2007-2008 Learning Needs Assessment

 
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We want to thank you for taking a few minutes out of your busy schedule to complete the 2007-2008 Learning Needs Assessment. Our goal in Organizational Development is provide high quality, patient population specific education to raise your level of competency and promote your professional development.

* 2. If non-clinical please specify position:

* 3. Please enter your shift:

* 4. Please enter your years in your profession

* 5. Critical Thinking:

  Most Important Least Important N/A
Nursing Process
Assess/Re-assess
Interpretation of Data
Problem Identification/Need
Evaluation/Results

* 6. Interpersonal Relationships:

  Most Important Least Important N/A
Effective MD/Nurse Communication
Dealing with Difficult People
Dealing with Mental Health Issues
Teamwork
Working with other departments, shifts, co-workers
Effective Communication
Family-centered Care

* 7. Boot Camp Basics:

  Most Important Least Important N/A
Mock Code
Basic EKG
IV Therapy
Drawing Labs
Wound Care
Falls

* 8. Technical Skills

  Most Important Least Important
General Computer Skills
Meditech
EMAR
Equipment Usage

* 9. Core Measures/Other Special Initiatives

  Most Important Least Important
Acute Myocardial Infaction (AMI)
Pneumonia
Heart Failure
Surgical Community-Accquired Infection Prevention (SCIP)
DVT
Pediatric Asthma

* 10. Employee Safety:

  Most Important Least Important
Back Safety
Proper Lifting
Equipment Use
Hazardous Materials
Emergency preparedness

* 11. Patient Safety:

  Most Important Least Important N/A
Medication Safety
Use Two Identifiers
Read-back of verbal/telephone orders & critical test results
Do Not Use Dangerous Abbreviations
Timeliness of reporting/receiving critical test & values
Standardize "handoff" communications (SBAR)
Action to prevent error in use of look alike/sound alike drugs
Label all medications and solutions on & off sterile field in procedural settings
comply with hand-hygiene guidelines
Hospital-associated managed as a sentinel event
Reconciliation of medications across continuum
Medication list to patient and next provider at discharge
Reduce the risk of harm resulting from falls
Encourage patient/families involvement in care and safety
Identify patient at risk for suicide

* 12. Accrediation Requirements

  Most Important Least Important
Joint Commission
Magnet
Baldridge
CNE

* 13. Diversity Issues:

  Most Important Least Important
Age
Gender
Cultural Background
Generation Gap

* 14. Service Standards:

  Most Important Least Important
Accountability
Appearance
Attitude
Call Lights
Commitment to Co-Workers
Communication
Customer Waiting
Elevator Etiquette
Privacy
Stewardship
Team
Telephone Etiquette

* 15. Customer Service:

  Most Important Least Important
Working with difficult employees, patients, and families
Patient Satisfaction
Being an Advocate for Your Customer
Service Recovery

* 16. Performance Improvement

  Most Important Least Important
Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA)
Improving work progress

* 17. Personal Development:

  Most Important Least Important
Goal Setting
Career Path

* 18. Planned Organizational Changes:

  Most Important Least Important
New Policies
New Practices
New Procedures
New Equipment
New Patient Populations
New Practitioners

* 19. List training needs not included in questions:

* 20. Comments:

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