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Prognosen zum Thema "Fachkräftemangel in der Pflege„: Limitationen amtlicher Statistiken und methodische Probleme bisheriger Studien

Simon, Michael

Sozialer Fortschritt, Vol. 61 (2012), Iss. 2-3: pp. 25–38

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Simon, Prof. Dr. Michael, FH Hannover, Fakultät V – Diakonie, Gesundheit und Soziales, Blumhardtstraße 2, 30625 Hannover

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Abstract

Forecasts for Nursing Shortages: On the Limitations of Official Statistics and Methodical Problems of Current Studies

In Germany, data on the number of nurses are available from several statistical sources. A comparison of these statistics shows considerable differences for single nursing professions as well as for the total number of nurses. Based on an analysis of the methodical approaches of these different statistical sources, the article argues that a synthesis of the data from hospital statistics, from prevention and rehabilitation facilities and from long-term nursing care provides more differentiated and reliable data than labour market statistics or health personnel figures.