The U.S. Health Workforce: State Profiles The State Profiles provide data on 34 types of health occupations – from physicians, nurses, and dentists to counselors, physical therapists, medical assistants, and others. They are companion documents to the U.S. Health Workforce Chartbook and were developed to make data on the U.S. health workforce more readily available …
Research Findings At the National Center for Health Workforce Analysis (NCHWA), we examine a broad range of issues that impact the nation’s health workforce and, in turn, inform program planning and policymaking. Access our latest health workforce research within the following topic areas: Research Projections Research Centers Program Highlights Source: Research Findings | Bureau of …
This researcher is working on this with the hope that the American Heart Association will start teaching people to do compressions with their foot, which is more effective and less exhausting.
The hospital was charged with violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by denying an employee an accommodation that would have allowed her to get cancer treatments while working full time.
In 1991, Rush University Medical Center (RUMC) chartered the ADA Task Force with a charge to implement policies for individuals with disabilities, champion inclusion, and educate people on how working with and hiring persons with disabilities enriches our global village.
Importantly, they identified the need for the new state-of-the-art college building to be assessed by people with disability limitations for accessibility for people with disabilities as they identified several problems that could and should be easily remedied.
As we talked, I told James what it was like to go through medical training as a person who stutters and how I saw firsthand the ignorance and prejudice some health-care providers harbor toward patients with disabilities.
The guide begins with a comprehensive view of the larger nursing landscape, and then dives deeper into the field’s many specializations, including registered nurses, licensed practical and vocational nurses, nurse practitioners, neonatal nurses and more.
One fact surfaced repeatedly throughout the discussion: People with disabilities not only represent an untapped talent pool that can help respond to looming labor shortages in nursing and other health care occupations, but they also offer significant value and insight that can improve care for patients and their families.
3) Median household income for a person reporting a disability was $25,420, compared to $59,411 for someone without a disability“ These numbers remain unchanged over the past 40 years despite dramatic improvements in access to physical workplaces, technology, and policy,” says attorney David Newburger, co-director of Starkloff Disability Institute.