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Who Will Care For You? WA Hospitals Face a Personnel Crisis by Washington State Hospital Association

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front cover photos upper row left to right dan lane mri supervisor university of washington medical center seattle joanne callahan mammography coordinator providence toppenish hospital toppenish dr ben and patient children s hospital and regional medical center seattle heather cochran r.n emergency department harrison memorial hospital bremerton lower row left to right robbi landry r.n pediatrics holy family hospital spokane clara coffman n.a c lincoln hospital davenport melissa christiansen recreational therapist and childlife specialist harborview medical center seattle linda bradley r.n c.d.e cardiac rehabilitation southwest washington medical center vancouver rafael agudo sleep lab technologist harborview medical center seattle back cover photos left to right harrison memorial hospital bremerton melinda farmer r.n and resident vada yount assisted living garden oasis columbia basin hospital ephrata larry lannigan laboratory technician sunnyside community hospital sunnyside w

pipeline today most registered nurses receive their education from either one in three nurses under 30 a two-year associate degree proplans to leave the profession gram or a four-year bachelor s degree program three-year regiswithin a year tered nursing programs are increasingly rare between 1991/92 and 1996/97 the number of registered nursing degrees awarded per 100,000 residents in washington state decreased by four percent.50 a nursing executive center report shows that nationwide between 1993 and 1996 enrollment in diploma programs dropped 42 percent and enrollment in associate degree programs declined 11 percent.51 age distribution of registered nurses employed in nursing pacific census division 1988-1996 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 under 30 12 8 5 1988 1992 1996 34 35 32 30 27 25 21 17 18 13 11 10 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 bureau of health professions health resources and services administration united states department of health and human services hrsa state health workforce prof

hospital and health care solutions strategic planning hospitals should initiate their work on the personnel shortage by completing a strategic planning process beginning with the hospital board all of a hospital s leadership should be involved in addressing the shortage much of this work should involve data analysis and improving the hospital work environment things hospital boards can do to ease a worker shortage 1 2 3 4 appoint a non-physician clinician from the community to the hospital board ask the public relations department to frequently contact the media to tell stories about inspiring workers take steps to maximize worker efficiency use computers to reduce paperwork free up skilled workers by hiring aides to do simple routine tasks promote your hospital s reputation as a good environment for new workers establish an affiliation with a local college to serve as a clinical training site implement a strong mentoring program for new workers avoid worker burnout by taking steps t is not a reseller or dealer of Washington State Hospital Association.

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