Educated Nurses Many non-U.S.-educated nurses are from countries with transitional economies, such as the Philippines, where the health care system is substantially different from that of the U.S.A. Nurses from countries with transitional economies have RN licensure exam pass rates significantly lower than that of U.S. nursing school graduate."
Matching nurses with the right situation is problematic for medical professionals in today's world where health care demands have taken over many segments of the culture and economy. The ability for quick and easy global travel has also created a new environment where foreigners are working in countries not of their native origin. These ideas meet in Neff et al. (2013) article that examined the utilization of non-U.S. educated nurses in U.S. hospitals and how these actions affected patient outcomes, and specifically hospital mortality as the primary outcome.
The problem associated with this research deals with determining how and under what circumstances U.S. hospital employment of non-U.S. educated nurses is associated with how that hospital performs. The problem is that there is little to no information regarding this immigrant workforce being employed in this scenario. According to the authors "concerns about the potential impact of non-U.S.-educated nurses on ...
Protection of Human Participants / Data Collection
The design of this study took place in the form of an observational study of primary data taken from three sources: (i) a 2006 -- 2007 survey of registered nurses who were employed by hospitals in the four states; (ii) patient discharge data that was available from state agencies and; (iii) the American Hospital Association Annual (AHA) Survey of hospitals. The data nor the data collection methods impinged upon the human participants, or nurses, who gave their data that was used in the analysis of this study.
Data Analysis, Data Management
Both data from nurses and patients was used to help guide the research into the correct and proper areas of inquiry. "Non-U.S.-educated nurses were self-identified from a survey item that asked nurses about the country where they received their basic nursing education. We estimated the percentage of non-U.S.-educated RNs per hospital by dividing the number of non-U.S.-educated nurses in each hospital that responded to the survey by the total number of RNs that responded in each hospital." Nurse job satisfaction was also analyzed in this research with one single question, asking the nurses to rate their job satisfaction and how that impacted patient results. Data from the…
Many non-U.S.-educated nurses are from countries with transitional economies, such as the Philippines, where the health care system is substantially different from that of the U.S.A. Nurses from countries with transitional economies have RN licensure exam pass rates significantly lower than that of U.S. nursing school graduate."
Nurses The nursing profession has always attempted to put forward a positive, clean and healthful image. Throughout history the nursing industry has tried to portray nurses as angels of mercy, and as ethically upstanding, helpful healthcare professionals, just a few steps down from doctors in terms of medical needs. But lately the images of nurses has changed and not always for the best. This paper critiques the images of nurses
Nurses Perception: Effects of the New Sickle Cell Disease Program on the Management and Care Ofadults With Sickle Cell Disease Description of the relationship between extant literature and the hypothesis Description of the research design Description of research methodology Description of study subjects Description of Instrumentation or Treatment Description of data collection procedures Nurses Perception: Effects of the New Sickle Cell Disease Program on the Management and Care of Adults with Sickle Cell Disease. The purpose of this
American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses Why Organization Exists Community Interaction Effect on Society Organization's Effect on Social Change Structure Power and Outcomes Leadership Decision Making Communications Change Environments and Relationship Effectiveness Theory The responsibility of any nursing professional is to ensure that they are fully prepared to do the best possible job that they can do to maintain good patient outcomes. The best possible way for a professional to ensure preparedness is to begin with a solid foundation of general nursing education. Yet, this
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Legislation of Foreign Nurses Practicing in the United States The United States Health Care system is undergoing a major crisis of nurse-staffing shortage. A survey conducted by the American Hospital Association -- AHA of 715 hospitals performed during spring 2001 showed that a vacancy of 126,000 positions of registered nurses prevails through out the nation. The International Council of Nurses -- ICN, a federation of 125 nursing organizations indicated it to
Legislation Pertaining to Foreign Nurses Practicing in the United States Discuss the process that this legislation will go through, referencing the steps to the legislative and administrative process The Rural and Urban Health Care Act of 2001 (S 1259 and HR 2705) dramatically expanded the existing H-1C temporary nursing visa program established in 1999. Before, there were only three ways that foreign-educated nurses could get permission to enter the United States to