Essay Title: 

shortage of Nurses

March 24, 2016 | Author: | Posted in health and medicine

Research Proposal

Keeping Nurses in the Workplace

Registered nurses (RN ) comprise the largest group of healthcare practitioners consequently have a significant impact on healthcare system . But currently there is a shortfall of nurses throughout the United States that will grow more serious over the next 20 years ADDIN EN .CITE UpenieksValda UpenieksNurs Econ 21 (1 :7-13 , 23 , 2003 (c Auburn WARecruitment and Retention Strategies : A Magnet Hospital Prevention ModelNurs Econ Nurs EconJannetti Publications Inc .http /www .medscape .com /viewart icle /449690_printUpenieksValda UpenieksNurs [banner_entry_middle]

Econ 21 (1 :7-13 , 23 , 2003 (c Auburn WARecruitment and Retention Strategies : A Magnet Hospital Prevention ModelNurs Econ Nurs EconJannetti Publications Inc .http /www .medscape .com /viewart icle /449690_print (Upenieks , 2003

Nursing has concentrated on the recruitment of persons into nursing schools and employment of RNs educated in a foreign country . Little attention has been given to retention of nurses already in the workforce . The nursing shortage in the workplace has raised significant issues how the healthcare administrators can keep the staff nurses from leaving to address the national nursing shortage ADDIN EN .CITE RunyLee Ann RunyNurse RetentionHospital and Health Networks2006http /www .hhnmag .com /hhnmag_app /jsp /articledisplay jsp ?dcrpath HHNMAG /PubsNewsArticle /data /0601HHN_FEA_Gatefold domain HHNMAG (Runy 2006

The aim of this research proposal is to provide a detailed account of salient factors and outline strategies or measures that could be employed to keep both novice and expert nurses from leaving the hospital setting . Findings from the research proposal can assist healthcare administrators in drawing and retaining nurses in hospital settings Retaining the highest quality and adequate quantity of nurses is the hallmark of a successful organization ADDIN EN .CITE RunyLee Ann RunyNurse RetentionHospital and Health Networks2006http /www .hhnmag .com /hhnmag_app /jsp /articledisplay jsp ?dcrpath HHNMAG /PubsNewsArticle /data /0601HHN_FEA_Gatefold domain HHNMAG (Runy 2006

The methodology I shall employ in this study will include interviews employee retention and exit surveys and observations . I intend to symmetrically investigate relationships between work environment , job satisfaction , and leadership involvement with the retention of nurses

This research seeks to contribute significantly to the goals as an administrator , for it will lend critical understanding on why nurses leave the workplace which may add new insights on the nursing crisis and recommend new ways in dealing with current issues and event . It is hoped that the research proposal delineates as many reasons as possible to keep nurses from staying and as few reasons as possible to leave

I foresee few problems pursuing this research to a successful conclusion ADDIN EN .REFLIST Runy , L . A (2006 . Nurse Retention . Hospital and Health Networks

Upenieks , V (2003 . Recruitment and Retention Strategies : A Magnet Hospital Prevention Model . Nurs Econ 21 (1 , 7-13… [banner_entry_footer]

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