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Hr Human Resources Management (Mmha - 6220 - 3)

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HR Discussion WK2
Topic #1 Negative Afandiyeva, Ulduz;
Discussion:   Debate Topic #4
Resolved: That a cohesive international effort should be made to restrict the movement of physicians and nurses from developing to developed nations.

    Workforce planning is a critical element of an organizational strategy and helps the organization to achieve its goals. The goal of healthcare workforce planning   is to “provide the right number of healthcare workers with the right knowledge, skills, attitudes and qualifications, performing the right tasks in the right place at the right time”(International Centre for Human Resources in Nursing 2008).Having   an access to health care is an important requisite of human right and social justice but access cannot be guaranteed without a sufficient number of health professionals. The global shortage of healthcare workforce called as a “crisis”. The statistics of severe maldistrubition and overall shortages getting worse and it is alarming. No doubt that failure to deal with health care personal shortages will lead to failure to maintain and improve health care as an end result. The main reasons for the shortage are 1)increased demand,2) supply changes.
    Nurses are the largest single component of the healthcare workforce, with estimated 2.8 million nurses in active practice(Bureau of Labor Statistics 2013). With a 20 percent increase in new nursing positions and a third of all current RNs expected to retire by 2020,the United States will need another 1.1 million registered nurses and advanced practice registered nurses, such as nurse practitioners, in the next five years. Those shortages are expected to worsen by 2030, driven partly by people living with multiple chronic conditions such as obesity and diabetes. When an area doesn’t have enough health professionals, it is designated as a Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA)   “needs met” percentages, Nationally, that rate is 60.41 percent, according to data from the Henry...

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