Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1101
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Date Created: 11/02/15
Health Care in America Carol Cornwell Strickland PhD RN Associate Professor of Nursing Georgia Southern Univers ty School of Nursing HEALTH STATISTICS GEORGIA vs National 7 Per capita spent on health care 7 Uninsured populations US amp GA Uninsured 2003 Per Cap ita Uninsured Spending UnderAge65 Children Total US 5247 366 118 156 GA 4891 412 131 163 Source Halthmre Geurgaruundauun HEALTH CARE IN AMERICA gt Types of Occupations gtHealth Care Settings gt Levels of Prevention Levels of Care 0 Primary 0 Secondary Tertiary US Nursing Shortage gtThe Nursing Shortage gtWhy do we have a Shortage gtHow do education and Staf ng affect patient care gtHow will we address the nursing Shortage Nursing Shortage gtUS Bureau ofLabor Statistics I By 2012 shortage will 1 million I RN s Top occupation forjob growth now until 2012 gtHealth Resources amp Service Administration HRSA I 30 States had shortages ofRNs in 2000 Nursing Shortage gt NCSBN 7 The number of RNs sitting for State Boards decreased by 10 from 1995 to 2004 gt American Hospital Association 7 126000 RNs needed now 7 75 of all hospital Vacancies are for RN I 44 States will have RN shortage by 2020 Positions Why Do We Have An RN Number of Shortage C andidates Decreases gt Enrollments 7 Fnrollrnenm in school are not growing fast enough to meet projected demand for nurses over the next 10 years gt Faculty Shortages 7 In 20045 schools turned away 32797 students because there were not enough faculty 7 In the South there is a 12 shortfall in the number of faculty needed ms m 51 m m Why Do We Have An RN Shortage gt Graying of the Workforce I Fewer enrollments OLDER RN workforce I In 32000 Mean age ofRNs 43 3 yo How do education and staffing affect patient care How do education and staf ng affect patient care I In 2004 40 of Americans think quality of care has worsened in the past 5 years I Consumers think 7 Medical errors due to I Workload stress 74 I Too linle times with patients 70 I Too few nurses 69 How will we address the nursing shortage Addressing the RN Shortage I Money to recruit students and faculty Increase the number of PhDDNP faculty in Schools for Nursing I Increased funding for School of Nursing programs I National Media Campaigns 7 Nurses for a Healthier Tomorrow 7 Campaliign for Nursing s Future WWW lscovem I National Nursing Organizations httpwww aacnnche eduMedia short ag eresource htmabout httpnurs ingworldorg httpchhsgeorgiasouthernedunursing resourcesbeanurse4indexhtm httpwwwaskhrsagovHlthProfcfm httpbhprhrsa govhealthworkforcere portsrnpopulationprelimina findings m httpbhprhrsagovdsa Self Evaluation Exercise for Lesson 01 Theory amp Research Textbook Definition Your Definition Sociological perspective Seeing the general in the strange Common sense Social structure Latent Symbolicinteraction Auguste Comte H E B Du Harriet Martineau Karl MarX George H Merton Spencer MaX Weber Self Evaluation Exercise for Lesson 01 Meet the Theorist Self Evaluation Exercise for Research Term Textbook Definition Your Definition Steps Process Hypothesis Variable group group Validity Survey Participant Observation
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