The findings of a Saskatchewan Registered Nursing Association (SRNA) report showing Saskatchewan resident confidence in nursing care was released at their Annual meeting on May 2nd in Regina.
In order to better serve the needs of their members, and in efforts to get a pulse of the general public’s attitudes and perceptions toward nursing practice in Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA) conducts bi-annual surveys. This most recent survey entitled “RN’s: Practice and Perception” was designed to help the SRNA engage in strategic planning, and identify a wide range of public perception as it concerns nursing practice in Saskatchewan. This was the fourth Practice and Perception research report since 2006 that has been completed for the SRNA.
Leader Post, Regina May 2nd: Survey respondents confident in Sask. nursing care
The majority of Saskatchewan residents surveyed are highly confident in the care they receive from registered nurses (RNs).
To get a pulse of the public’s general attitudes toward nursing practice in the province, the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA) commissions surveys biannually…… continue reading the FULL LEADER POST ARTICLE
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