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Challenges for hospital management in supporting nurses to deliver humanized care

Nursing Inquiry

Abstract Hospitals are paying increasing attention to the delivery of humanized care. The purpose of this study was to explore from the nursing perspective what hospital managers might do to facilitate this. A secondary analysis from a primary ethnographic study regarding dignity in nursing practice was conducted.

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Taking a Seat at the Table: Why Nurse Unions are Necessary Today

Minority Nurse

However, when hospital management and financial officers don ’ t address chronic workplace issues, these nurses leave faster, causing this cycle to repeat. People not working in healthcare are picking up protest signs, while hospital management sees that there ’ s strength in numbers. “

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Nurses at St Vincent’s scaled back due to financial pressure

Nursing Review

The NSW Nurses and Midwives Association (NSWNMA) wrote to hospital management asking whether nursing staff would be affected by a $70m deficit in July, including a $7.5m A spokesperson from St Vincent's said any changes to staffing arrangements would "not involve any reduction of clinical frontline nurses".

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Taking a Seat at the Table: Why Nurse Unions are Necessary Today

Daily Nurse

However, when hospital management and financial officers don ’ t address chronic workplace issues, these nurses leave faster, causing this cycle to repeat. People not working in healthcare are picking up protest signs, while hospital management sees that there ’ s strength in numbers. “

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What Is Autofill Rotation, And Why Would You Want To Use It?

Celayix

In certain industries, typically hospitality , managers allocate work to employees based on fairness but subject to the employees’ availability. For instance, if all employees are equally available, then management should assign them an equal amount of work.

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WE need to resurrect our aged care sector

The Nurse Break

And then there are the anecdotal stories of specific incidents and general environmental conditions coming from facility staff as well as from families of those in their care.

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Are Hospitals to Blame for the Nursing Shortage? Nurses and Hospitals Weigh In

Scrubs

.” The statement ends by calling on hospitals “to immediately staff up every unit…and create a safe, sustainable work environment where nurses can feel confident about their ability to provide the best nursing care possible for their patients.” Hospital managers were quick to refute the union’s allegations.