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 13,300
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(2018.6から検索エンジンを SafariからOperaに変更)First 5 in Google in English Letter: Betsy Shea-Taylor: More than one reason for growing doctor shortage
The Providence Journal - Aug 29, 2018 at 5:58 PM
Students, including those entering Brown’s Warren Alpert Medical School, must ask themselves if they feel capable of handling the greatest challenge they will ever face: those of us who employ doctors.
Ohio bill would give advance practice registered nurses independence from doctors
Updated 1:23 AM; Posted 12:13 AM, Aug 30, 2018 cleveland.com
Rep. Theresa Gavarone, a Bowling Green Republican, said House Bill 726 addresses primary care physician shortages throughout the state. But the medical association disputes there are shortages. Advanced practice registered nurses, called APRNs, diagnose and treat diseases and can prescribe medicine.
APRNs must enter mandatory collaboration agreements with doctors under Ohio law, said Jesse McClain, president of the Ohio Association of Advanced Nurse Practitioners -- which supports the bill.
US Doctor Shortage? American Café July 31, 2018
Voice of America - 2018年7月31日
A recent study projected that by 2030, there could be a shortage of more than 121,000 doctors in the U.S. Many of those missing physicians would be primary care doctors. Is there a doctor shortage? If so, what can be done about it? We talk to a pair of experts in the medical field about the issue on this week's show.
Commentary: The fix to Texas's doctor shortage lies abroad
Dr. G. Richard Olds - Special to the American-Statesman
MyStatesman.com - 2018年8月18日 テキサス
The Lone Star State is suffering a severe shortage of doctors. On a per-capita basis, Texas has fewer primary care physicians than all but three states. About 20,000 primary care doctors currently practice in Texas — but the state will need 6,000 more by 2030 to meet the needs of its growing population.
Wanted: Rural Doctors
U.S. News & World Report - 2018年8月23日
He could go back home to Tuscaloosa and practice medicine in a hospital or clinic, or he could shun city life – and a likely higher salary – to work in the Alabama countryside, helping address a nationwide shortage of physicians in rural areas.
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