How Not to Solve the Nursing Shortage: Why the Most Popular Proposals to Solve the Shortage Won't Work
Auditorium, Chemical and Life Sciences Laboratory
602 South Goodwin Avenue
There is an acute shortage of health care providers, especially nursing care providers, creating a situation only expected to grow worse in the coming years. Suzanne Gordon considers a variety of proposals from nursing organizations and legislative sources intended to correct this problem. She presents alternative analyses, solutions and messages to address the problem of why nursing, as it is currently perceived, is not a long term satisfying career and how it can become a career of choice for both men and women.
Hosted by: The Nursing Institute
In conjunction with: College of Applied Life Studies, College of Law, College of Medicine, Department of Community Health, Department of Journalism, Department of Sociology, Institute of Communications Research, Institute of Government and Public Affairs, Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, Medical Humanities and Social Sciences Program, Medical Scholars Program, Program in Health Economics, Policy, and Management, School of Social Work, Women's Studies Program, Provena Covenant Medical Center
Journalist and Author, Life Support: Three Nurses on the Front Lines