Critical care nurses' work environments 2008: a follow-up report.

@article{Ulrich2009CriticalCN,
  title={Critical care nurses' work environments 2008: a follow-up report.},
  author={Beth T. Ulrich and Ram{\'o}n Lavandero and Karen A Hart and Dana K Woods and John C. Leggett and Daria Friedman and Pat D'Aurizio and Samantha J Edwards},
  journal={Critical care nurse},
  year={2009},
  volume={29 2},
  pages={93-102}
}
CRITICALCARENURSE Vol 29, No. 2, APRIL 2009 93 Group (a leader in integrated talent solutions and a division of Omnicom) joined AACN to conduct a national survey of critical care nurses. The survey was designed to determine the baseline status of critical care work environments. The results of that survey were reported previously in Critical Care Nurse. In 2008, these 3 organizations conducted a follow-up survey. This article reports the major results of the 2008 survey with comparisons to the… CONTINUE READING

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