Nov 14, '01
We've had two such surveys in the last year (not brief). After the first one the Nurse Managers were supposed to develop and implement "action plans". The second survey was supposed to judge the effectiveness of the "action plans".
The results of the first survey were discussed with all employees at hospital wide staff meetings that everyone was supposed to attend. The second survey was recent but they say they will also discuss these results. Over all there have been some visable changes made for the better based on the first survey.
However although one of the biggest responses was that staff wanted more imput in decision making. When committees were formed to address this concern, no one wanted to serve. Go figure!! How can you expect to have more imput without participation? As much as I tend to hate to take administrations side, the oppurtunity was offered, but there were few takers.
Last edit by debbyed on Nov 14, '01
Nov 16, '01
Last edit by NCNocRN on May 15, '04