staffing.pptx

PRESENTED BY
AKANKHSHA GUPTA
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
COLLEGEOF NURSING,
APOLLO HOSPITALS,
BILASPUR
STAFFING
DEFINITION
 It involves manpower planning to
have the right person in the right
place and avoid “Square peg in
round hole”.
MISSION
 To ensure maximum utilization
of human resources
 To discover and obtain
competent staff.
 To ensure the continuity and
growth of enterprise.
 To improve job satisfaction
 Good quality of care
OBJECTIVES
 To recruit adequate no. Of
human resources
 To carry out functions such as
planning, directing and
controlling
 To recruit competent staff.
 To retain right no. of staffs.
 To provide training programs.
PHILOSOPHY OF STAFFING
 Nurse administrators believe that it is
possible to match employee’s
knowledge and skills to patient care
needs in a manner that optimizes job
satisfaction and care quality.
 Nurse administrators believe that the
technical and humanistic care needs of
critically ill patients are complex that all
aspects of that care should be provided
by professional nurses.
CONTINUE..
 Nurse administrative believe that the
health teaching and rehabilitation needs
of chronically ill patients are so complex
that direct care for chronically ill
patients should be provided by
professional and technical nurses.
 Should believe that patient assessment,
work quantification and job analysis
should be used to determine the
number of personnel in each category
to be assigned to care for patients of
each type (such as coronary care, renal
failure, etc.,).
CONTINUE..
 Should believe that a master staffing
plan and policies to implement the plan
in all units should be developed centrally
by the nursing heads and staff of the
hospital.
 Should the staffing plan should be
administrated at the unit level by the
head nurse, so that can change based
on unit workload and workflow.
IMPORTANCEOF STAFFING
 Goal achievement
 Efficiency
 Quality of care
 Training and developmental
programs
 To utilize materials.
NORMS AND ACTIVITIES
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Staffing a/c INC & TNAI
 CNO : 1 for 500 beds
 NS : 1 for 400 beds
 DNS : 1 for 300 beds
 ANS : 1 for 100-150 beds
 Ward sister : 1 for 25-30 beds
 Staff nurse : 1:3 / 1:5
 OPD & Emergency : 1:100
 ICU : 1:1
 1 ICN for 250 beds
BASIC B.SC. NURSING
Teaching faculty
Admission
Capacity
Annual Intake 25-50 51-100
Professor-cum-Principal 1 1
Professor-cum-Vice Principal 1 1
Reader/Associate Professor 1 2
Lecturer 5 10
Tutor/Clinical Instructor 14 28
Total 22 42
Teacher Student Ratio= 1:10
B.Sc.: NURSING (POST
BASIC) Minimum-30
Annual Intake Minimum
-30
Maximu
m-50
Professor-cum-Principal 1
1
Professor-cum-Vice Principal 1
1
Reader/Associate Professor 1
3
Lecturer 5
7
Total 8
12
Teacher Student Ratio=
1:10
BASIC: B.Sc. NURSING & B.Sc. NUSING
(POST BASIC)
Annual Intake
B.Sc. Nursing (Basic) 50 or less
B.Sc. Nursing (Post Basic) 30 or less
Professor-cum-Principal 1
Professor-cum-Vice-Principal 1
Reader/Associate Professor 2
Lecturer 6
Tutor/Clinical Instructor 18
Total 28
Teacher Student Ratio= 1:10
Part time Teachers/External
Teachers
1. Microbiology
2. Bio-Chemistry
3. Bio-Physics
4. Psychology
5. Nutrition
6. English
7. Computer
8. Hindi/Any other language
9. Any other- clinical disciplines
S.N. Post Qualification & Experience
1. Professor-cum-
Principal
− Masters Degree in Nursing
− 14 years experience after M.Sc. (N) in college of
Nursing.
− 3 years experience in administration (Years of experience is
relaxable if suitable candidate is not available) (If a candidate is
not available, minimum 5 years of experience in college of
nursing with an aggregate of 14 years teaching experience)
Desirable: Independent published work of high standard/doctorate degree /M.Phil.
2. Professor-
cumVice
Principal
− Masters Degree in Nursing
− 14 years experience after M.Sc. (N) in college of Nursing
− 3 years experience in administration (years of experience is
relax able if suitable candidate is not available) (If a candidate is
not available, minimum 5 years of experience in college of
nursing, with an aggregate of 14 years teaching experience)
Desirable: Independent published work of high standard/doctorate degree/M.Phil.
3. Reader/A
ssociate
Professor
− Master Degree in nursing
− 10 years experience after M.Sc. (N) in a
college of Nursing. (If a candidate is not
available, 5 years of experience in College of
Nursing with an aggregate of 10 years teaching
experience.
Desirable: Independent published work of high
standard/doctorate degree
4. Lecturer − Master Degree in Nursing.
− 3 years teaching experience after M.Sc. (N)
5. Tutor/Cli
nical
Instructor
− Master Degree in Nursing OR B.Sc. (N)
Degree (5) years experience after B.Sc. (N)
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staffing.pptx

  • 1. PRESENTED BY AKANKHSHA GUPTA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR COLLEGEOF NURSING, APOLLO HOSPITALS, BILASPUR STAFFING
  • 2. DEFINITION  It involves manpower planning to have the right person in the right place and avoid “Square peg in round hole”.
  • 3. MISSION  To ensure maximum utilization of human resources  To discover and obtain competent staff.  To ensure the continuity and growth of enterprise.  To improve job satisfaction  Good quality of care
  • 4. OBJECTIVES  To recruit adequate no. Of human resources  To carry out functions such as planning, directing and controlling  To recruit competent staff.  To retain right no. of staffs.  To provide training programs.
  • 5. PHILOSOPHY OF STAFFING  Nurse administrators believe that it is possible to match employee’s knowledge and skills to patient care needs in a manner that optimizes job satisfaction and care quality.  Nurse administrators believe that the technical and humanistic care needs of critically ill patients are complex that all aspects of that care should be provided by professional nurses.
  • 6. CONTINUE..  Nurse administrative believe that the health teaching and rehabilitation needs of chronically ill patients are so complex that direct care for chronically ill patients should be provided by professional and technical nurses.  Should believe that patient assessment, work quantification and job analysis should be used to determine the number of personnel in each category to be assigned to care for patients of each type (such as coronary care, renal failure, etc.,).
  • 7. CONTINUE..  Should believe that a master staffing plan and policies to implement the plan in all units should be developed centrally by the nursing heads and staff of the hospital.  Should the staffing plan should be administrated at the unit level by the head nurse, so that can change based on unit workload and workflow.
  • 8. IMPORTANCEOF STAFFING  Goal achievement  Efficiency  Quality of care  Training and developmental programs  To utilize materials.
  • 15. Staffing a/c INC & TNAI  CNO : 1 for 500 beds  NS : 1 for 400 beds  DNS : 1 for 300 beds  ANS : 1 for 100-150 beds  Ward sister : 1 for 25-30 beds  Staff nurse : 1:3 / 1:5  OPD & Emergency : 1:100  ICU : 1:1  1 ICN for 250 beds
  • 16. BASIC B.SC. NURSING Teaching faculty Admission Capacity Annual Intake 25-50 51-100 Professor-cum-Principal 1 1 Professor-cum-Vice Principal 1 1 Reader/Associate Professor 1 2 Lecturer 5 10 Tutor/Clinical Instructor 14 28 Total 22 42 Teacher Student Ratio= 1:10
  • 17. B.Sc.: NURSING (POST BASIC) Minimum-30 Annual Intake Minimum -30 Maximu m-50 Professor-cum-Principal 1 1 Professor-cum-Vice Principal 1 1 Reader/Associate Professor 1 3 Lecturer 5 7 Total 8 12 Teacher Student Ratio= 1:10
  • 18. BASIC: B.Sc. NURSING & B.Sc. NUSING (POST BASIC) Annual Intake B.Sc. Nursing (Basic) 50 or less B.Sc. Nursing (Post Basic) 30 or less Professor-cum-Principal 1 Professor-cum-Vice-Principal 1 Reader/Associate Professor 2 Lecturer 6 Tutor/Clinical Instructor 18 Total 28 Teacher Student Ratio= 1:10
  • 19. Part time Teachers/External Teachers 1. Microbiology 2. Bio-Chemistry 3. Bio-Physics 4. Psychology 5. Nutrition 6. English 7. Computer 8. Hindi/Any other language 9. Any other- clinical disciplines
  • 20. S.N. Post Qualification & Experience 1. Professor-cum- Principal − Masters Degree in Nursing − 14 years experience after M.Sc. (N) in college of Nursing. − 3 years experience in administration (Years of experience is relaxable if suitable candidate is not available) (If a candidate is not available, minimum 5 years of experience in college of nursing with an aggregate of 14 years teaching experience) Desirable: Independent published work of high standard/doctorate degree /M.Phil. 2. Professor- cumVice Principal − Masters Degree in Nursing − 14 years experience after M.Sc. (N) in college of Nursing − 3 years experience in administration (years of experience is relax able if suitable candidate is not available) (If a candidate is not available, minimum 5 years of experience in college of nursing, with an aggregate of 14 years teaching experience) Desirable: Independent published work of high standard/doctorate degree/M.Phil.
  • 21. 3. Reader/A ssociate Professor − Master Degree in nursing − 10 years experience after M.Sc. (N) in a college of Nursing. (If a candidate is not available, 5 years of experience in College of Nursing with an aggregate of 10 years teaching experience. Desirable: Independent published work of high standard/doctorate degree 4. Lecturer − Master Degree in Nursing. − 3 years teaching experience after M.Sc. (N) 5. Tutor/Cli nical Instructor − Master Degree in Nursing OR B.Sc. (N) Degree (5) years experience after B.Sc. (N)