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Table 4 Respondent outcomes

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

Outcomes Number Percent
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
  1. athere were 314 returned surveys, but the N in parentheses reflects the number of respondents for the particular question