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Market Analysis - Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (2019) Volume 2, Issue 2

Nurse Education 2020 30th World Congress on Nursing Education and Management

Wendy stoelting Getlelfinger

Professor, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Indiana University School of Nursing,USA, E-mail: [email protected]

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Market Analysis Content for Nurse Education 2020

Nurse Education 2020 refers to collaborative and autonomous care of individuals of all ages, group, communities and families by skilled person or nurses.

Nurses are trained professionals which promote their health and prevent diseases. Nurses help patient to cope up with illness and aid patients in medical procedures. Nurses are responsible for assessing patient, giving medicines and treatments.

Nurses also develop and manage nursing care plans. Nursing care includes prevention and cure of diseases. Nursing care includes several approaches of personalized care with more safety, convenience and comfort.

In Dubai the year between 2017-2025 will require an addition of more than 3,800 beds, nearly 8,300 physicians and 8,800 nurses, the report said. Analysts also highlighted the limited number of specialized cares centres as an area that needs to be addressed soon to keep up with demand.

Almost 21.8 per cent of patients sent abroad sought oncology treatments, followed by 17.2 per cent for neurology and neurosurgery and 16.5 per cent for cardiology and orthopaedic procedures.

Current healthcare expenditure in the UAE is projected to grow at rate of 9.6 per cent to US$25.6 billion in 2022, up from US$16.1 billion in 2017.

Over the past 3 years, the Nursing Care Facilities (Skilled Nursing Facilities) industry in the U.S. has averaged annual growth of 2.7% to reach $130.2 billion in revenue.

Over the past 3 years, the Nursing Care Facilities (Skilled Nursing Facilities) industry in the U.S. has averaged annual growth of 2.7% to reach $130.2 billion in revenue.

The Nursing Care Facilities (Skilled Nursing Facilities) industry includes companies primarily engaged in providing inpatient nursing and rehabilitative services. The care is generally provided for an extended period to individuals requiring nursing care. These companies have a permanent core staff of registered or licensed practical nurses who, along with other staff, provide nursing and continuous personal care services.

Market Value on Nursing

The 2019 Market Research Report on Nursing and Residential Care Facilities is a start to finish evaluation of the business and will outfit you with the key bits of information, examples and benchmarks you need to make an extensive and sweeping symptomatic and understanding of the business and companions.

Most learners who are willing to pursue nursing education are rapidly using social media for learning and community building. This creates a greater awareness of the concept of learning through social media. Many students come from working families in the middle class, through increased desire to advance their professional abilities and expertise to move up their organizational hierarchy. Continuous developments in healthcare technology and patient care have created a growing need for additional certifications and degree between learners in order to gain a competitive edge over other partners

Over the five years to 2017, the prerequisite for organizations gave by nursing care workplaces is depended upon to grow constantly close by pay. During the five-year time span, the continued developing of the masses has affected enthusiasm for industry benefits as the number of adults developed 65 and progressively prepared is depended upon to increase. In any case, a sensitive reimbursement model and changes realized by restorative administrations change have begun a move from nursing homes to at-home directed consideration and gathering mind organizations.

Since these organizations are done at home, their advancement addresses a potential hazard to industry overseers. In 2016, industry bargains were $238.2 billion. Industry advancement over the span of on-going years, the industry has created at a yearly rate of 4.1%. Association advancement there is 38,615 associations in the business. Arrangements per association in 2016, the typical arrangements per association was $6.2 million.

Below are select highlights from the report:

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INDUSTRY GROWTH:

Over the past 3 years, the industry has grown at an annual rate of 4.7% in the health care as well as nursing sector.

COMPANY GROWTH:

There are 9,477 companies in the industry in the year 2019. Which will be expecting more nursing industries in the coming year 2020. And it will cause some rapid growth in the field of nursing.

SALES PER COMPANY:

In 2019, the average sales per company were $17.7 million expecting $35.7 million in the coming year 2020.

The Sales per company will increase according to statistics.

INFLATION & PRICING:

2019 forecasted inflation is 3% we expected inflation price is 8% in the year 2020.

PROFITABILITY:

For unprofitable companies, the average net loss is -8.7%Venture on.

Top Nursing Associations around the World

International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care

International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses

Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses

Academy of Neonatal Nursing

American Academy of Nursing

American Association of Nurse Practitioners

American College of Nurse Midwives

Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nursing

Emergency Nurses Association

Top Nursing Universities in the World.

Top Universities in World

• Grand Canyon University

• Indiana State University

• Kaplan University

• The University of Cincinnati

• Walden University

• American Sentinel University

• Graceland University

• Grand Canyon University

• Keiser University

• National American University

• Norwich University

• Walden University

• Capella University

• Colorada Technical University.

The Indian Medical Education Sector has steadily grown in terms of number, capability or intake and specializations over the years. The total number of medical colleges with MBBS degrees is 355 with 40,525 seats available according to the latest figures from the Medical Council of India. This is in addition to several colleges providing Diploma or other specialized training.

Because of multiple factors, the nursing education market, which is complementary to graduate training, has been the most attractive field. To assess the nursing education market, Civitas Advisory Solutions conducted a report. The Market Survey was carried out to identify the main pilot-based gaps in nursing education in Kochi, Kerala, to be expanded to Kerala and other parts of the country. In India, there are approximately 371 nursing schools producing nurses who provide their services to hospitals, nursing institutions in India, and different parts of the world. Kerala has a unique place to initiate the migration of nurses to other countries, especially the United States and the United Kingdom, which has spread to Canada and Australia prominently.

Every year, 15 Nursing Colleges produce about 390 nurses at the ANM level and 120 BSc Nursing Colleges. Nurses who successfully leave these institutions are in high demand in different countries, but lack professional expertise in the treatment of cases or patients on their own.