BSN Completion Barriers, Challenges, Incentives, and Strategies

@article{Duffy2014BSNCB,
  title={BSN Completion Barriers, Challenges, Incentives, and Strategies},
  author={Marie T Duffy and M. Friesen and K. Speroni and Diane Swengros and Laura A Shanks and Pamela A Waiter and M. Sheridan},
  journal={JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration},
  year={2014},
  volume={44},
  pages={232–236}
}
OBJECTIVE: The objectives of this study were to explore RN perceptions regarding barriers/challenges and incentives/supports for BSN completion and identify recommendations to increase RN BSN completion. BACKGROUND: The Institute of Medicine’s 2011 The Future of Nursing report recommended the proportion of RNs with a BSN increase to 80% by 2020. METHOD: This qualitative study included 41 RNs who participated in 1 of 6 focus groups based on their BSN completion status. RESULTS: Primary themes… Expand
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