NURSES AS CATALYSTS OF CHANGE FOR BETTER PUBLIC HEALTH

NURSES AS CATALYSTS OF CHANGE FOR BETTER PUBLIC HEALTH

 

A nurse is one of the most vital roles in the healthcare sector. It is primarily focused to achieve, sustain and recover optimal health among individuals, families, and communities. This profession is much of an honorable title for it is regarded as a key link between doctors and patients.

 

Quite a reputable and stable career, a huge number of people had already engaged the revolutionized world of healthcare.

 

In a recent statistics report released last March 2017 by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for data from May of 2016, registered nurses, with 2.9 million jobs, was the largest healthcare occupation.

 

Majority of highest-paying occupations in the US is largely located in the healthcare sector.

One article pointed out that, yearly wage mean for those who work in healthcare (both providers and technicians) was reported as being $63,930 in Louisiana and $97,720 in Alaska. The national annual mean wage in healthcare was $79,160 with registered nurses in “above average” wages at $72,180, nationwide.

SOURCE: nurse.org

 

Just how nurses are greatly needed in the industry to handle greater responsibilities for the improvisation of life among humans, a new study had now embraced the idea of nurses as best positioned to recognize needs because they are the ones closest to patients. Nurses can guarantee continual care by taking part in or dominantly inter-professional collaborative groups that proposes post-discharge care plans.

 

Commissioned by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and performed at Loma Linda University Health, the said study asserts that nurses can play a greater part in improving public health.

 

The study implied that nurse care coordination is the most effective strategy for reducing costs and improving outcomes. Nursing leadership as the key to driving monumental culture change required to improve health and reduce costs in our country. Collaborating with not only other health professions but other professions and sectors in the community that impact health.

 

It recommends to:

  1. Transform nursing education.
  2. Transform nursing practice.
  3. Foster population-focused nurse leadership.
  4. Recognize nursing’s unique contribution to population health-related research.
  5. Foster nurse advocacy and support policy efforts already in motion.

 

Erudite Nursing Institute™ supports the on-going development of the healthcare sector, producing high performing individuals in the medical field, in addition to the growing need of better healthcare service to the general public.

Nursing is one of the unchanging career paths. It outnumbered other careers in all employment routes because it’s still one of the remaining in-demand jobs for the longest time.

In connection, Erudite Nursing truly invests in this field because the institution believes that this profession is globally recognized and would still be remained valuable and beneficial to those aspiring individuals for the years to come.

The institute’s goal of platforming innovation for nursing in the future will remain as one of its greatest anthems.

 

LINK SOURCES:

https://www.bls.gov/news.release/pdf/ocwage.pdf

https://www.bls.gov/

https://nurse.org/articles/march-2017-release-bls-report-first-look-nursing/

https://nurse.org/

https://www.rwjf.org/content/dam/farm/reports/reports/2017/rwjf440276

https://www.rwjf.org/

 

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