MAGNET MONDAY: RN Satisfaction (what’s 2-2-2 got to do with it?)
The 2-2-2 Quality Improvement Principle uses simple criteria (two quality indicators, two patient satisfaction indicators, and two work environment/staff satisfaction indicators) to help us clearly define what we are doing, why we’re doing it and what we expect to accomplish in the process.
Read more about it here: Simplifying Quality Improvement on ESP.
What’s it got to do with RN satisfaction? One of the “2s” is directly related to Nursing Work Environment/Staff Satisfaction – and many improvement ideas came directly from our 2010 RN Satisfaction Survey, specifically:
- Time to care for our patients
- MD – RN and RN – RN interactions
- Nursing input regarding the management of our practice environment and the profession of nursing
- Autonomy regarding the care decisions for our patients (ability to function to the full scope of our practice)
- Opportunities for professional development and recognition for our expertise as nurses
- Support from our nursing leadership team
- Quality of care on our units
Your voices matter in making AAMC the best nursing practice environment it can be! Continue to help celebrate our successes and highlight our opportunities for improvement by participating in the RN Satisfaction Survey, available 24/7 from May 7-May 27.
Information, instructions, and an RN code will be emailed and mailed to each eligible RN in the next few weeks. The survey is very easy to take from any computer, including an easy access link on the AAMC Nursing home page. Each eligible RN participating in the survey is able to receive a meal voucher and may be entered into a weekly drawing for the duration of the survey.
Visit the RN Satisfaction Survey table at the Professional Fair on Monday, May 7! Have questions? Your unit Professional Nurse Council (PNC) rep and Holly Greever (firstname.lastname@example.org) can help.
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