nursing questionnaire

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    any nurses wanna do me a huge favor and fill this out, it'll only take like 3.087 minutes.

    1. What is your educational background?

    2. How many hours to you work in one week?

    3. what is your job title?

    4. what sort of training have you obtained from the job?

    5. what has been your career path so far?

    6. What are the satisfying aspects of your job?

    7. what are your major responsibilities?

    8. What are the greatest pressures, strains or anxieties ?

    9. what are the dissatisying aspects of your job? Is this typical of the field?

    10. How would you describe the atmoshere/culture of the workplace?

    11. can you recommend learning skill about the job or occupation

    12. What type of continuing education does your job requires?

    13. what is one aspect of a candidate do you look for when you are interviewing?
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    1. What is your educational background? HS Grad and LPN-vocational school

    2. How many hours to you work in one week? 40+ depending on what bills gotta pay

    3. what is your job title? CNA

    4. what sort of training have you obtained from the job? NONE

    5. what has been your career path so far? Went to school for RN for 2 months,
    then decided to go for LPN for 18 months


    6. What are the satisfying aspects of your job? Making a difference in someone elses life

    7. what are your major responsibilities? Patient Care for now

    8. What are the greatest pressures, strains or anxieties ? Nurses who don't listen or think they are so much better then me

    9. what are the dissatisying aspects of your job? Is this typical of the field? Not being appreciated

    10. How would you describe the atmoshere/culture of the workplace? Stressful

    11. can you recommend learning skill about the job or occupation NONE

    12. What type of continuing education does your job requires? They don't pay for any always run out of money

    13. what is one aspect of a candidate do you look for when you are interviewing?[/quote]
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    . What is your educational background? HS diploma and Diploma in practical nursing.

    2. How many hours to you work in one week? About 16

    3. what is your job title? Licensed Practical Nurse

    4. what sort of training have you obtained from the job?
    nothing other than what I came in with

    5. what has been your career path so far?
    I went to LPN school and am now finishing up an LPN-RN bridge program August 7th. I've been working in LTC facility my entire career.

    6. What are the satisfying aspects of your job?
    love the residents..making them smile, getting through to a "difficult" resident..seeing improvements in health..getting a thank you from family member/resident/staff..money is fair

    7. what are your major responsibilities?
    medication administration
    treatments
    documenting/charting
    overseeing 20-22 residents
    delegating to CNAs

    8. What are the greatest pressures, strains or anxieties ?
    the managers who know nothing about residents
    the nurse:resident ratio..we have a HEAVY med pass
    everyone doesn't do their job

    9. what are the dissatisying aspects of your job? Is this typical of the field?
    having the care for so many residents
    the new report system
    rules being made up without staff or residents in mind
    useless paperwork

    It's this facility, I don't think it's typical but I'm sure there are other places similar.

    10. How would you describe the atmoshere/culture of the workplace?
    stressful at times
    laidback at times
    busy
    disorganized

    11. can you recommend learning skill about the job or occupation
    don't understand this question

    12. What type of continuing education does your job requires?
    We have to keep our license current and also complete some type of computerized assessments each month.

    13. what is one aspect of a candidate do you look for when you are interviewing? I don't conduct interviews but when I've been interviewed the answer about the turnover rate is a big thing for me.
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    Quote from jive shaman
    any nurses wanna do me a huge favor and fill this out, it'll only take like 3.087 minutes.

    1. what is your educational background? diploma of vocational nursing, and about 38 credit hours accrued at my local community college

    2. how many hours to you work in one week? between 40 and 72 hours per week; this varies since i work 2 jobs.

    3. what is your job title? lvn charge nurse

    4. what sort of training have you obtained from the job? skills-based stuff...i am too tired to go into detail

    5. what has been your career path so far? primarily caught in the vortex of nursing homes. i also have a limited amount of psychiatric nursing experience.

    6. what are the satisfying aspects of your job? the flexibility, and the paycheck

    7. what are your major responsibilities? med administration, treatments, wound care, documentation, reporting changes in condition, assessments, and much more.

    8. what are the greatest pressures, strains or anxieties ? dealing with abusive family members, rude physicians, bullying coworkers, demanding patients, and unsympathetic managers

    9. what are the dissatisying aspects of your job? is this typical of the field? again, i find it very dissatisfying to deal with abusive family members, snippy doctors, demanding patients, callous coworkers, and incompetent managers

    10. how would you describe the atmoshere/culture of the workplace? to make a long story short, i'd say that my workplace has a "tattletale" culture

    11. can you recommend learning skill about the job or occupation i'm unsure

    12. what type of continuing education does your job requires? biweekly inservices on issues such as abuse, residents' rights, proper transfer techniques, iv therapy, incontinent care, wound care, etc.

    13. what is one aspect of a candidate do you look for when you are interviewing? as a floor nurse, i typically do not interview candidates
    e.o.m. (end of message)


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