Reagan 2020 - Ronald Reagan - A Time for Choosing
I know there are major problems with the system. Friends of residents in various facilities not only grieve for their friends, but are outraged that this society tolerates these abuses and crimes. They are outraged that society, by doing nothing, in effect condones them. This is clearly understood after police, district attorneys, and the rest of the government choose to do nothing significant to change the system. The ongoing abuse of the elderly residents of nursing homes has long been documented. Congressional hearings have been held regularly decade after decade with no reform of the industry.
4th Global Forum on Human Resources for Health
Levison Nkhoma, Clinton Health Access Initiative, United States of America
The role of individual and facility-level motivating factors on likelihood of choosing a rural nursing job: a discrete choice experiment in Malawi
A recent study to explore the motive of men to choose nursing as their profession using a 52-item questionnaire covering sociodemographic characteristics, exposure to the profession and reasons for choosing the profession has shown that an early exposure to the profession and ethnic background are prominent factors in this motivation process (Romem and Anson, 2005).