Recruitment and Retention of Men in Nursing: A Global Challenge
Dale Rajacich, PhD, RN; Sheila Cameron RN, EdD, DSc (Hon); Deborah Kane PhD, RN
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Kane, Deborah; Rajacich, Dale Lynn; Cameron, Sheila (2016-03-21)Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015: Background: The national workforce of RNs in Canada is only 6.8% male, with provincial percentages of male RNs ranging from their lowest in Prince Edward Island (2%) to their ...
Cameron, Sheila; Freeman, Michelle A.; Wolfe, Barat J.; Rajacich, Dale Lynn (2012-01-04)(41st Biennial Convention) Purpose: Migration of nurses continues to concern global nursing leaders in this time of nursing shortage (Kingma, 2008). The purpose of this study was to examine factors influencing nurse ...
Preparing Baccalaureate Nursing Students to Respond to Bullying Behaviours in the Clinical Setting Kane, Deborah; Dayus, Deborah; Andary, Chantal; Rajacich, Dale LynnParticipants will learn about a strategy that was taught to baccalaureate nursing students to better prepare them to respond to bullying in the clinical setting.
Relationships among nurses' professional identity, career satisfaction, occupational commitment, and intent to stay Sharbaugh, Sheila M.The shortage of registered nurses (RNs) in the United States continues to be of major concern in the healthcare industry. This shortage is expected to intensify as the current workforce ages, the general population ages, ...
LaRocco, Susan A.Background: As of 2004, there were more than 2.9 million Registered Nurses (RNs) in the United States. More than 2.4 million RNs are employed in nursing. Male nurses account for 5.7% of all nurses, up from 5.4% in ...