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Recruiting and retaining Army nurses

George W. Thomas

Recruiting and retaining Army nurses

an annotated bibliography, 1990

by George W. Thomas

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nurses,
  • United States,
  • United States. Army,
  • Recruiting, enlistment

  • About the Edition

    This listing of annotated references includes studies dealing with the labor market behavior of registered nurses. References describing both the military and the civilian working environments for RNs are contained in the bibliography. Because the Army must recruit and retain nurses in the context of the national labor market for nurses, a broad perspective was maintained in selecting publications. Studies dealing with the factors influential in attracting and retaining Army Active Duty and Reserve nurses are emphasized. The major subject areas of research are delineated on the basis of a supply-and- demand approach to the current nurse "shortage". These materials should assist researchers and policymakers in identifying factors relevant to the career decisio

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesNPS-AS-91-003.
    StatementGeorge W. Thomas, Benjamin J. Roberts, Kathryn M. Kocher
    ContributionsRoberts, Benjamin J., Kocher, Kathryn M., Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.). Dept. of Administrative Sciences
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 65 p. ;
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25495556M

    Precision Retention is designed to sustain unit readiness and force alignment through the reenlistment and reclassification of Soldiers. Precision Retention is broken down into two parts: Shortages: This identifies MOSs that are under strength and offer Soldiers promotion opportunities and monetary incentives for reclassification into the MOSs. May 13,  · WASHINGTON (AFPN) -- The nurse shortage is a growing national and international problem, but Air Force officials are taking several measures to sustain its 3, person active-duty nurse corps, the Air Force’s assistant surgeon general for nursing services told a Senate panel May “The nurse shortage continues to pose an enormous challenge, and we need to maintain robust recruiting .

    Apr 14,  · nurse recruiting & retention strategies and beyond maryalicia verdecchia december 5, 2. AGENDA • Understand the next generation of nurses (Generation Z) • Future healthcare concerns for recruiting • Strategies for recruiting nurses (and all positions) • Strategies for increasing nurse retention • Results of a successful. Department of the Army Historical Summary: FY 5. Manning the Army. In his State of the Union address, delivered before a joint session of Congress on 23 January , shortly after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, President Jimmy Carter announced his decision to .

    US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC), Fort Knox, KY. , likes · 3, talking about this. This is the official Facebook page for US Army Recruiting Followers: K. Aug 16,  · Fixing the Recruiting and Retention Problems in Britain’s NHS a record number of nurses leaving for better conditions elsewhere. more on locum agency fees alone than on recruiting.


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If loan repayment is taken, they can only. The Nursing Shortage is an excellent resource that can be used by nurse managers to generate ideas ultimately leading to the development of recruitment and retention strategies."--Mary Magee Gullatte, MN, RN, ANP, AOCN, FAAMA, Director of Nursing for Inpatient Oncology and Transplant Services, Emory University Hospital, Atlanta GeorgiaCited by: 5.

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Nov 22,  · Recruiting and Retention College. The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the United States Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) of this Web site or the information, products or services contained therein. The following addresses steps for recruiting primary care clinicians.

Recruiting the right primary care provider is vital to the day-to-day operations of a community health center (CHC). As we go through the following steps, it is important to remember the Recruitment and Retention team at your facility could be comprised of one person or twenty.

Additionally, when RN turnover is high, morale, patient care and recruitment suffer. On the other hand, retaining experienced nurses leads to stronger teams, better morale, improved care and significant cost savings. Strategies to Retain Nurses.

The first step to develop a retention strategy is identifying the factors that motivate nurses to stay. Military nursing shares many similarities to civilian nursing, in which the common goal is to treat patients and promote their well-being.

However, military nursing is a career under starkly different circumstances. Military nurses might work either at home or in foreign countries. continuity of care. Recruitment and retention of staff at all levels and in most settings are perceived to be major problems, although the scale varies geographically.

This report presents findings from research in England undertaken in to inform debates about a. Regular Army (RA) and U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Soldiers assigned or at-tached to: the U.S. Army Recruiting Command (USAREC); the Recruiting and Retention School (RRS), Fort Jackson, SC, as instructors for the Army Recruiter Course (ARC) or in recruiting related courses; the U.S.

ATTRITION OF ARMY NURSE CORPS OFFICERS: LOOKING AT FACTORS THAT AFFECT RETENTION AND RECRUITMENT OF ARMY NURSE CORPS OFFICERS, by MAJ Pablito R. Gahol, pages. Nursing shortage has been a challenge for the U.S.

Army Nurse Corps. Currently, it is short of its budgeted end strength and continues to have an increasing number of nursesCited by: 5. authored more than publications on those topics. Recent books include. Using Survey Data to Study Disability: Results from the National Health Survey on Disability, co-edited with B.M.

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Put simply, improved nurse retention enables and supports improved care. The Impact on the nurse (workload and working conditions) The age profile of the nursing workforce along with the fact that the vast majority of nurses in most organisations are women will also be factors to consider when looking.

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Cloud State. Military Clinician Retention Metrics. 12/22/ Home; A New Opportunity for Recruiting and Retaining Direct Care Workers in the Long-Term Care Field The Future Supply of Long-Term annual retention rate among active component military nurses was higher than that of military physicians and military dentists (GAO, ).

The new nurses also can participate in research and report at the hospital’s annual research day. “Recognition is important,” said Mary Ann Radioli, MA, RN, director of nurse recruitment and retention for Maimonides, which offers several recognition programs. Retention also requires a practice environment attractive to nurses.

Chapter Ten The Shortage Intensifies O ne major and recurring issue that the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) faced during the s was a critical, wide-ranging shortage implications for Army Nurse Corps recruiting.

In63, students expected the Army documented retention rates (the percentage of Army nurses who chose to remain. Sample written plan for health care provider recruitment and retention.

May 11,  · Last year, the Florida Center for Nursing instituted a recruitment and retention program to encourage medical facilities to apply for small grants to launch their own unique programs.

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Identifies measures to attract. Identifies measures to retain. Applies current literature. Presentation is creative. Includes resources in APA. THE END McConnell, C.

R., (). The health care manager's: Human resources handbook (2nd ed). Burlington, MA: Jones & Barlett. SOCIAL.Contents Summary xi 1 Recruiting, Retention, and End Strength in the Army 1 Recruiting Trends 4 Retention Trends 10 The Effectiveness of Recruiting and Retention Incentives and Resources 15 Ongoing Operations and Future Recruiting and Retention 25 Implications of Recruiting and Retention .Nurse Manager’s Guide to Retention & Recruitment With the current nursing shortage, recruiting and retaining the best nurses has implications for all levels of practice and all care delivery settings.

Nurse Manager’s Guide to Retention and Recruitment is a user-friendly guide for.