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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28926754/training-needs-analysis-the-essential-first-step-for-continuing-professional-development-design
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Kathryn Holloway, Kerri Arcus, Georgina Orsborn
Nursing services are expected to be dynamic in response to changing health care needs. This expectation requires the purposeful and effective development of nursing workforce capability through continuing professional development (CPD). An evidence based approach to training needs analysis (TNA) is a highly recommended yet often missing first step in designing a CPD strategy for service improvement. This study used the Hicks-Hennessey questionnaire, a validated TNA tool to inform regional educational commissioning to meet the aims of a community social sector trial (SST) project...
September 5, 2017: Nurse Education in Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28922040/professional-generational-and-gender-differences-in-perception-of-organisational-values-among-israeli-physicians-and-nurses-implications-for-retention
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Sigalit Warshawski, Sivia Barnoy, Ilya Kagan
The global health workforce today is more age diverse than ever before and spans three generations: baby boomers, X and Y generations. Each generation has a distinct set of characteristics, values, and beliefs. This diversity can lead to increased creativity and a greater richness of values and skills, but at the same time it can also lead to value clashes, disrespect, and conflicts. This study aimed to examine professional, generational, and gender differences in the perception of the importance of organisational values among nurses and physicians working in both hospitals and outpatient clinics in Israel...
September 18, 2017: Journal of Interprofessional Care
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28912954/evaluation-of-the-current-landscape-of-respiratory-nurse-specialists-in-the-uk-planning-for-the-future-needs-of-patients
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Janelle Yorke, Sam Prigmore, Matt Hodson, Carol Stonham, Hannah Long, Sarah Bellhouse, Monica Fletcher, Sheila Edwards
INTRODUCTION: The National Health Service currently faces significant challenges and must optimise effective workforce planning and management. There are increasing concerns regarding poor workforce planning for respiratory medicine; a greater understanding of the role of respiratory nurse specialists will inform better workforce planning and management. METHODS: This was a survey study. Two surveys were administered: an organisational-level survey and an individual respiratory nurse survey...
2017: BMJ Open Respiratory Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28893270/the-impact-of-the-advanced-practice-nursing-role-on-quality-of-care-clinical-outcomes-patient-satisfaction-and-cost-in-the-emergency-and-critical-care-settings-a-systematic-review
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REVIEW
Brigitte Fong Yeong Woo, Jasmine Xin Yu Lee, Wilson Wai San Tam
BACKGROUND: The prevalence of chronic illness and multimorbidity rises with population aging, thereby increasing the acuity of care. Consequently, the demand for emergency and critical care services has increased. However, the forecasted requirements for physicians have shown a continued shortage. Among efforts underway to search for innovations to strengthen the workforce, there is a heightened interest to have nurses in advanced practice participate in patient care at a great extent...
September 11, 2017: Human Resources for Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28853669/future-of-nursing-in-scotland
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Jennifer Trueland
There is much to like in Scotland's Nursing 2030 Vision, but its success will depend on its implementation. As the name suggests, the document, published in July, sets out a strategy for what nursing in Scotland should look like in 2030. It considers what is done well and what should change, and how to deal with future demands, such as the ageing population and workforce.
August 30, 2017: Nursing Management (Harrow)
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28836694/elements-of-a-sustainable-competent-and-empathetic-workforce-to-support-patients-with-dementia-during-an-acute-hospital-stay-a-comprehensive-literature-review
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REVIEW
Joanne Brooke, Omorogieva Ojo
Internationally, there has been a focus on the development of acute hospital workforces to support and care for people with dementia. Recommendations and initiatives to improve person-centred care in acute hospitals have included: education and training, dementia-specific roles, clinical leads, and environment changes. The aim of this literature review is to understand the elements of a sustainable, competent, and empathetic acute hospital workforce providing person-centred care for patients with dementia. The following databases were searched for literature published in English from January 1, 2006, to August 1, 2016: CINHAL, MEDLINE, PsychINFO, PubMed, and Science Direct...
August 24, 2017: International Journal of Health Planning and Management
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28805350/predicting-student-success-in-nurse-practitioner-programs
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Angela Richard-Eaglin
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Criteria for admission to nurse practitioner (NP) and other professional programs provide a snapshot of students' potential for success in those programs. Critical examination of admission criteria is a vital component of ensuring timely matriculation and completion of NP programs. The purpose of the current study was to examine the relationship between admission criteria and student progression and completion of NP programs. METHODS: A retrospective review of 150 randomly selected student records from a total of 232 available records was conducted...
August 14, 2017: Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28800618/the-workforce-trends-of-nurses-in-lebanon-2009-2014-a-registration-database-analysis
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Mohamad Alameddine, Nariman Chamoun, Rachel Btaiche, Nour El Arnaout, Nathalie Richa, Helen Samaha-Nuwayhid
BACKGROUND: Analysis of the nursing registration databases is a highly informative approach that provides accurate and reliable information supporting evidence based decisions relevant to the nursing workforce planning, management and development. This study presents the first systematic analysis of the nursing registration database in Lebanon. It Reports on the workforce distribution and trends using an updated version of the Order of Nurses in Lebanon (ONL) databases. METHODS: This study presents a secondary data analysis of a de-identified subset of the updated ONL registration database...
2017: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28800502/spotlight-on-equality-of-employment-opportunities-a-qualitative-study-of-job-seeking-experiences-of-graduating-nurses-and-physiotherapists-from-black-and-minority-ethnic-backgrounds
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John Hammond, Sylvie Marshall-Lucette, Nigel Davies, Fiona Ross, Ruth Harris
BACKGROUND: There is growing attention in the UK and internationally to the representation of black and minority ethnic groups in healthcare education and the workplace. Although the NHS workforce is very diverse, ethnic minorities are unevenly spread across occupations, and considerably underrepresented in senior positions. Previous research has highlighted that this inequality also exists at junior levels with newly qualified nurses from non-White/British ethnic groups being less likely to get a job at graduation than their White/British colleagues...
August 1, 2017: International Journal of Nursing Studies
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28770660/exploring-the-synergic-effects-of-nursing-home-work-on-work-related-musculoskeletal-disorders-among-nursing-assistants
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Shirley S Y Ching, Grace Szeto, Godfrey Kin Bun Lai, Xiao Bin Lai, Ying Tung Chan, Kin Cheung
Little is known about how nursing assistants (NAs) perceive the nature of their work and how their work contributes to work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs). This qualitative study addressed these gaps. Twenty-four NAs with WMSDs working in four nursing homes participated in semistructured focus group interviews. Their WMSDs were not limited to the lower back but involved several body parts. The risk factors for WMSDs included physical, psychosocial, organizational, and personal factors as well as coworkers and clients...
August 1, 2017: Workplace Health & Safety
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28760795/workforce-characteristics-and-interventions-associated-with-high-quality-care-and-support-to-older-people-with-cancer-a-systematic-review
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Jackie Bridges, Grace Lucas, Theresa Wiseman, Peter Griffiths
OBJECTIVES: To provide an overview of the evidence base on the effectiveness of workforce interventions for improving the outcomes for older people with cancer, as well as analysing key features of the workforce associated with those improvements. DESIGN: Systematic review. METHODS: Relevant databases were searched for primary research, published in English, reporting on older people and cancer and the outcomes of interventions to improve workforce knowledge, attitudes or skills; involving a change in workforce composition and/or skill mix; and/or requiring significant workforce reconfiguration or new roles...
July 31, 2017: BMJ Open
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28755665/the-effectiveness-of-nurse-residency-programs-on-retention-a-systematic-review
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Jennifer Van Camp, Sharon Chappy
New graduates account for the highest numbers of nurses entering and exiting the profession. Turnover is costly, especially in specialty settings. Nurse residency programs are used to retain new graduates and assist with their transition to nursing practice. The purpose of this systematic review of the literature was to examine new graduate nurse residency programs, residents' perceived satisfaction, and retention rates, and to make recommendations for implementation in perioperative settings. Results indicate increased retention rates for new graduates participating in residency programs and that residency participants experienced greater satisfaction with their orientation than those not participating in residency programs...
August 2017: AORN Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28689106/reinstating-district-nursing-a-uk-perspective
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Hannah Morris
As policy directives gather pace for service provision to be delivered in primary care, district nursing has not been recognised as a valuable asset to facilitate this agenda. Investment in district nursing and specialist district nursing education has fallen. This is concurrent with an ageing district nursing workforce, a lack of recruitment and growing caseloads, as district nursing adapts to meet the challenges of the complexities of contemporary healthcare in the community. The district nurse role is complex and multifaceted and includes working collaboratively and creatively to coordinate care...
September 2017: Nurse Education in Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28676120/the-dream-team-for-sexual-reproductive-maternal-newborn-and-adolescent-health-an-adjusted-service-target-model-to-estimate-the-ideal-mix-of-health-care-professionals-to-cover-population-need
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Petra Ten Hoope-Bender, Andrea Nove, Laura Sochas, Zoë Matthews, Caroline S E Homer, Francisco Pozo-Martin
BACKGROUND: A competent, enabled and efficiently deployed health workforce is crucial to the achievement of the health-related sustainable development goals (SDGs). Methods for workforce planning have tended to focus on 'one size fits all' benchmarks, but because populations vary in terms of their demography (e.g. fertility rates) and epidemiology (e.g. HIV prevalence), the level of need for sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn and adolescent health (SRMNAH) workers also varies, as does the ideal composition of the workforce...
July 4, 2017: Human Resources for Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28662639/equitable-resourcing-of-primary-health-care-in-remote-communities-in-australia-s-northern-territory-a-pilot-study
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John Wakerman, Lisa Sparrow, Susan L Thomas, John S Humphreys, Mike Jones
BACKGROUND: Improved Primary Health Care (PHC) utilisation is central to reducing the unacceptable morbidity and mortality rates characterising populations living in remote communities. Despite poorer health, significant inequity characterises the funding of PHC services in Australia's most remote areas. This pilot study sought to ascertain what funding is required to ensure equitable access to sustainable, high quality primary health care irrespective of geographical remoteness of communities...
June 29, 2017: BMC Family Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28646523/does-clinical-placement-in-a-community-alcohol-and-other-drugs-rehabilitation-centre-influence-students-career-intention
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Yenna Salamonson, Lucie M Ramjan, Amy R Villarosa, Brahm Marjadi
Due to an ageing workforce, there is a growing need for greater numbers of nurses to work in areas, such as mental health and alcohol and other drugs (AOD) rehabilitation. These practitioners need to approach their work as 'recovery-oriented practitioners'. Positive experiences and preceptorship during clinical placement in AOD rehabilitation settings might influence students' later career choices and address some of the workforce shortage issues. The aim of the present concurrent, mixed-methods study was to explore students' perceptions of their clinical placement experience in a community-based AOD rehabilitation setting, and to examine attitude, career intention, and satisfaction with the placement...
June 23, 2017: International Journal of Mental Health Nursing
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28642541/can-uk-undergraduate-dental-programmes-provide-training-in-non-surgical-facial-aesthetics
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T W M Walker, F Gately, S Stagnell, A Kerai, C Mills, S Thomas
Aim Recently, more and more dentists have found themselves engaging in the delivery of non-surgical facial aesthetics (NSFA) as part of their regular practice routine. NSFA is a growing field in aesthetic medicine that is practised by a range of clinicians including doctors, dentists and registered prescriber nurses and is an industry estimated to be worth over £3 billion in the UK alone. In the past few years, several public scandals in aesthetic medicine have prompted reactions by several bodies including the Government and Royal Colleges...
June 23, 2017: British Dental Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28639384/nurses-attitudes-towards-older-people-care-an-integrative-review
#18
REVIEW
Kathy L Rush, Stormee Hickey, Sheila Epp, Robert Janke
AIMS/OBJECTIVES: To examine hospital nurses' attitudes towards caring for older adults and delineate associated factors contributing to their attitudes. BACKGROUND: Population aging is of international significance. A nursing workforce able to care for the ageing population is critical for ensuring quality older adult care. A synthesis of research related to nurses' attitudes towards older adult care is important for informing care quality and the nursing workforce issues...
June 21, 2017: Journal of Clinical Nursing
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28628067/identifying-and-describing-nurse-faculty-workload-issues-a-looming-faculty-shortage
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Nancy Phoenix Bittner, Cynthia Francis Bechtel
AIM: The purpose of this project was to address factors contributing to the nurse faculty shortage. BACKGROUND: There is a demonstrated need to sustain and stabilize faculty currently in the workforce to avoid exacerbating the current and future faculty shortage in nursing. Recommendations of previous studies focus on strategies for recruitment, retention, and ongoing faculty development. METHOD: A survey was employed to identify and describe the workload of nurse faculty and identify the impact of retirement and other retention issues...
July 2017: Nursing Education Perspectives
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28616221/time-timing-talking-and-training-findings-from-an-exploratory-action-research-study-to-improve-quality-of-end-of-life-care-for-minority-ethnic-kidney-patients
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Emma Wilkinson, Gurch Randhawa, Edwina Brown, Maria Da Silva Gane, John Stoves, Graham Warwick, Tahira Mir, Regina Magee, Sue Sharman, Ken Farrington
Background. With an ageing and increasingly diverse population at risk from rising levels of obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease, including kidney complications, there is a need to provide quality care at all stages in the care pathway including at the end of life and to all patients. Aim. This study purposively explored South Asian patients' experiences of kidney end of life care to understand how services can be delivered in a way that meets diverse patient needs. Methods. Within an action research design 14 focus groups (45 care providers) of kidney care providers discussed the recruitment and analysis of individual interviews with 16 South Asian kidney patients (eight men, eight women)...
June 2017: Clinical Kidney Journal
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