Manpower Planning for Nurse Personnel
American Public Health Association
American Journal of Public Health
A technique is described which can be applied to manpower planning for nurse personnel at a state or regional level. An iterative process explores the implications of alternative planning policy decision strategies intended to balance manpower supply and requirements. Impacts of the following policy alternatives are estimated: scale of operations of education institutions; interstate migration patterns; labor force participation rates; and job design of licensed practical nurse (LPN) and registered nurse (RN) positions.
Keaveny, Timothy J. and Hayden, Roger L., "Manpower Planning for Nurse Personnel" (1978). Management Faculty Research and Publications. 308.