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Talent shortages are real and are not going away," said Kip Wright, senior vice president, Manpower North America.
associate director of the drug shortages program in the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, said in the statement.
Drug shortages may also lead health care professionals to rely on alternative drug products, which may be less effective or associated with higher risks than the drug in shortage.
Employers in Japan report the greatest talent shortages globally (81 percent).
At first this paper discusses the microeconomic measures of skill shortage and explores the determinants of skill shortages i.
WHEREAS, The American Association of Colleges of Nursing recognizes that the shortage of qualified faculty is an increasing problem; and
The series of events will begin with the ISPE Drug Shortages Task Force progress report Monday at ISPE's Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.
The intent is to establish a formal process by which the FDA can collaborate with manufacturers in order to take actions which could prevent or mitigate drug shortages.
In fact the situation has gotten to the point where the President has ordered the FDA to take new steps to send out early warnings about looming shortages and try to avert them.
Mergers and acquisitions among pharmaceutical companies and their efforts to streamline the manufacturing process may cause shortages in drug availability (Tobin, 2011).
It is therefore vital that people are put in place to ensure the identification and analysis of the shortage of professional skills and that these shortages are addressed according to the needs of the economy.