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A Study of the Impact of Nursing Staff Mix Models & Organizational Change Strategies on Patient, System & Caregiver Outcomes

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The Nursing Staff Mix Outcomes Study (NSMOS) was a province-wide research project that was designed to assess the impact of the composition and mix of nursing care staff in acute care teaching hospitals on patient, nurse and system outcomes. Read More

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Examining Knowledge and Skill Requirements in Pediatric Home Care Nursing

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The purpose of this research was to examine current approaches, and develop and test a new method for measuring nursing productivity in home care settings in Ontario, by evaluating its relationship to outcomes for the system and the patient. Read More

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A Study of the Impact on Selected Patient, Nurse and System Outcomes of Different Staff Mix Alternatives and Work Designs

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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between staff mix models comprised of regulated staff (RNs and RPNs), regulated and unregulated staff (RNs and URWs), and nursing and quality outcomes. Read More

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Nursing Report 2001 (Preliminary Study for Hospital Report 2001)

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The overall purpose of the Nursing Report project was to introduce and structure a nursing perspective within the Hospital Reports series in Ontario. The first project objective aimed to identify evidence-based indicators representative of nursing care. Read More

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