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SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY BAGUIO CITY SCHOOL OF NURSING

JOURNAL

Submitted to: Mr. Raymund Mamayson, RN

Submitted by: Chelsea Mae N. Nobleza

June 23, 2012

An example would be on salary which is related to scientific management and on working conditions which is derived from Herzberg’s theory. In this journal. they used 3 oldest journals to meet the goal of the study in which they were able to come up with 8 themes. Staffing. Human resource management is an important part of health care organizations since the people are the ones rendering care to the patients as Fagerstrom states that more than ever before. strategic human resource issues in the hospital started to surface. In all of the journals related to this study evidence-based practice was the most imperative part of human resource in which Ayuningtyas. they emphasized that human resource system is important and this was seen during the 1990s. The global shortage of nurses and the increased emphasis on patient safety may have contributed to this trend. such as linking skill mix and nurse-patient ratios to patient safety and clinical outcomes.TITLE: Historical Trends In Human Resource Issues of Hospital Nursing in the Past Generation In this study. effective resource allocation must be prioritized (2011). Individual human resource functions. Productivity and patient safety received the highest number reported human theme and the focus was on quality care. work content and flow. Khatri and colleagues (2006) claimed that in the 1990s. According to Khatri et al. This finding suggested that nurses’ functions have been expanded. In this theme they emphasized evidence-based practice. said that it is necessary that a monthly work performance assessment for civil servants is conducted (2011) and that patients’ care needs should be met. Since 2000. staffing has emerged as an important human resource issue. the human factor is essential to healthcare and its proper management remained distant to health care organizations (2006) when in fact Strategic management of human resource in health care is indeed important to delivering high-quality care. In the journal is was said that to equip future and current nursing leaders and . Theme 4 of work content and flow showed an emphasis over the past 30 years. and the importance of nurses’ roles in hospital care teams has been gradually clarified over the past 30 years. et al. I can say that the eight themes identified are still present nowadays and is bounded by the different existing theories in management. scheduling. Based from our learnings in management.

82 (2006). but also process oriented and outcome-oriented ones for hospital nursing services. 7 (2011). And Ramdhani. D. C. I believe it also necessary that as early as our undergraduate course we must already have concepts in management to prepare us and give us basic knowledge on what and how human resources are managed. will give us a common knowledge that human resource management is important and a key factor in the success of every health care organization. Our subject organization and management then. . Historical Trends In Human Resource Issues of Hospital Nursing in the Past Generation. And Yin. Journal of US-China Medical Science Volume 8. Ayuningtyas. Fagerstrom. L. 1 (2009). (2011). References: Tyen. These concepts are essential to address not only the structure oriented human resource issues. N. (2009). graduate nurse educators should incorporate the concepts of organizational politics and economics in health care settings in graduate-level management courses. Nursing Economics Vol. Strategic Human Resource Management Issues in Hospitals: A Study of a University and a Community Hospital. (2009). R. 27 No. Et al. (2006). H. Heldref Publication vol. No. Journal of Nursing Management 17 (2009).managers with appropriate capacity to have macro-level visions. Khatri. Analysis of Human Resources Management in Transformation of Government’s Hospital Status: Case Study on Pasar Rebo Hospital in 1996-2009. Evidence-based human resource management: a study of nurse leaders' resource allocation.