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Google Newsでみる医師不足 2017年1月31日

Google Newsでみる医師不足 2017年1月31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  3,750
Google (English) での検索件数 _ _ _ Key word: Doctor shortage, past month 128,000

First 5 in Google in English 

How Trump's Travel Ban Worsens Doctor Shortage
Forbes‎ - 2017/01/29(米国)
President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration that temporarily bans people from seven largely Muslim countries could exacerbate the U.S. doctor shortage and hurt patient care for thousands of Americans. As the story of a doctor forced to leave the U.S. thanks to the Trump White House’s move swept the nation, hospitals and academic medical centers braced for potential damage to future staffing and recruiting of medical researchers, educators and clinicians.


Sanford, Essentia health care teams help manage chronic disease, ease doctor shortage
By Forum News Service 2017/01/31 at 6:15 a.m. (米国 ノースダコタ州)

Both Sanford and Essentia Health have expanded their use of care teams in primary care clinics, with a physician directing a team that typically includes a physician's assistant or nurse practitioner, and registered nurses, sometimes functioning as health coaches. At Sanford, primary care teams also include a behavioral health provider.


Nonprofit: Trump's immigration order could contribute to doctor shortage
The Hill‎ - 01/30/17 02:34 PM EST(米国)

President Trump's executive order on immigration could worsen the shortage of doctors in the United States, warns the Association of American Medical Colleges. “We are deeply concerned that the Jan. 27 executive order will disrupt education and research and have a damaging long-term impact on patients and health care,” AAMC President and CEO Darrell G. Kirch said in a statement Monday.


Utah's physician shortage worsens as more retire
Salt Lake Tribune‎ - Jan 30 2017 07:51AM(米国ユタ州)

(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) "You can't grow the number of doctors to keep up with the demand," said anesthesiologist Dr. William Hamilton, who plans on retiring from Intermountain Medical Center in 2018 after 32 years in practice. Hamilton says there is a shortage of doctors in the state and across the nation, largely because of the baby boomer population of doctors are retiring.


Report: Doctor shortage worsens
West Hawaii Today‎ - January 20, 2017 - 12:05am(米国ハワイ州)

HILO — More than half of the doctors in Hawaii will reach the retirement age of 65 within the next decade, according to a new report submitted Thursday to the state Legislature. The University of Hawaii Physicians Workforce Assessment says of the 8,900 physicians licensed to practice in Hawaii, roughly 2,903 full-time physicians are actually practicing medicine. The report emphasizes that supply of new physicians is not keeping up with demand and Hawaii is at a critical juncture.


(他に10位以内のニュースは、オーストラリア (3報)、米国カリフォルニア州、カナダ・オンタリオ州、からも)


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