Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 449 EVIDENCE

Chamberlain College of Nursing

NR 449 EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE

CLASS SURVEY: HYPOTHETICAL DATA RESULTS – WEEK 6

(2 Pages)

1. What is your initial level of education in nursing?

a. High school 54.7%

b. Associate’s degree 23.1%

c. Baccalaureate degree 21.9%

d. Graduate degree 0.1%

2. If you hold an associate’s or baccalaureate degree, what was your prior degree in?

a. Medical-related degree or certificate 63.1%

b. Teaching 16.2%

c. Accounting 0 .7%

d. Business administration 1.2%

e. Other 18.8%

3. Do you have a prior healthcare occupation in any of these fields?

a. LPN 19.1%

b. CAN 63.0%

c. EMT/paramedics 11 1%

d. Pharmacy technician 0.3%

e. Surgical technician 3.7%

f. Dental hygiene 2.9%

g. Other 0.2%

4. What is your age?

Average age is 41 years

20–24https://mynursingpaper.com/

4.1%

25–29 Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 449 EVIDENCE

3.6%

30–34

13.2%

35–39

15.5%

40–44

17.6%

45–49

28.0%

50–64

21.4%

65 and over

0.2%

5. What is your gender?

Male 7.5% Female 92.3%

6. What is your racial or ethnic background?

a. Hispanic (of any race) 3.0%

b. American Indian or Alaska Native 0.5%

c. Asian 2.5%

d. Black or African-American 15.8%

e. Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 0.2%

f. White 69.1%

g. Race or ethnicity unknown 8.6%

7. What is your family status?

a. Married 70.5%

b. Widowed, divorced, or separated 18.1%

c. Never married 9.2%

8. Do you have children?

a. No children 56.2%

b. One child 24.9%

c. Two children 11.5%

d. Three or more children 5.6%

9. What is the time zone where you live?

a. Eastern 34%

b. Central 29%

c. Mountain 19%

d. Pacific 18%

10. Do you own your residence?

a. Yes 61%

b. No 39%

11. Please indicate how prepared you felt to enter nursing school.

a. Extremely prepared 15%

b. Prepared 37%

c. Neither prepared or unprepared 28%

d. Prepared 15%

e. Extremely unprepared 5%

12. Why did you decide to pursue a baccalaureate degree in nursing?

Themes from respondents

· Desire to help others

· Lifelong dream

· Ability to advance

· Availability of jobs

· Earning potential

· Loss of previous job

Class Survey: Hypothetical Data Results. Wk 6.docx

revised 8/1/01 nlh

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