patients in Nursing Education

age. Therefore, the patient population is increasing. This factor is also influenced by the fact that that the huge lump in the Am...

Lone Star College System Analyasis

The crisis of a nursing shortage will continue for at least another three years. Some colleges have added additional programs in a...

Problems of Retaining Nurses

and Robinson, 2003). Another element complicating the problem is the fact that in the early 1990s, many hospitals restructured a...

Nursing Management/Retention Issues

that not only were nurses retained but that everyone on staff is motivated to be actively engaged and involved in the work environ...

Technology Helps Health Care

a drivable distance. This rural population currently exceeds 35 million in the country (America Telemedicine Association, 2007). ...

Residencies for Registered Nurses

It is well known that there is a significant shortage of registered nurses that will continue to grow. There is a difference of op...

Policies and Health Care

This essay is about proposed policies and legislation that addressed the nursing shortage. It also brings in proposed changed to M...

Nursing Shortage

information about the shortage of nurses and the consequences. This was achieved as demonstrated in the following brief report of ...

U.S. Nursing Shortage

that they are often asked to take care of more patients with higher acuity levels than they have in the past (Hassmiller and Cozin...

Nurse Managers and Their Role in Nursing Shortages

the central problem is often the inappropriate use of unlicensed personnel in the workplace setting. Though nurse mangers are ins...

Leadership and Management in Nursing

management, in recent years, has been quite extensive. This body of empirical evidence and commentary largely supports the concept...

Why Nurses Leave Clinical Practice?

change the position before completing three years of clinical practice (MacKusick and Minick, 2010). This research article is very...

Nursing Staff Selection and Retention

This paper discusses the problem of the nursing shortage and its impact on nursing recruitment and retention. Six pages in length,...

Shortage of Nursing Faculty

educators in the past, are lured away from academia by better-paying positions in clinical and private practice (Mee, 2003). Furth...

Role of Nurse Educator

employability: The role of nurse educator requires an advanced practice nursing degree at the graduate levels of masters and docto...