From: Assessing the impact of academic-practice partnerships on nursing staff

Outcomes | Number | Percent |
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Impact of nursing students on their work (N = 291)^{a}
| ||

Made work less difficult | 60 | 20.6 |

Did not impact the difficulty of work | 172 | 54.8 |

Make work more difficult | 59 | 20.3 |

Influenced toward educational mobility (N = 285) | ||

Pursing higher education and | ||

● VANA participation influenced this decision | 45 | 15.8 |

● VANA participation did not influence this decision | 114 | 40.0 |

● Not pursuing higher education | 126 | 44.2 |

Very satisfied or satisfied with experience with nursing students re: | ||

Aptitude of students (N = 300) | 198 | 66 |

Clinical expertise of instructors (N = 299) | 197 | 66 |

Teaching ability of instructors (N = 299) | 191 | 64 |

Preceptor-to-student ratio (N = 297) | 190 | 64 |

Personal reward from working with students (N = 298) | 188 | 63 |

Instructor involvement in teaching students while on the unit (N = 299) | 185 | 62 |

Support from supervisors/colleagues to work with students (N = 298) | 182 | 61 |

Information provided to you about student’s learning objectives (N = 297) | 175 | 59 |

Instructor-to-student ratio (N = 293) | 161 | 55 |

Time available for you to work with students (N = 297) | 160 | 54 |

Professional recognition for working with students (N = 297) | 143 | 48 |