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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