Knowledge and behaviors related to willingness to report an impaired nurse
Susan Mitchell, MSN - School of Nursing, Old Dominion University, Virginia Beach, VA, USA
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Based on a nurse-led, educational presentation on the impaired nurse profile, will assess the difference in knowledge of direct/ non-direct care nurses; and the difference in willingness to report an impaired nurse before and after receiving a nurse-led educational intervention on the impaired nurse profile.
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Knowledge of Impaired Nurse;
Willingness to Report an Impaired Nurse;
Impaired Nurse Profile
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