Competence requirements in intensive and critical care nursing--still in need of definition? A Delphi study.

@article{Lakanmaa2012CompetenceRI,
  title={Competence requirements in intensive and critical care nursing--still in need of definition? A Delphi study.},
  author={Riitta-Liisa Lakanmaa and Tarja Suominen and Juha Perttil{\"a} and Pauli J. Puukka and Helena Leino-Kilpi},
  journal={Intensive & critical care nursing},
  year={2012},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={
          329-36
        }
}
BACKGROUND Empirical studies in competence are lacking in the field of intensive and critical care nursing. OBJECTIVE To identify competence requirements, by soliciting the views of intensive care unit nurses and physicians. METHODS Two rounds of the Delphi method were used in 2006 in Finland. Data were analysed by content analysis and with descriptive statistics. RESULTS Competence requirements in intensive and critical care nursing can be divided into five main domains: knowledge base… CONTINUE READING
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