First Faculty Mentor

Kathleen Ward

Department

Nursing

Award

1st Non-Empirical Undergraduate

Classification

Undergraduate (Junior)

Description

Abstract: Objective: To determine if there is a difference in the competency levels of nurses in a level II setting vs. a level IV setting. Design: Descriptive Setting: Level II and Level IV health care facilities in Kansas. Participants: 10 full-time registered nurses from level II setting and 10 full-time registered nurses from level IV setting (selecting 2 nurses from each unit). Total of 20 nurses. Methods: Competency levels will be evaluated utilizing a 20 question nursing competency exam formatted from online nurse competency databases. Results/Conclusions: Pending data collection

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Taking it to the Next Level

Abstract: Objective: To determine if there is a difference in the competency levels of nurses in a level II setting vs. a level IV setting. Design: Descriptive Setting: Level II and Level IV health care facilities in Kansas. Participants: 10 full-time registered nurses from level II setting and 10 full-time registered nurses from level IV setting (selecting 2 nurses from each unit). Total of 20 nurses. Methods: Competency levels will be evaluated utilizing a 20 question nursing competency exam formatted from online nurse competency databases. Results/Conclusions: Pending data collection