1987 U.S. Army nurse membership, accession and loss profiles. Volume II, Active duty
Thomas, George W.
Kocher, Kathryn M.
Roberts, Benjamin J.
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The purpose of this report is to provide profiles of Active Duty Army nurses to aid in developing strategies and policies for recruiting, managing, and retaining registered nurses in the face of a national nursing shortage. Data from Defense Manpower Data Center personnel files were used to described Regular Army (RA) nurse officers as of September 30, 1987 and transactions information was used to identify those who entered and those who left Active service in FY 1987. Profiled characteristics include: age, gender, race-ethnic group, martial status, number of dependents, highest educational level, rank, age at service entry, length of service, and nursing specialty. Comparisons of RA nurses and USAR nurses are made on the basis of Volume I of this series of reports. (AW)
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