Development resource and fiscal variables utilizing Differentiated Group Professional Practice project data
AuthorGilliam, Sandra Lee, 1952-
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis study had two purposes: (1) to formulate and test for sensitivity and comparability of Resource variables based on data collected across multiple sites; (2) to formulate and test for sensitivity and comparability of Fiscal variables based upon data collected across multiple sites. This exploratory descriptive study utilized data collected during the Differentiated Group Professional Practice project. Global analysis was utilized in creation of nurse Resource and Fiscal variables. Correlational statistics were utilized to evaluate performance of Resource and Fiscal variables within the project model. The Professional Practice index of Autonomy demonstrated a positive relationship with the nurse Resource variables of Retention and Stability. Increases in Professional Practice indices demonstrated negative relationships with Fiscal variables. Satisfaction demonstrated relationship to Resource or Fiscal variables.
Degree ProgramGraduate College