Aug 7 2012
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Explore Findings from Survey on Nurse Faculty Work-Life

How do nurse faculty members spend their time?  How do they assess key aspects of their work-life?
 
In 2010 the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Evaluating Innovations in Nursing Education program (EIN) conducted a nationwide survey of full-time nurse faculty focusing on their employment characteristics, workloads and attitudes toward work-life. More than 3,000 respondents completed the survey, answering questions about more than 60 characteristics of work-life.
 
Now, using an online tool—the Nurse Faculty Query (NuFAQs)—you can search the survey results. The interactive tool allows you to customize the findings to suit your interests in faculty with particular backgrounds or rank, in specific settings or circumstances.
 
To see a brief demonstration and begin using this resource, click here.
Read more about NuFAQs in the latest issue of Sharing Nursing’s Knowledge.

Tags: Evaluating Innovations in Nursing Education, National, Nurses and Nursing, Nursing, Research & Analysis