Baccalaureate nurses, their frequency to lead self, lead others, stress of faculty-student relationships, stressful feelings, stress of personal environment, and clinical decision making
Patricia Voelpel, EdD, MSN, RN, ANP, CCRN, Dean of Nursing - Jersey College
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The purpose of this study was to examine how the frequency with which nurses lead themselves, lead others, the stress they experience in the nursing program with faculty-student relationships, their personal Stressful Feelings, the stress of their personal environment, and their Frequency to Rush to Decision Making relate to their Frequency of Clinical Decision Making.
Descriptive statistics and a series of t-tests of independent means were conducted to contrast graduate baccalaureate nurse responses who graduated from the accelerated program and the basic program. Means and standard deviations were used to report the group statistics and differences in graduate baccalaureate nurses' perceptions for their Frequency to Lead Self, Frequency to Lead Others, Stress of Faculty-Student Relationships, Stressful Feelings, Stress of Personal Environment, Frequency to Rush to Decision Making and Frequency of Clinical Decision Making.
The graduate baccalaureate nurses utilized their ability to make clinical decisions several times each week in their clinical practice. There was only a slight difference in the mean scores between the respondents in an accelerated program and the basic program.
A multiple regression analysis was employed to determine what variables predicted Frequency of Clinical Decision Making for the whole population in this study. Frequency to Lead Self and Frequency to Lead Others predicted the Frequency of Clinical Decision Making.
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