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WVONE: CNO Survey Results 2014. Prepared by:. Lou Ann Hartley, RN, PhD, NEA-BC, PAHM WVONE Immediate Past President. Agenda. Purpose and Objectives Background Data Collection Process Survey Findings Conclusions Action Plan. Survey Purpose and Objectives. Purpose:

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Wvone cno survey results 2014
WVONE:CNO Survey Results 2014

Prepared by:

Lou Ann Hartley, RN, PhD, NEA-BC, PAHM

WVONE Immediate Past President


  • Purpose and Objectives

  • Background

  • Data Collection Process

  • Survey Findings

  • Conclusions

  • Action Plan

Survey purpose and objectives
Survey Purpose and Objectives


  • Determine the interest of the CNOs in the state to establish an ongoing forum.


  • Survey the CNOs in the state to determine their level of interest in meeting on a regular basis.

  • Share the results with the WVONE Officers and Board to determine the next steps.

  • Develop an Action Plan based on the results.

  • With the approval of the Officers and Board, share the results with the Future of Nursing WV.


  • As a result of our Strategic Planning session, the Officers and Board members of WVONE agreed to survey the CNOs in the state to determine their interest in establishing a CNO forum.

  • Due to the rurality of the state, it has been difficult for CNOs to attend the WVONE annual conference. The WVONE Board has encouraged CNO membership during the last five years.

  • Research demonstrates that gaining CNO support for organizational membership is key to acquiring other leaders in the organization.

Data collection process
Data Collection Process

  • The survey was distributed May 1st to May 15th, 2015 using the WVONE CNO email distribution list.

  • Data were collected using a Survey Monkey link sent to 47 CNOs. Surveys were returned from 20 respondents yielding a response rate of 43%.

  • Completed surveys were reviewed and open ended questions were analyzed for themes.

Purpose of cno forum n 20
Purpose of CNO Forum (N = 20)

  • Engage CNO Leadership to advance the health of West Virginians

  • Networking, sharing ideas, and discussing issues facing health care

  • Bench mark best practices and share data

  • Address issues related to regulatory requirements imposed by state and federal government including but not limited to: meaningful use, value based purchasing, IOM recommendations for the Future of Nursing Campaign, and other issues involving advancement of the profession of nursing

  • Develop training program for leadership

Topics for discussion n 20
Topics for Discussion (N = 20)

Nurse Executive Presence

Recruitment and Retention

Staffing levels

Patient Satisfaction

Models of Care Delivery

Engaging Staff


Leadership Development and Programs

Residency Programs

Health Care Reform

Integrating Best Practice Data into care model

Delivering cost effective care

Hosting cno forum n 7
Hosting CNO Forum (N = 7)

Name of CNO:

Violet Shaw

Libby Bosley

Becky Brannon

Dottie Oakes

Joy Pelfrey

Name of Facility:

Ohio Valley Medical Center

Stonewall Jackson

Other thoughts and suggestions n 20
Other Thoughts and Suggestions (N = 20 )

We need this!

Great Idea!

Use WVONE Annual meeting as one meeting

Divide into subgroups based on facility size

Have a theme and move it around the state

Intraprofessional models of care

Consider webinars for meetings

One day Forums

Include large and small hospitals

Get speakers on topics of interest

As a new CNO, I need this


  • All of the respondents were interested in establishing a CNO Forum and identified purposes for a bi-annual meeting.

  • The majority of respondents want to meet twice a year.

  • Five CNOs and two organizations volunteered to host the CNO Forum.

  • The respondents identified topics of interest including leadership development and nurse residency programs.

  • The respondents suggested moving the Forum around the state to gain participation.