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 175
Google (English) での検索件数 _ _ _ Key word: Doctor shortage, past month 89,900First 5 in Google in English Michiana's Doctor Shortage - Part 1: The problem hits close to home
WNDU-TV-2015/01/28 （米国 インディアナ州）
“We are definitely facing a doctor shortage,” Dr. Patterson said. “One thing I can point to is the graduates of our program five to seven years ago would have job offers and wouldn't have any trouble finding a job. There really is a shortage of people looking for family physicians now and we expect that problem to get worse in the future.” Michiana's Doctor Shortage - Part 2: Preparing for life after medical school
WNDU-TV-2015/01/29 （米国 インディアナ州）
Marfurt says there are many reasons for a projected shortage of more than 130,000 doctors in the U-S by 2025, just ten years. "It's a perfect storm of multiple factors, we have an increased population and we have an increasing aging population." He adds the Affordable Care Act also means more people are looking for doctors. " We've now added maybe 40 million additional people, previously uninsured to the insured rolls." Health Beat: The Remedy for Hawaii's Doctor Shortage
Honolulu Civil Beat-2015/01/30 （米国 ハワイ州）
We have known about a doctor shortage in Hawaii for a while. The latest evidence comes from a University of Hawaii report indicating that the problem is only expected to get worse. This is especially true in my field of primary care, where we have 300-plus fewer doctors than we need to take care of our ever growing, and aging, population. That’s not even counting other doctors who plan on retiring soon. Why, doc? Solution to doctor shortage may be more than money
Physician shortages are common in many parts of the Newfoundland and Labrador, and the association that represents doctors says not enough is being done to find out why. Wendy Graham, president of the Newfoundland and Labrador, and the association that represents doctors says not enough is being done to find out why.
Wendy Graham, president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association, said getting to the root cause of why doctors are not more easily retained is just as important as funding. Fee hike to 'worsen' rural doctor shortage
The Australian-2015/01/27 （オーストラリア）
A JUMP in fees for medical students would exacerbate doctor shortages in rural locations and in low-paid and in-need specialties, with more indebted graduates opting for higher-income specialties. The finding, published in the Medical Journal of Australia, could mean the deregulation of university fees may have unintended consequences for the health sector. Governor not releasing funds aimed to help doctor shortage
The Springfield Chamber of Commerce says southwest Missouri is facing a growing shortage of doctors, especially in rural areas.
"By the year 2030 we expect for the number of elderly people with chronic diseases to double and we're already in a spot where people have to wait quite a while to get in to see a doctor," says Matt Morrow, President of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce.
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