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Google Newsでみる医師不足 2014年9月30日

Google Newsでみる医師不足 2014年9月30日
Google (日本語) での検索件数 _ _ _ キーワード 医師不足 過去一か月のニュース  5,250
Google (English) での検索件数 _ _ _ Key word: Doctor shortage, past month 26,700

First 5 in Google in English 


Pristine grabs $5.4M to cure the doctor shortage and save lives with Google Glass

VentureBeat-21 時間前 (米国)
What Pristine's service does is extend the expertise of doctors to others without those doctors being physically present. That could be huge for fixing a future shortage of doctors in the country, which the Association of American Medical Colleges said we will see by 2025.


Ebola Doctor Shortage Eases as Volunteers Step Forward 
New York Times-2014/09/27 (米国)
Local health workers with members of Doctors Without Borders at a hospital in Conakry, Guinea on Thursday. More foreign doctors and nurses are volunteering, but a gap remains.


Australia won't send Ebola doctors to West Africa
TheNewsTribune.com-2014/09/28 (オーストラリア)
Australia on Monday ruled out sending doctors to West Africa to help fight the Ebola outbreak there because of logistical problems in repatriating any Australian who became infected with the deadly virus.


Doctor shortage concerns growing
Desert Dispatch-2014/09/29 (米国・カリフォルニア州)
Pointing to the shortage of physicians in San Bernardino and Riverside counties, Inland Empire Health Plan's top official recently acknowledged that there is concern about how to care for the quicklygrowing number of members. That concern is exacer­bated by an aging physician workforce nearing retirement and a surge in patient enroll­ment through California’s health insurance exchange, IEHP CEO Dr. Brad Gilbert said.


Siouxland health care providers make adjustments to fix doctor shortage
RURAL COMMUNITIES TAKING STEPS TO RECRUIT PHYSICIANS, PROVIDE PATIENT SERVICES

Sioux City Journal-2014/09/27  (米国・アイオワ州)
SIOUX CITY | Growing up west of Vermillion, S.D., Elwood "Whitey" Iverson remembers his parents paying the doctor in chickens.
The doctor didn't visit their farm often. When anyone in the family of four got sick, the 93-year-old, who now lives in the town of Hawarden, Iowa, said they'd "cook" the virus out by wearing a piece of wool cloth soaked in castor oil around their necks. All the children were delivered at home with the help a midwife.


(他に10位以内のニュースは、カリフォルニア州、イリノイ州、ペンシルバニア州、ワシントン州、マサチュセッツ州 などからも)

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