Thanks for your informative post. It is interesting to know that, there is truly a correlation between the level of education in nursing and patient’s safety. Like you pointed out there are many studies with the evidence that linked patient’s safety outcome to ADN and BSN nurses. A study published by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing in 2014 revealed that there is a more than 12% increase in the number of student enrolling into the RN to BSN program from 2013 – 2014. Nursing is in high demand among students, as well as patients, and one main reason for this increase is the recognition of the role higher education plays in improving patient safety (stmary.edu, 2017). This implies that nurses with ADN and BSN are more valued than those with only RN, by their educational curriculum, they are more prepared with all the knowledge that has been acquired from the program to handle the patient with better outcome. Nice Post.