4 edition of Characteristics and turnover of nursing personnel in Pennsylvania nursing homes. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.Supported by Public health project grant CH29435, Community Health Services, of the United States Public Health Service.
|Statement||Dept. of Sociology, Pennsylvania State University|
|Publishers||Dept. of Sociology, Pennsylvania State University|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|2||Research report of the Medical Sociology Center, no. 2|
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Two additional modules cover cultural competence and principles of teaching and learning related to adult education in the long-term care environment. Facilities were located in four states: Missouri MOTexas TXConnecticut CTand New Jersey NJ. The reduction of measurement error in reported turnover rates is essential so that these programs can be accurately evaluated.
The questionnaire also asked some background questions of the administrator, such as gender and tenure, and whether he or she regularly monitored staff turnover.
Hospitals and nursing homes are responding to changes in the health care system by modifying staffing levels and the mix of nursing personnel. We also include a Chain Membership3For-Proﬁt Status interaction in order to examine whether the effect of chain membership differs by proﬁt status. Together, these skills will enhance the nurse's ability to build and interact with the geriatric care team, resolve conflict, negotiate for solutions, develop collaboration, and teach and mentor nurses and nursing assistants.
Wunderlich, Frank Sloan, Carolyne K. Further inspection of the data showed that turnover rates for the three types of staff had cor-relations between 0. While the scope of long-term care settings has expanded from nursing homes and home care agencies to assisted living facilities and community-based health services, the training for nurses, managers and administrators, medical directors, and other professionals who work in these facilities is often fragmented.
Inthe Institute of Medicine published The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. If turnover rates are eventually used as a QM and the rates exclude agency staff, then facilities could decrease their reported turnover rates by simply using more agency staff, albeit at a high cost. In recent years, the CMS has released to the public a considerable amount of information on nursing homes.
In Pennsylvania, there are two types of facilities which will provide 24 hour supervision for adults and help with the tasks of daily living such as bathing, dressing, medication administration, meal preparation, etc. asp Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Facilities were located in six states: Missouri MOTexas TXConnecticut CTPennsylvania PANew York NYand New Jersey NJ. Other differences include specifications about automatic external defibrillators, air conditioning, and the availability of beverages and snacks.
We used this analytic approach because previous anal-yses have shown that high and low turnover may have different antecedents Brannon et al. Kalisch, RN, PhD, FAAN Curriculum Vitae Updated: April Page 5 PUBLICATIONS Books and Reports 1. S S S S H5 Not-for-proﬁt nursing homes will be associated with lower nursing staff turnover.