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ERIC Number: ED080831
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971-Jul
Pages: 10
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Diagnosis: Acute. Report of Health Manpower Committee.
Health and Hospital Council, Charlotte, NC.
The number of health workers in Charlotte is inadequate. A local survey reported approximately 10 0/0 of total positions to be vacant. In an effort to help meet the critical manpower needs of the area, the Health Manpower Committee made these recommendations: existing local programs for registered nurses should continue to work toward increasing their annual number of graduates by 75 0/0; the baccalaureate program in nursing of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte should be expanded to 80 graduates per year; Central Piedmont Community College should expand its facilities and staff and expand its Licensed Practical Nurses program to 140 students per year; other health training programs need to be expanded; the existing health career informational program needs to be strengthened; and institutions employing health workers should intensify efforts at continuing education for employees. (SC)
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Authoring Institution: Health and Hospital Council, Charlotte, NC.
Identifiers - Location: North Carolina