Medical career triage could improve job prospects for local students interested in health care professions: editorial
Planning for the work force of tomorrow isn’t that difficult. Tomorrow’s needs will be about the same as today’s.
Planning for the work force that will be needed five years from now is a trickier proposition, especially in fields where technology improves constantly and workplace methods have to adapt.
So, kudos to the Northeast Ohio hospitals, colleges and universities involved in a collaborative effort to gauge what kinds of workers in which areas of expertise health care institutions will need by the time students enrolling today graduate.
He said he believes this collaboration can overcome that institutional inertia.
A $50,000 Cleveland Foundation grant will fund a consultant’s comparison of health care work-force needs with college curricula. After that, the goal is to line up college courses of study with what people planning careers in health care will actually have to do once they’re on the job. Continue reading
Originally posted 2016-05-03 06:41:16. Republished by Blog Post Promoter