have an impact on the prescribing habits of clinicians irrespective of an established ASP.
Recent Bank of Japan Tankan survey data also confirm that labor market shortages
are on the rise.
FIRMS are facing an "unprecedented" shortage
of skilled workers, with the threat that thousands of vacancies will be left unfilled, a new report has warned.
There needs to be initiatives put in place to address the shortage
of nurse educators and RNs.
The app is free and can be downloaded via iTunes for Apple devices and the Google Play store for Android devices, searching for "FDA Drug Shortages
Employers in Japan report the greatest talent shortages
globally (81 percent).
According to the AP article, shortages
of drugs began to escalate in 2005.
At first this paper discusses the microeconomic measures of skill shortage
and explores the determinants of skill shortages
WHEREAS, The National League for Nursing identifies the shortage
of nurse educators as a root cause of the shortage
of nurses in the United States; and
"The FDA is releasing a strategic plan called for in the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act (FDASIA) of 2012 to improve the agency's response to imminent or existing shortages
and for longer-term approaches for addressing the underlying causes of drug shortages
This proposal expands on early notification requirements included in the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act of 2012 (FDASIA), which created a task force designated to deal with drug shortages
. The proposal also would extend those requirements to biologically manufactured drugs.
Of these 26, 21 (81%) stated that their program had faced challenges obtaining MDR TB drugs in the past 5 years (Table), citing reasons such as nationwide shortages
(21 [100%]), shipping delays (15 [71%]), lack of resources to pay for SLDs (presumably meaning that neither the program, the patient, nor a health insurer could afford the drugs) (13 [62%]), and a complicated procurement process related to IND protocols (10 [48%]).