KVann_Case15.1_031211

KVann_Case15.1_031211 - Case Study 15.01 1 The United...

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Case Study 15.01 1 The United States is a nation built upon diversity. When immigrants come from around the world (legally) to join our workforce I feel that it strengthens our nation as a whole. Specifically in the medical field I feel the recruiting from outside our nation as well as from within can give us an advantage. Although everyone must be held to the same standard of excellence, most cultures and most countries school their society differently. This gives the United States an advantage in more areas than one. Recruiting this way allows for our nation to grow culturally. When patients come into the hospital they are not required to fill a specific criterion. Patients come in every size, shape, gender, background, and race. This means that those who treat said patients must be equipped to treat them. I feel that recruiting nurses abroad is a fantastic idea for hospitals facing nursing shortages and I feel this way for a number of reasons. Hospitals have to have nurses. This isn’t a want this is a need. With
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course ACCT 1221 taught by Professor Adgams during the Spring '11 term at Stetson.

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KVann_Case15.1_031211 - Case Study 15.01 1 The United...

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