Measurement of Nursing Outcomes, 2nd Edition: Volume 1: Measuring Nursing Performance in Practice, Education, and Research / Edition 2

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This is a compendium of over 30 tools for the measurement of professional and educational outcomes in nursing. It is a second edition of the award winning series of books on measuring outcomes in nursing.

The tools and methods are presented with attention to purpose and utility, conceptual basis, development, testing, and reliability and validity assessments. Major topic areas focus on clinical decision making and performance in education and practice, student outcomes, and research. In most cases the complete measurement instrument is included in the book.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780826114174
  • Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/3/2001
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 424
  • Product dimensions: 6.36 (w) x 9.18 (h) x 1.01 (d)

Meet the Author

Louise S. Jenkins, PhD, RN, is Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Maryland School of Nursing. She received a BS degree from Northern Illinois University and MS and PhD degrees from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Her research program is in the area of individual cardiac recovery and rehabilitation. She has developed and tested various outcome measures for use with self-efficacy theory and the study of quality of life. She serves on a number of editorial and review boards. She is currently principal investigator on a grant to develop an Institute for Teaching and Learning with Technology in Health and Human Services and recently was a collaborator on the development and implementation of a new Clinical Education and Evaluation Laboratory.

Carolyn F. Waltz, PhD, RN, FAAN, is a Professor at the University of Maryland, School of Nursing in Baltimore, Maryland. She received her BSN and MS degrees in public health nursing from the University of Maryland and her PhD in education with specialization in research, evaluation and measurement from the University of Delaware. Dr. Waltz is an internationally recognized expert in the development of outcomes evaluation and measurement in clinical and educational settings and an adjunct member of GRIISIQ, Quebec Interuniversity Nursing Intervention Research Group, a consortium of researchers from all Canadian universities in Quebec. She has published extensively including award winning books and articles on research, measurement, nursing outcomes, program development and evaluation. She has received research funding from multiple sources, authored numerous articles, books and book chapters, and was a founding editor of the journal Evaluation &the Health Professions. She has provided numerous clinical and educational outcomes evaluations, consultations, presentations, and workshops to varied health care audiences nationally and internationally and is widely acknowledged as a pioneer in outcomes measurement, evaluation and research.

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Table of Contents

• Diagnostic Reasoning Simulations and Instruments, Jean M. Arnold
• Clinical Decision Making in Nursing Scale, Helen M. Jenkins
• Creativity in the Application of the Nursing Process Tool, Roberta J. Emerson
• Measuring Clinical Judgment in Home Health Nursing, Angeline M. Jacobs and Felicitas A. dela Cruz
• Postpartum Caseload Priority-Setting Instrument, Irene M. Bobak
• Performance Appraisal Tool (Revised), Margaret R. Kostopoulos
• Measuring Clinical Decision Making Using A Clinical Simulation Film, Donna Ketchum Story
• Clinical Performance Examination for Critical Care Nurses, Barbara Clark Mims
• Clinical Performance Measure, Kathryn S. Hegedus, Eloise M. Balasco, Anne S. Black
• Measuring Quality of Nursing Care for DRGs Using HEW - Medicus Nursing Process Methodology, Elizabeth A. Barrett
• Clinical Evaluation Tool, Carol L Rossel, Barbara A. Kakta, Gail A.Vitale, Peggy R. Rice, Katherine N. McDannel, and Pamela A. Martyn
• Clinical Competence Rating Scale, Linda J. Scheetz
• Clinical Evaluation Tool, Elizabeth P. Howard
• Measuring RN Students Clinical Skills via Computer, Linda Finke, Patricia Messmer, Marie Spruck, Barbara Gilman, Elizabeth Weiner, and Lou Ann Emerson
• Influence of Review Course Preparation on NCLEX-RN Scores, Nelda Samarel
• Influence of English Language on Ability to Pass the NCLEX-RN, Joan Gittins Johnston
• Criterion - Related Validity of the NCLEX-RN, Muriel W. Lessner
• Self Assessment Leadership Instrument, Bonnie Ketchum Smola
• Evaluation of Learning According to Objectives Tool, Joan M. Johnson
• Student Stress and Coping Inventory, Barbara Jaffin Cohen
• Faculty Role Preparation Self-Assessment Scale, Janet M. Burge
• Assertiveness Behavior Inventory Tools, Paulette Freeman Adams and Linda Holbrook Freeman
• Nursing Activity Scale, Karen Kelly
• Nursing Care Role Orientation Scale, Jacqueline Stemple
• Justification of Moral Judgment and Action Tool, Sara T. Fry
• Reliability and Validity of the Nursing Role, Conceptions Instrument, Gretchen Reising Cornell
• Attitudes Toward Physically Disabled College Students, Patricia Messmer, Alice Conway, Janice Giltinan, Kathy Stroh
• Organizational Climate Descriptive Questionnaire (Modified), Q. Kay Branum
• Blaney/Hobson Nursing Attitude Scale, Doris R. Blaney, Charles J. Hobson, Anna B. Stepniewski
• Research Appraisal Checklist, Mary E. Duffy
• Knowledge of Research Consumerism Instrument, Cheryl B. Stetler and E. Ann Sheridan
• A Program Evaluation Model for Continuing Education Programs, Angeline Jacobs, De Ann M. Young, Felicitas A. dela Cruz
• Opinionnaire: Computing in Nursing, Barbara S. Thomas
• Software Evaluation Tool, Sandra Millon Underwood

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