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A conception of a support system for optimising the organisation of nursing staff from the viewpoint of the nursing care needs structure



A conception of a support system for optimising the organisation of nursing staff from the viewpoint of the nursing care needs structure



Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 46: 275-278



Methods of allocating nursing staff in hospitals should be established that improve the "sufficiency rate" of existing care needs for nursing in patients. The conception of a support system for the optimisation of organising nursing staff was proposed so that the degree of meeting care needs could be maximised. In this study, the structure of care needs was defined by sampling information related to eight factors. A basic framework was developed for a support system for the optimisation of organising nursing staff by using data based on (1) rate of satisfying eight selected criteria, (2) condition factors that can affect this rate, and (3) organising nursing. The possible usage of this support system is also discussed in this paper.

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