Published January 2001
by Rider .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||73|
A historical perspective on the nursing shortage Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Medsurg nursing: official journal of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses 16(2) May. Linda Aiken's instructive article, “The Nurse Labor Market”, should allow us to put the phenomena of “Here again gone again” nursing shortages in proper perspective. We learn that “shortages” are Cited by: 1. A Historical Perspective” states that the nursing shortage has been cyclical, with those in the higher positions in healthcare administration and schools not always believing there is a shortage. (Egenes) In her book she goes on to say that the nursing field has corrected itself with the number of nurses available to patients and shifted when the workload wasn’t as demanding. Journals & Books; Register Sign in. Policy Perspectives. The nursing shortage—A Washington Post columnist's perspective But the latest news on the nursing shortage is a warning for everyone to listen to what nurses are saying. (Editor's note: It makes Cited by: 1.
Nursing Shortage E-Book Available June 9, American Sentinel University’s new e-book, ‘ The Nursing Shortage: Help Wanted ’ examines the current state of the nursing shortage and why it’s a job-seeker’s market for experienced and well-educated nurses in the years ahead. Comments on the shortage of nurses in the United States. Information on the nursing workforce; Suggestions from the report `Perspectives on the Nursing Shortage: A Blueprint for Action,' by the American Organization of Nurse Executives; Views on the changing health care system in the country. Nursing shortage crisis should make you feel sick. The U.S. is projected to experience a shortage of Registered Nurses (RNs) that is expected to intensify as Baby Boomers age and the need for health care grows. AACN's nursing shortage fact sheet shares current and projected shortage indicators, contributing factors impacting the nursing shortage and patient care, and efforts to address the shortage. In a clinical unit, for example, numerous nursing tasks need to be performed by a group of nurses during a specific shift (unit-level workload). The type and amount of workload of nurses is partly determined by the type of unit and specialty (e.g., intensive care unit [ICU] nurse versus general floor nurse Cited by:
Earning a nursing degree can help you gain the skills and critical thinking abilities to help mitigate potential risks of a nursing shortage. The online RN-Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing programs at the University of Saint Mary emphasize these areas as well as more advanced studies of nursing practice. Request more information call us at to discover . The aging nursing workforce, low unemployment, and the global nature of this shortage compound the usual factors that contribute to nursing shortages. For sustained change and assurance of an adequate supply of nurses, solutions must be developed in several areas: education, healthcare deliver systems, policy and regulations, and image. 1. When describing the current nursing shortage to a group of students, the instructors would include which of the following? A) Similarity in scope to that experienced in the early s B) A result of both a reduced supply of nurses and increased demand for nursing services C) Resolvable by bringing unemployed nurses or part-time nurses back full-time D) Most likely not lasting for more than. Nursing, Ethics, and Healthcare Policy: Bridging Local, National and International Perspectives: /ch This chapter examines and analyzes ethical problems associated with the global nursing shortage, the international recruitment of nurses, and the strategiesAuthor: Marilyn Jaffe-Ruiz, Sarah Matulis, Patricia Sayre.