TENNESSEE BOARD OF NURSING STATE APPROVED PROFESSIONAL NURSING PROGRAMS ANNUAL REPORT 2011

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1 TENNESSEE BOARD OF NURSING STATE APPROVED PROFESSIONAL NURSING PROGRAMS ANNUAL REPORT 2011 *DUE: December 9, 2011 PLEASE RETURN SIGNED, ORIGINAL HARD COPY TO: Tennessee Board of Nursing 227 French Landing, Suite 300 Heritage Place, Metro Center Nashville, TN and A COPY TO: SECTION I. GENERAL INFORMATION- PARENT INSTITUTION/ NURSING PROGRAM 1. Name of Institution: Motlow State Community College 2. Name and Title of Chief Executive Officer of the Institution (e.g., College or University President, Chancellor, etc.). Dr. MaryLou Apple, President of College 3. Institution Type: (select one) Two-year College X Four-year College University 4. Institution - Administrative Control: (select one) Private (Independent) Public X 5. Enrollment at the Institution as of October 15, 2011: Name/official designation of Nursing Program (e.g., School, Department, College, etc.): Department of Nursing Education and Allied Health 7. Address of Nursing Program and Public Contact Information: Street 6015 Ledford Mill Road P.O. Box 8500 City Lynchburg State TN Zip County Moore Telephone Number (for publication) ext 1628 Fax Number Web Address

2 8. Name, Credentials, and Title of the Highest Official of Nursing Program (e.g., Dean, Director, Chairperson, etc.): Program First Name Amy Middle Initial L. Last Name Huff Highest Degree MSN Title (Dean/Director) Interim Director of Nursing & Allied Health 9. Contact Information for the Highest Official named Above. Telephone Number Fax Number Address 10. Degree Programs Offered and Current Accreditation Status as of October 1, 2011: Offered? Yes/ No Accredited? Yes/ No Agency(s)? NLNAC/CCNE/ Both Date of Last Site Visit Date of Next Site Visit Associate Degree in Nursing Y Y NLNAC 2007/Focus Visit Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing N n/a n/a n/a n/a Master of Science Degree in Nursing/Master of Science N n/a n/a n/a n/a Doctoral Degree N n/a n/a n/a n/a 2

3 SECTION II. DATA ON ENROLLMENT AND GRADUATIONS ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM (IF APPLICABLE) A. Enrollment: Definition of Terms: Prenursing Students: Students who have declared a nursing major but have not been formally admitted into the nursing program or who have been admitted but are not yet enrolled in nursing course(s) Nursing Students: Students who have been admitted into the nursing program and are enrolled in nursing course(s) Enrollment: The number of full- and part-time students enrolled according to the official fall 2011 enrollment figures of the institution, including transfers and readmissions and excluding prenursing students. 1. Number of Associate Degree Students enrolled as of October 15, 2011: Number of Associate Degree students enrolled by class year: ( should equal the number provided in #1) 1 st year 78 2 nd year Enrollment status of Associate Degree students: (Full-time and Part-time as defined by your institution) ( should equal the total in question 1 above) Full-Time 26 Part-Time Gender distribution of Associate Degree students: ( should equal the total in question 1 above) Female 129 Male

4 5. Racial/Ethnic distribution of Associate Degree students: ( should equal the total in question 1 above) American Indian or Alaskan Native 3 Asian or Pacific Islander 3 Black, Non-Hispanic 1 Hispanic 1 White, Non-Hispanic 148 Other Race or Unknown 0 Non-U.S. Residents (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) Number of enrolled Associate Degree students who are licensed LPNs: Did the Associate Degree program have qualified applicants who were not admitted during the year? Yes X No If yes, number of qualified applicants not admitted: Could the Associate Degree program have accepted more students? Yes No X If no, please rank the top three factors preventing acceptance of more students into the Associate Degree program. Rank from 1 to 3 with 1 being the most important. Lack of faculty for classroom teaching Lack of faculty to supervise clinicals 1 Limited classroom space 3 Limited clinical sites Lack of qualified applicants Program budget constraints 2 Other (please specify) 9. Did your Associate Degree Program Budget change for the school year (select one)? Increased Decreased X Stayed the same 10. Are you expecting your Associate Degree Program Budget to change for the school year? Increased X Decreased Stayed the same 4

5 B. Graduations: The number of students that met graduation criteria and graduated from October 16, 2011 through October 15, number of Associate Degree graduates October 16, October 15, 2011: Gender distribution of Associate Degree graduates: ( should equal the total in question 1 above) Traditional RODP TOTAL Female Male Racial/Ethnic distribution of Associate Degree graduates: ( number should equal number provided in #1) Traditional RODP TOTAL American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Other Race or Unknown Non-U.S. Residents (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) Number of Associate Degree graduates who were licensed LPNs prior to graduation from the Associate Degree Program: 15 5

6 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (BSN) DEGREE PROGRAM (IF APPLICABLE) A. Enrollment: Prenursing Students: Students who have declared a nursing major but have not been formally admitted into the nursing program or who have been admitted but are not yet enrolled in nursing course(s) Nursing Students: Students who have been admitted into the nursing program and are enrolled in nursing course(s) Enrollment: The number of full- and part-time students enrolled according to the official fall 2011 enrollment figures of the institution, including transfers and readmissions and excluding prenursing students. 1. number of BSN degree students enrolled as of October 15, 2011: 2. Number of BSN degree students enrolled by type: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Traditional BSN Accelerated Second-Degree BSN (Students hold baccalaureate or higher degree in another field on admission; can complete the program in less time than basic BSN program, partially through transitional courses) LPN-BSN RN-BSN Other ( please specify and provide number) 3. Enrollment status of BSN degree students by type: (Full-time and Part-time as defined by your institution) ( should equal the number provided in #1) Full-Time Part-Time BSN (Initial RN Licensure) (Basic, Accelerated 2 nd Degree, LPN-BSN) RN-BSN 6

7 4. Gender distribution of BSN degree students by type: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Female Male BSN (Initial RN Licensure) (Basic, Accelerated 2 nd Degree, LPN-BSN) RN-BSN 5. Racial/ Ethnic distribution of BSN degree students by type: ( should equal number provided in #1) BSN (Initial RN Licensure) (Basic, Accelerated 2 nd Degree, LPN-BSN) American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Other Race or Unknown Non-US Resident (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) 6. Projected number of initial licensure graduates for the calendar year 2012: RN-BSN 7. Did the BSN Degree Program have qualified applicants who were not admitted during the year? Yes No If yes, number of qualified applicants not admitted: 8. Could the BSN Degree Program have accepted more students? Yes No If no, please rank the top three factors preventing acceptance of more students into the BSN Degree Program with 1 being the most important Lack of faculty for classroom teaching Lack of faculty to supervise clinicals Limited classroom space Limited clinical sites Lack of qualified applicants Program budget constraints Other (please specify) 9. Did your Bachelor Degree Program Budget change for the school year? Increased Decreased Stayed the same 10. Are you expecting your Bachelor Degree Program Budget to change for the school year? Increased Decreased Stayed the same 7

8 B. Graduations: The number of students that met graduation criteria and graduated from October 16, 2010 through October 15, number of BSN degree graduates October 16, 2010-October 15, 2011: 2. Number of BSN degree graduates by type: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Basic BSN Accelerated Second-Degree BSN (Students hold baccalaureate or higher degree in another field on admission; can complete the program in less time than basic BSN program, partially through transitional courses) LPN-BSN RN-BSN Other ( please specify and provide number) 3. Gender distribution of BSN degree graduates: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Female Male BSN (Initial RN Licensure) (Basic, Accelerated 2 nd Degree, LPN-BSN) RN-BSN 4. Racial/ Ethnic distribution of BSN degree graduates: ( should equal number provided in #1) American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Other Race or Unknown Non-US Resident (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) BSN (Initial RN Licensure) (Basic, Accelerated 2 nd Degree, LPN-BSN) RN-BSN 8

9 MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (MSN)/MASTER OF SCIENCE (MS) DEGREE PROGRAM (IF APPLICABLE) A. Enrollment: Prenursing Students: Students who have declared a nursing major but have not been formally admitted into the nursing program or who have been admitted but are not yet enrolled in nursing course(s) Nursing Students: Students who have been admitted into the nursing program and are enrolled in nursing course(s) Enrollment: The number of full- and part-time students enrolled according to the official fall 2011 enrollment figures of the institution, including transfers and readmissions and excluding prenursing students. 1. number of MSN/MS degree students enrolled as of October 15, 2011 (including MSN/MS- RODP home students, if applicable): 3. Number of MSN/MS degree students enrolled by type: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Non-RN to MSN/MS (Initial licensure) Basic MSN/MS (BSN RN on admission; include MSN/MS-RODP home students, if applicable) Number of above in an RODP ADN/Diploma RN to MSN/MS Number of above in RODP Other (please specify) 3. Enrollment status of MSN/MS degree students by type: (Full-time and Part-time as defined by your institution) ( should equal the number provided in #1) Full-Time Part-Time Non-RN to MSN/MS MSN/MS (RN on Admission) 9

10 4. Gender distribution of MSN/MS degree students by type: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Female Male Non-RN to MSN/MS MSN/MS (RN on Admission) 5. Racial/ Ethnic distribution of MSN/MS degree students by type: ( should equal number provided in #1) American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Other Race or Unknown Non-US Resident (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) Non-RN to MSN/MS MSN/MS (RN on Admission) 6. Did the MSN/MS Degree Program have qualified applicants who were not admitted during the year? Yes No If yes, number of qualified applicants not admitted: 7. Could the MSN/MS Degree Program have accepted more students? Yes No If no, please rank the top three factors preventing acceptance of more students into the MSN/MS Degree Program with 1 being the most important Lack of faculty for classroom teaching Lack of faculty to supervise clinicals Limited classroom space Limited clinical sites Lack of qualified applicants Program budget constraints Other (please specify) 8. Did your Masters Degree Program Budget change for the school year? Increased Decreased Stayed the same 9. Are you expecting your Masters Degree Program Budget to change for the school year? Increased Decreased Stayed the same 10

11 B. Graduations: The number of students that met graduation criteria and graduated from October 16, 2010 through October 15, number of MSN/MS degree graduates October 16, October 15, 2011: 2. Number of MSN/MS degree graduates by type: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Non-RN to MSN/MS (Initial licensure) Basic MSN/MS (BSN RN on admission; include MSN/MS-RODP home students, if applicable) Number of above in RODP ADN/Diploma RN to MSN/MS Number of above in an RODP Other (please specify) 3. Gender distribution of MSN/MS degree graduates by type: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Female Male Non- RN to MSN/MS MSN/MS (RN on Admission) 4. Racial/ Ethic distribution of MSN/MS degree graduates by type: ( should equal number provided in #1) American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Other Race or Unknown Non-US Resident (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) Non-RN to MSN/MS MSN/MS (RN on Admission) 11

12 POST-MASTER S CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (IF APPLICABLE) 1. number of Post-Master s Certificate students enrolled as of October 15, 2011: 2. Gender distribution of Post-Master s Certificate students: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Female Male 3. Racial/Ethnic distribution of Post-Master s Certificate students: ( should equal the number provided in #1) American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Other Race or Unknown Non-US Resident (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) 4. number of Post-Master s Certificate graduates October 16, 2010-October 15, 2011: 5. Gender distribution of Post-Master s Certificate graduates: ( should equal the number provided in #4) Female Male 6. Racial/Ethnic distribution of Post-Master s Certificate graduates: ( should equal the number provided in #4) American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Other Race or Unknown Non-US Resident (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) 12

13 MSN/MS DEGREE AND POST-MASTER S CERTIFICATE STUDENTS AND GRADUATES BY SPECIALIZATION Specialty or Area(s) of Study Enrollment On October 15, 2011 Graduates October 16, October 15, 2011 Administration Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) Clinical Research Management Education Holistic Health Nurse Anesthesia Nursing Informatics Nurse Midwifery Clinical Nurse Specialist Adult Community Health Gerontological Home Health Medical-Surgical Pediatric Psychiatric-Adult Psychiatric-Child/Adol Unspecified Other (specify) MSN/MS s Post-Master s MSN/MS s Post-Master s Nurse Practitioner Acute Care Adult Critical Care Family Gerontological Neonatal Pediatric Psychiatric-Adult Psychiatric-Child/Adol Women s Health Other (specify) Dual Degrees MSN/MS/MBA Other (specify) Other (specify) Undeclared Specialty *TOTAL * s should equal the number of enrollments and graduates as previously separated on pages

14 DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAM (IF APPLICABLE) A. Enrollment: Prenursing Students: Students who have declared a nursing major but have not been formally admitted into the nursing program or who have been admitted but are not yet enrolled in nursing course(s) Nursing Students: Students who have been admitted into the nursing program and are enrolled in nursing course(s) Enrollment: The number of full- and part-time students enrolled according to the official fall 2011 enrollment figures of the institution, including transfers and readmissions and excluding prenursing students. 1. Number of doctoral students enrolled by type: PhD, DNS, DSN, etc. DNP Other (please specify) 2. Type(s) of specialty focus in the doctoral program (mark all that apply): Administration Clinical Practice Education Research Other (please specify) 3. Number of doctoral students enrolled full-time and part-time: (Full-time and Part-time as defined by your institution) ( should equal the number provided in #1) Full-Time Part-Time PhD DNP 4. Gender distribution of doctoral students: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Female Male PhD DNP 14

15 5. Racial/ Ethnic distribution of doctoral students: ( should equal the number provided in #1) American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Other Race or Unknown Non-US Resident (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) PhD DNP B. Graduations: The number of students that met graduation criteria and graduated from October 16, 2010 through October 15, number of doctoral graduates October 16, October 15, 2011: 2. Gender distribution of doctoral graduates: ( should equal the number provided in #1) Female Male PhD DNP 3. Racial/Ethnic distribution of doctoral graduates: ( should equal the number provided in #1) American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Other Race or Unknown Non-US Resident (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) PhD DNP 15

16 SECTION III PROGRAM/SCHOOL CHARACTERISTICS 1. Types of nursing programs/options currently offered or planned (mark all that apply): Program/Options Currently Offered Plan to Offer (Within 3 Years) LPN to Associate Degree X Associate Degree X Basic BSN Degree Accelerated Second-Degree BSN LPN to BSN Degree RN to BSN Degree Non-RN to MSN/MS (Initial licensure) (please specify) Basic MSN/MS Degree (BSN on admission) (please specify) ADN/Diploma RN to MSN/MS (please specify) Dual Degree MSN/MS/MBA Other Dual Degree MSN/MS (please specify) Post-Master s Certificate (please specify) Doctoral Degree PhD DNP Other Doctoral Degree (please specify) Other (please specify) 16

17 2. Identify the delivery options for each of your current programs by placing an x in the boxes that apply. Program Type Traditional Day Program Evening/ Weekend Program Online Courses Available LPN to Associate Degree X X Associate Degree X X Basic BSN Degree Accelerated Second-Degree BSN LPN to BSN Degree RN to BSN Degree Non-RN to MSN/MS Degree Basic MSN/MS Degree ADN/Diploma RN to MSN/MS Post-Master s Certificate PhD DNP Other (specify) All didactic courses Online-RODP All didactic courses Online-Non-RODP 17

18 Section IV Faculty and Curriculum *Please complete the attached faculty inventory form (RN Faculty Inventory 2011.xls). 1. Number of full-time and part-time nurse and non-nurse faculty as listed on the faculty inventory form: (* should equal the number listed on the faculty inventory form) Full-Time Head Count Part-Time Head Count Part-Time FTE a Nurse Faculty Non-Nurse Faculty a FTE = Full-Time Equivalent. Number of FTE s should be calculated by adding the percentage of effort for each part-time faculty member. (Example Three (3) part-time faculty at 20% effort each and one (1) part-time faculty at 50% effort would be reported as 1.1 FTE). 2. Racial/Ethnic distribution of full-time and part-time nurse and non-nurse faculty as listed on the faculty inventory form (provide numbers): (* should equal the number listed on the faculty inventory form) Full-Time Nurse Faculty Part-Time Nurse Faculty Full-Time Non- Nurse Faculty Part-Time Non- Nurse Faculty American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Other Race or Unknown Non-U.S. Resident (Foreign) (Do not include in other numbers) Gender distribution of full-time and part-time nurse and non-nurse faculty as listed on the faculty inventory form (provide numbers): (* should equal the number on the faculty inventory form) Full-Time Nurse Faculty Part-Time Nurse Faculty Full-Time Non- Nurse Faculty Part-Time Non- Nurse Faculty Female Male

19 4. Number of budgeted (hard-line) unfilled full-time (or full-time equivalent) nurse faculty positions for the current ( ) academic year: 0 5. Number of budgeted (hard-line) unfilled, full-time (or full-time equivalent) positions by nursing specialty area: Medical/Surgical Nursing 0 Maternal/Infant Nursing 0 Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing 0 Adult Health Nursing 0 Pediatric Nursing 0 Community Health 0 Other (please specify) 0 6. Number of full-time faculty who resigned or retired during the previous academic year ( ): Resignations 1 Retirements 0 7. Primary reason for resignations (check all that apply for each resignee): Resignee Career Advancement Family Responsibilities Relocation Return to Clinical Practice Salary/Benefits Workload Issues X Unknown Other (specify) 8. Length of the following pre-licensure program(s), as applicable: (Please specify total number of academic terms) Associate Degree 5-6 terms (66 hours) Basic BSN Degree n/a Accelerated 2 nd -Degree BSN n/a MSN/MS for Initial Licensure n/a 19

20 9. Indicate total number of clinical contact hours for the following pre-licensure program(s), as applicable: Associate Degree (# Hours) Basic BSN Degree (# Hours) Accelerated 2 nd -Degree BSN (# Hours) MSN/MS for Initial Licensure (# Hours) Medical/Surgical Nursing 354 n/a n/a n/a Maternal/Infant Nursing 42 n/a n/a n/a Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing 35 n/a n/a n/a Pediatric Nursing 20 n/a n/a n/a Community Health Nursing 8 n/a n/a n/a Nursing Management 22 n/a n/a n/a Other (please specify) Mandatory practice hours in nursing lab (not including open practice) Do faculty ever have teaching responsibilities outside their area of master s specialization? Yes X No If yes, indicate if it is a didactic course or a clinical course, or both. Both If yes, is there a MSN/MS faculty member responsible for the course that has specialization in that area? Yes X No 11. Please identify the area(s) in which you do not have faculty with master s specialization: 12. In your opinion, do you have sufficient faculty to conduct your program? Yes X No If no, what do you believe are the primary reasons? (check all that apply) Lack of budgeted positions Salary levels Competition for resources Geographic location of program Lack of qualified applicants Other (please specify) Comments/Explanations: 20

21 Please enter any comments or explanations you may have regarding this section of the survey. Regarding Questions 1-3: the total does not equal that listed on the faculty inventory sheet because, although placed on the inventory list, the interim director (as an administrative position) is not included in the faculty count. The director s position is currently held in interim for the academic year by a faculty member whose faculty spot is filled with a temporary employee. A search is underway for a permanent director. Regarding Question 8: Nursing classes are completed within 4 semesters; however, Anatomy & Physiology I and II are prerequisites to enter the program, lengthening this to 6 semesters, typically. It may be 5 semesters due to two condensed sections of A&P offered on the McMinnville campus: a student may be able to complete both A&P I and II within one semester. Regarding Question 9: Students also gain pediatric experience through their community health/health department clinical hours and through any med/surg clinical days in which they may be given a pediatric patient. 21

22 SECTION V CLINICAL AGENCIES A. Please identify major agencies used for clinical experience on the attached form (RN Clinical Agencies 2011). B. Availability of clinical resources 1. Are adequate clinical resources available to meet the present needs of your undergraduate curriculum structure and scheduling in relation to time and number of students in the following areas: Yes No N/A Medical-Surgical Nursing Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing X X Pediatric Nursing X Maternal/Neonatal Nursing Geriatric Nursing X X Community Health Nursing X Other (please specify) 2. If clinical resources are limited, please rank the top three factors perceived as creating the shortage with 1 being the most important Too many RN students 2 Too many LPN students Poor scheduling/coordination Agencies not responsive to needs of school Clinical resources not available in the community 1 Other physical environment (please specify) 3 3. Please identify average faculty-student (undergraduate) clinical ratio: 1:10 Comments/Explanations: Please enter any comments or explanations you may have regarding this section of the survey. 22

23 We are attempting to contract with additional health departments that would provide sufficient experiences for our RN students. With the addition of pediatric-specialty faculty, we will be considering ways to increase pediatric experiences through additional clinical sites. Some clinical agencies limit the amount of students to faculty members below the 1:10 ratio. We are able to accomplish this by pulling some students out each week for other clinical/observational experiences, such as psychiatric and OR rotations. Section VI Evaluation 1. Retention rate (%) of each class of graduates from October 16, 2010-October 15, 2011 for the following programs, as applicable: Retention rate is defined as the percentage of the class (admitted to the nursing program) completing the nursing program within 150% of the required length of the program, e.g., completing a four semester program within six semesters, a five semester program within seven semesters, a six semester program within nine semesters. Associate Degree (%) 73% Basic BSN (%) n/a Accelerated Second-Degree BSN (%) n/a LPN-BSN (%) n/a RN-BSN (%) n/a Non-RN to MSN/MS (Initial licensure) n/a (%) Basic MSN/MS (%) n/a ADN/Diploma RN-MSN/MS (%) n/a Other (please specify) n/a 2. Does your nursing program require an assessment test/proficiency test prior to taking an initial licensure exam? Yes X No If yes, provide the name of the test used: HESI RN Exit Exam Was there a relationship between the assessment and the pass rate on NCLEX? Yes No X 3. Can you identify those factors in students, faculty, curriculum and clinical experience which (a) facilitate your program goals: We have dedicated and competitive students who have entered the program and are intent on completing well. Particularly in the senior class, we have several socially-conscious adults and some with the ability to lead well. Our faculty make-up has strengthened with the addition of three new faculty members, two with pediatric specialties and one with an adult, acute care specialty. They have been engaged from the beginning of the semester and are learning quickly. Another returning faculty member has completed her psychiatric NP program at Vanderbilt. Our faculty are dedicated to quality nursing instruction and continuing education for themselves. 23

24 Faculty are dedicated to incorporating evidenced-based practice within their instruction and the curriculum. The curriculum is balanced with the use of didactic instruction via ITV, nursing lab simulations, return demonstration evaluations, and a variety of clinical experiences and locations. (b) obstruct your program goals: to balance school with family and work. Many of our students are nontraditional and are trying Our faculty team is now stabilized, but we still need to find a permanent director to lead the program. It is also difficult at times to find qualified MSN-prepared clinical adjuncts. It is difficult to find good inpatient pediatric experiences for our students for two main reasons. First, rural hospitals often do not have the census needed of pediatric patients for a good clinical experience for all students. Second, in our Rutherford County area (including Davidson County), there is great competition for those inpatient pediatric sites. Comments/Explanations: Please enter any comments or explanations you may have regarding this survey. Thank you for your time and attention to these questions. Results will be shared at the 2012 Dean s and Director s Meeting. Amy L. Huff, MSN, RN 12/07/11 Name of Dean, Director, Chairperson, or Date Head of Nursing Program (Please Print) Signature Title Interim Director of Nursing & Allied Health Telephone Number 24

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