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 122,000
Google (English) での検索件数 _ _ _ Key word: Doctor shortage, past month 145,000First 5 in Google in English
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/nhs/article-5948401/Shortage-doctors-means-nurses-work-experts-warn-not-qualified-medics.html Shortage of doctors 'means nurses will have to do their work', as experts warn there's not enough qualified medics to fill the gaps in NHS workforce crisis
Published: 00:15 BST, 13 July 2018 Daily Mail (英国)
A lack of doctors means hospital patients should expect to be treated by nurses and less-qualified medics.
The Royal College of Physicians said an NHS workforce crisis means there are ‘nowhere near enough’ doctors to fill the gaps.
It warned that the days of Sir Lancelot Spratt – the fictional surgeon who always had an entourage of junior doctors in the book, film and TV series Doctor in the House – were over.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/.../va-doctor-shortage-fueled-by- management-issues-poor-pay/ VA doctor shortage fueled by management issues, poor pay
The Washington Post July 16 (米国)
The Department of Veterans Affairs gets good grades for effort, but it still has much work to do in the recruitment and retention of physicians to serve those who faced death for their country.
When the Government Accountability Office says “challenges remain,” it means an agency has problems — in this case, too few doctors. Pay is an issue, but so is the department’s personnel management. A recent GAO report about the Veterans Health Administration, the component providing health care through 1,252 facilities, including 170 medical centers, outlines three major management troubles related to its doctor shortage:
“VHA’s data on the number of physicians that provided care at VA medical centers (VAMC) were incomplete.
“VHA provided VAMCs with guidance on how to determine the number of physicians and support staff needed for some physician occupations, although it lacked sufficient guidance for its medical and surgical specialties.
“VHA used various strategies to recruit and retain its physician workforce, but had not comprehensively evaluated them to assess effectiveness.”
www.thebubble.com/buenos-aires-province-doctor-scarcity/ Doctor Shortage in Buenos Aires Province: New Scandal Highlights Crisis
July 26, 2018 4:29pm The Bubble (アルゼンチン)
The incident of two Brazilians posing as doctors in a hospital in Cañuelas, located about an hour’s drive from the city of Buenos Aires, has led many to reflect on structural issues within the healthcare system in the Buenos Aires province that allowed fake medical professionals to practice undetected for so long.
https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/survey_doctor_shortage_in_south_patient_shortage_in_north/10318816 Survey: Doctor shortage in south, patient shortage in north
Yle Uutiset 23.7.2018 17:12 (フィンランド)
According to an Yle survey, eight district hospitals in Finland say they have closed fewer hospital wards this year during the summer holidays than in previous years. Yle surveyed 21 hospital districts in Finland to find out how they re-organise their functions during the summer months when many permanent staff members have long holidays.
https://www.telegraphindia.com/calcutta/cm-blames-delhi-for-doctor-shortage-248246 CM blames Delhi for doctor shortage
Telegraph India Jul 28, 2018 00:00 IST (インド)
Calcutta: Chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday blamed "wrong policies" of the Centre for Bengal not having an adequate number of doctors to run its health services.
"We are not getting any doctors in the state. No doctor is willing to work in the rural belt. All this is happening because of the wrong policies of the Union government," Mamata said in the Assembly.
*: Educators/Mentors SHOULD READ whole articlehttps://www.usnews.com/education/best-graduate-schools/top-medical-schools/articles/2018-07-23/how-doctor-shortages-impact-medical-school-admissions How Doctor Shortages Impact Med School Admissions
Genuine interest in a medical field where doctors are scarce can enhance an applicant's candidacy.
July 23, 2018, at 12:00 p.m US News
In certain parts of the U.S., a doctor is hard to find. These places are typically located in low-income communities in remote, rural locations or in inner-city neighborhoods.
Similarly, there are some medical specialties, such as psychiatry and geriatrics, where, despite growing demand for medical care, there are a shrinking number of doctors.
Premeds with a demonstrated interest in providing medical care to underserved populations can sometimes boost their medical school admissions chances by noting this interest, according to Dr. McGreggor Crowley, an admissions counselor with the IvyWise admissions consulting firm.
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