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Education Needs Assessment Survey of Critical Access Hospitals. December 2003. December 2002 Survey . Top 5 educational needs Nursing skills – specific to clinical care Customer service/New regulations and rules (tie) Leadership Technical Competencies/Communication and Conflict (tie)

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december 2002 survey
December 2002 Survey
  • Top 5 educational needs
    • Nursing skills – specific to clinical care
    • Customer service/New regulations and rules (tie)
    • Leadership
    • Technical Competencies/Communication and Conflict (tie)
    • Computer skills
why did we survey again in december 2003
Why did we survey again in December 2003?
  • To identify training needs for specific “nursing skills” and “technical competencies”
  • To learn more about the capabilities and uses of information technology in the hospitals
divisions of survey by subject area
Divisions of survey by subject area
  • Nursing skills and knowledge
    • Administrative areas
    • Diseases, disorders, and therapies
      • Diagnostic tests
      • Disorders or conditions
      • Therapies
    • Patient care
  • Information Technology
estimate the levels of need for training in the following areas
Estimate the levels of need for training in the following areas:
  • Developing a client care plan
  • Documenting and reporting techniques
  • Patient education
  • Infection control
  • Disaster management
  • Orientation
level of need for training in
Level of need for training in:
  • Developing a client care plan
level of need for training in1
Level of need for training in:
  • Documenting and reporting techniques
level of need for training in4
Level of need for training in:
  • Disaster management
level of need for training in other administrative areas
Level of need for training in other administrative areas
  • Other skill areas identified: (44% responded)
    • Regulations and Compliance
      • HIPPA, Medicare (swing bed), documentation
    • CAH
      • Policies and charging
    • Management/Supervisory/Teambuilding
    • Documentation
    • Critical Thinking
    • Customer Service
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Describe any specific training needs that relate to diseases, disorders and therapies in the areas of:
  • Diagnostic Tests
  • Disorders or Conditions
  • Therapies
level of need for training in diagnostic tests
Level of need for training in diagnostic tests:
  • Skill areas designated (16% responded)
    • Lab tests
    • Interpreting test values
    • New tests
    • Magnetic resonance angiography (MRA)
level of need for training in disorders or conditions
Level of need for training in disorders or conditions:
  • Skill areas designated (22% responded)
    • Diabetes care
    • Cardiac care
    • Bariatric care
    • Reviews of top diagnoses in institution, e.g. AMI, CHF, COPD, pneumonia
level of need for training in therapies
Level of need for training in therapies:
  • Skill areas designated (9% responded)
    • New drugs
    • IV Medications
    • BiPAP and C-PAP therapy
    • Chest tubes
    • Conscious sedation
list any other training needs relative to diseases disorders and therapies
List any other training needs relative to diseases, disorders and therapies?
  • Patient Specific Focus
    • Detox
    • Multiple trauma
    • Obstetric
    • Pediatric
    • Renal
    • Skin and wound care
list any other training needs relative to diseases disorders and therapies1
List any other training needs relative to diseases, disorders and therapies?
  • Patient Care methods
    • ACLS
    • Cricothyrotomy
    • Critical care skills
    • Epidural pain management
    • Intraosseous infusions
    • Patient assessment
    • Restraints (physical and chemical)
indicate the levels of need for training in these aspects of patient care
Indicate the levels of need for training in these aspects of patient care?
  • Patient hygiene
  • Vital signs and physical assessment
  • Patient posture
  • Medications
  • Nutrition and fluid balance
  • Respiratory care
  • Pain management
level of need for training in7
Level of need for training in:
  • Vital signs and physical assessment
level of need for training in8
Level of need for training in:
  • Patient posture (e.g. orthopedic techniques)
level of need for training in9
Level of need for training in:
  • Medications (topical, oral or parenteral)
level of need for training in10
Level of need for training in:
  • Nutrition and fluid balance
information technology
Information Technology
  • “How does your hospital connect with the Internet?
information technology1
Information Technology
  • “In your opinion, what is the degree of interest at your hospital in using the Internet for training nurses and other clinical providers?”
information technology availability of equipment
Information Technology: Availability of Equipment
  • A surprising half of the nurses have access to the following technologies at their hospitals in a location suited to learning:
    • PC with Internet connection (69%)
    • PC with CD-ROM (50%)
    • Personal e-mail address (50%)
    • Telephone (89%)
survey brought to you by
Survey brought to you by:

A grant from the Wisconsin Office of Rural Health to the Northern Wisconsin Area Health Education Center (NAHEC) for the Critical Access Hospitals of Wisconsin

January 2004

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