Factors Associated With Perceived Job Preparedness Among RNs: Results From a National Survey
Journal of Nursing Administration
This article examines perceived job preparedness by demographic and professional characteristics among practicing registered nurses who completed a national survey. Rural and male nurses felt less prepared for nursing practice and may benefit from tailored educational experiences to improve perceptions of being prepared for the workforce.
Rural and Minority Health Research Center
Whitney Zahnd, Elizabeth Crouch, Janice Probst, Selina Hunt McKinney, Demetrius Abshire, Jan Eberth