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1 California Board of Registered Nursing Annual School Survey NAVIGATING THE SURVEY Welcome to the BRN Annual School Survey. Printing Survey Questions If you would like to print the survey questions prior to completing the online survey, CLICK HERE to select the sections you would like to print. Each section you select will appear in a PDF format. Navigating the Survey The survey begins by asking general questions about your school and the type of nursing programs offered at your institution. After completing this section of the survey, you will be redirected to a table of contents page with all of the survey sections that should be completed on behalf of your institution. Please complete all of the survey sections that appear in the table of contents. Each section of the survey asks questions about nursing programs offered at your school during the academic year. If you need to go back and forth within a section of the survey, click on the Previous Page or Next Page buttons at the bottom of the page. Do not use the back button in your internet browser unless otherwise directed. If you want to switch from one section of the survey to another (i.e. from the ADN section to the Pre-Licensure section), click on the table of contents icon in the top left corner to click on the sections that are available for you to complete. If you want to exit the survey prior to completing it, click "Next Page" on the page you are currently working on before closing your internet browser. You can click on your unique survey link to return to the survey to complete the survey with your previous responses already entered. At the top of each page of the online survey, there are several links that help you find definitions to key words and get technical support. Submitting Survey Responses Once you have completed all survey sections required for your school and are ready to submit them, return to the Table of Contents by clicking on the Table of Contents button at the bottom of the page. All of the survey sections that appear on this page should have a check mark in front of them, indicating that all survey sections have been viewed. To submit your responses, click on the section titled "Submit Survey Responses." This section will bring you to a message indicating that you have reached the end of the survey and can submit your responses by clicking "Next Page." Once you have submitted your responses, you will be redirected to a webpage that will allow you to download and save your survey responses as a PDF. Please save a copy of your results for your records. Once you have submitted your responses, you will not be able to access them again. If you need to change responses you have already submitted, please contact Renae Waneka as soon as possible. Survey Assistance To assist you in completing the survey, detailed instructions accompany each section and definitions for particular terms are provided. Terms with definitions are in blue-ink and underlined throughout the survey. Their definitions can be accessed by clicking on the term. To access the list of terms and Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 2 of 126

2 their definitions, CLICK HERE. The definition list is also accessible from the top of each survey page. If you have questions about the content of the survey, please contact Julie Campbell-Warnock at (916) , If you have technical difficulties, please contact Renae Waneka, (415) Assistance is available on weekdays between 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. Pacific Time. A link to the contact information for technical assistance will be accessible from the top of each survey page. Deadline for Submission The final deadline for submitting your survey responses is November 14, 2014 at 11:00 P.M. Responses submitted after this time will not be included in the data compilation and analysis. INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION Please begin by providing the following information about your institution. Grl1: Name of university or college Grl2: Name of nursing school or department Please select the program(s) offered by your school between August 1, 2013 and July 31, 2014 (Check all that apply): Pre-licensure Programs Grl3_2012: ADN Program (This includes LVN to ADN programs) Grl4: Grl5: BSN Program (This includes LVN to BSN programs) Entry-level Master s (ELM) Program Post-Licensure Programs Grl6: RN to BSN Program Grl7: Master s Degree Program Grl8: Doctoral Program(s) (e.g. PhD, DNS, DNP) Grl9_2014: Do any of your nursing programs have at least one pre-licensure registered nursing student at a satellite/alternate campus that is located in a different county than your home campus? Only respond yes if the satellite/alternate campus is in a different county than your home campus. The campus must be located in California and approved by the BRN as an alternate/secondary location. Yes No Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 3 of 126

3 Grl9a_2012: a) If yes, list the different counties in which you have at least one satellite campus. Do not include the county of your home campus. 1) 2) 3) GENERAL PRE-LICENSURE PROGRAMS SURVEY The following questions pertain to all of your pre-licensure nursing education programs between August 1, 2013 and July 31, 2014 unless otherwise noted. If the program has no instances of a particular population, please enter 0 in the space provided. If the data are not available, please leave the space blank. Administration of Pre-Licensure Programs Prelicen1_2011: 1. Director of Nursing Education Program Name: Title: Credentials: Street address: City: County: State: Zip code: Director s phone number: Contact phone number for BRN business: Phone number for the public: Fax: Prelicen1a_2011: 1.a) Has the Program Director been in this position for less than one year? Yes No Prelicen2: 2. Individual providing survey information: Same as above If the Director of Nursing Education is not completing this survey, please complete the following. Name: Title: Phone: Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 4 of 126

4 Fax: Prelicen3_2014: 3. Between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14, what was the average number of weekly hours the Director spent administering the registered nursing education program(s)? Do not include time spent on other health-related programs. Average weekly hours actually spent Prelicen3a_2014: 3.a. Please report the percent of the Director s work time spent on each of the following activities. All categories should total 100%. Administering the RN program Teaching Development (fundraising, grant writing, etc.) Budgeting Counseling students Staffing Curriculum development Service Scholarship Research Coordination of preceptors/nurse residency programs Administration of other programs Other (please describe ) Prelicen3b_2013: 3.b. If the Director oversees multiple programs, which of the following does (s)he oversee? Check all that apply. LVN CNA HHA EMT Paramedic Technician (i.e. psychiatric, radiologic, etc.) Health sciences Health professions Graduate programs Other(please describe ) Prelicen4_2013: 4. How many Assistant Directors do you have? (Please check one.) More than 3 Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 5 of 126

5 Prelicen4a_2014: 4.a. Between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14, what was the average number of weekly hours each Assistant Director was allotted and the average number of weekly hours they actually spent administering the registered nursing education programs? Do not include time spent on other health-related programs. Average weekly hours allotted Average weekly hours actually spent Assistant Director 1 Assistant Director 2 Assistant Director 3 Average for the remaining Assistant Directors Comments: Prelicen5a_2014: 5.a. Please report how many individuals provide clerical support for the RN program and the average number of hours per week they spend supporting the program. Clerical # Individuals Average Weekly Hours for All Individuals General Pre-Licensure Program Information Questions in this section pertain to the status of your pre-licensure nursing education program(s) between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14 unless otherwise noted. If the program has no instances of a particular population, please enter 0 in the space provided. If the data are not available, please indicate so by leaving the space blank. Prelicen6_2012: 6. Please rank the following factors in order of their impact on student attrition in your pre-licensure program(s). (A ranking of 1 reflects the factor with the greatest impact on attrition.) Attrition Factor Rank (1-9) Financial need Personal reasons (e.g. home, job, health, family) Change of major or career interest Transfer to another school Academic failure Clinical failure Other 1 (Describe: ) Other 2 (Describe: ) Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 6 of 126

6 Prelicen7: 7. What student retention strategies have you employed in your nursing program(s)? (Check all that apply) Increased financial aid Increased child care Student success strategies (e.g. mentoring, remediation, tutoring) New admission policies instituted Personal counseling Program revisions (e.g. curriculum revisions) Other: None Prelicen8_2012: 8. Which innovations have you employed to expand your program? (check all that apply) Extended/satellite campuses Simulation training Distance Education (e.g. online, interactive video) Accelerated/ year round program Evening schedule Weekend schedule Part-time program Shared faculty Use of adjunct faculty Grants Other: None Prelicen9: 9. Is lack of access to prerequisite science and general education courses a problem for your prenursing students? Yes No (If No, skip to question 10.) Prelicen9a: a.) If yes, which of the following strategies have been used by your college? (Check all that apply) Agreements with other schools for prerequisite courses Prerequisite courses in adult education Transferable high school courses to achieve prerequisites Offering additional prerequisite courses on weekends, evenings, and summers Providing online courses Accepting online courses from other institutions Adding science course sections Other: Prelicen10: 10. Between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14, did any of your pre-licensure nursing students encounter any restrictions to clinical practice imposed by the clinical facilities? Yes No (If no, skip to question 11) Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 7 of 126

7 Prelicen10a_2011: a) If yes, please report how common each of the following restrictions are for students in your pre-licensure nursing programs. Very Uncommon Uncommon Common Very Common Not Applicable Lack of access to: Bar coding medication administration (i.e. Pyxis) Electronic medical records Glucometers Automated medical supply cabinets (i.e. OmniCell) IV medication administration Clinical site due to visit from the Joint Commission or other accrediting agency Direct communication with health care team members Alternative settings due to liability (i.e. home health visits) Patients related to staff nurse preferences or concerns about additional workload Health and safety requirements (i.e. drug screening, background checks) Other 1: Other 2: Prelicen10b: b) In which areas do these clinical restrictions occur? (Check all that apply) Medical/surgical Obstetrics Pediatrics Psychiatry/Mental Health Geriatrics Critical Care Community Health Other 1 (Describe: ) Other 2 (Describe: ) Prelicen10d_2014: c) What reasons were given for restricting student access to the following? (Check all that apply) Electronic Medical Records Medication Administration Insufficient time to train students Liability Patient confidentiality Staff fatigue/burnout Staff still learning and unable to assure documentation standards are being met Cost for training Other Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 8 of 126

8 Prelicen10e_2014: d) How does the program make up for training in these areas of restricted access? (Check all that apply) _ Ensuring all students have access to sites that train them in this area _ Training students in the classroom _ Training students in the SIM lab _ Purchase practice software, such as SIM Chart _ Other Prelicen10c: c) If you have additional comments about student restrictions to clinical practice, please report them here. Prelicen11: 11. Please identify the percentage of your funding that came from each of the following sources. The total of all percentages should equal 100%. (Round to the nearest percent. Do not use decimal points.) % of Total Funding Received Funding Source between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14 Your college/university operating budget Industry (i.e. hospitals, health systems) Foundations, private donors Government (i.e. federal grants, state grants, Chancellor's Office, Federal Workforce Investment Act) Other: Total 100% Prelicen12_2012: 12. Of those students who completed the program between 8/1/13 to 7/31/14, what percentage is employed in nursing in California? Home Campus Campus 1 % students employed in nursing in California Prelicen13: 13. Does your school offer an RN refresher course? Yes No (If no, skip to Question 15.) Prelicen13a_2011: a.) Which RN refresher courses are offered? Campus 2 Campus 3 Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 9 of 126

9 Prelicen13b: b.) How many students completed a refresher course between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14? students completed Prelicen13i_ i. Does your school or nursing program(s) collect student disability data as part of the admissions process? Yes No Don t know Prelicen13ia_2014 If yes, a. Would you be able to get access to aggregate data to report in this survey along with the other demographic information that is reported? Yes No Don t know Prelicen13ii_ ii. Briefly describe how often disability data are collected (e.g. only upon admission, upon student disclosure, at regular intervals throughout a student s enrollment in the program, etc.). CLINICAL SIMULATION Clinical simulation provides a simulated real-time nursing care experience using clinical scenarios and low to hi-fidelity mannequins, which allow students to integrate, apply, and refine specific skills and abilities that are based on theoretical concepts and scientific knowledge. It may include videotaping, de-briefing and dialogue as part of the learning process. Prelicen14: 14. Did your nursing school use clinical simulation between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14? Yes No (If No, skip to question 15) Please answer the following questions about your Clinical Simulation Center for the time period from August 1, 2013 through July 31, Prelicen14a: 14.a) Which of the following are educational techniques of your nursing program s clinical simulation? (Check all that apply) Clinical scenarios High-fidelity mannequin Enclosed simulation room replicating the clinical environment with observation window(s) Debriefing and dialoguing as part of the simulation experience Videotaping A student preparation phase as part of the simulation experience Students in uniforms Prelicen14b: 14.b) Where does your clinical simulation occur? (Check all that apply) At your school Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 10 of 126

10 Through arrangement at another facility (i.e. clinical affiliate, nursing program) Other: Prelicen14c: 14.c) Which of the following do you use to staff your clinical simulation? (Check all that apply) Clinical simulation technician RN clinical simulation coordinator (in addition to RN course faculty) Full-time or part-time staff Other: Prelicen14d: 14.d) How are your clinical scenarios developed? (Check all that apply) By faculty Shared with another nursing program Purchased Modified from purchased scenarios Regional/statewide alliance Other: Prelicen14e_2014: 14.e) For each of the content areas below, please report the number of hours spent on direct patient care, the number of hours spent on all non-direct patient care activities (e.g., skills labs) excluding simulation, and the number of hours strictly on simulation only. (If your geriatrics content is integrated, please estimate the hours of all geriatric clinical experiences.) Number and Type of Clinical Hours in Each Content Area Content Area Direct Patient Care Non-Direct Patient Care (excluding simulation) Clinical Simulation Fundamentals Medical/surgical Obstetrics Pediatrics Psychiatry/Mental Health Geriatrics Leadership/Management Other (describe: ) Prelicen14g: 14.f) In the next 12 months, do you plan to expand your use of clinical simulation? Yes No Prelicen14h_2013: 14.g) How has your program used clinical simulation? (Check all that apply.) To provide clinical experience not available in a clinical setting To increase capacity in your nursing program To check clinical competencies To make up for clinical experiences To provide standardized clinical experiences for all students To provide interprofessional experiences To provide faculty development To provide collaborative experiences between hospital staff and students Total Clinical Hours Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 11 of 126

11 To reinforce didactic and clinical training and clinical decision making Remediation Other: Prelicen15: 15) Since 7/31/14, have you started using clinical simulation? Yes No Not applicable used clinical simulation before 7/31/14 Prelicen16: 16) In the next 12 months, do you have plans to start using clinical simulation? Yes No Not applicable already using clinical simulation FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS Please include all active faculty who teach students in your pre-licensure nursing programs during the dates specified. Active faculty include faculty who teach students and have a teaching assignment during the time period specified. Include deans/directors, professors, associate professors, assistant professors, adjunct professors, instructors, assistant instructors, clinical teaching assistants, and any other faculty who have a current teaching assignment. If a faculty member teaches at both home and satellite campus locations, account for the faculty member at the location in which he/she spends the most time teaching students. Prelicen17_2012: 17. Please provide the following census data for your active faculty on October 15, 2014 (combine full-time and part-time faculty). Total number of active faculty Home Campus Campus 1 Campus 2 Campus 3 ETHNICITY Black/African American American Indian or Alaska Native Asian/Pacific Islander (if not placed in another category) Asian Indian Filipino Native Hawaiian or Other Non- Filipino Pacific Islander White/Caucasian Hispanic/Latino Mixed race Other race Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 12 of 126

12 Unknown race GENDER Male Female Unknown gender AGE 30 or younger years years years years years years 71 years and older Unknown age 18. On October 15, 2014, how many full-time and part-time active faculty did you have? Report the number of individuals, not FTEs. Prelicen18a: Number of full-time faculty Home Campus Of these full-time active faculty, how many were Prelicen18a1_2012: a) budgeted positions? Prelicen18a2_2012: b) funded 100% by external funding (i.e. grants, donors) to teach? Prelicen18a3_2012: c) funded by a combination of the above? Prelicen18b: Number of part-time faculty Of these part-time active faculty, how many were Prelicen18b1_2012: a) budgeted positions? Prelicen18b2_2012: b) funded 100% by external funding (i.e. grants, donors) to teach? Campus 1 Campus 2 Campus 3 Prelicen18b3_2012: c) funded by a combination of the above? Prelicen19_2011: 19. Will your externally funded positions continue to be funded for the academic year? Yes No Unknown Not Applicable Prelicen20_2012: Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 13 of 126

13 20. If you do not receive funding for faculty from outside sources, how many students would you be able to enroll next year ( )? students 21. Please provide a breakdown of all active faculty by highest degree held on 10/15/14. Prelicen21a_2012: 21a) Full-time active faculty Associate Degree in Nursing/Nursing Diploma (i.e. ADN) Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing (i.e. BSN) Non-nursing Baccalaureate Degree Masters Degree in Nursing (i.e. MSN) Non-nursing Masters Degree PhD in Nursing Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) Other Doctorate in Nursing Non-nursing doctorate Unknown degree Prelicen21b_2012: 21b) Part-time active faculty Associate Degree in Nursing/Nursing Diploma (i.e. ADN) Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing (i.e. BSN) Non-nursing Baccalaureate Degree Masters Degree in Nursing (i.e. MSN) Non-nursing Masters Degree PhD in Nursing Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) Other Doctorate in Nursing Non-nursing doctorate Home Campus Campus 1 Campus 2 Campus 3 Unknown degree Prelicen21c: 21c) How many of your active faculty (full-time and part-time) are currently pursuing an advanced degree (i.e. BSN to MSN)? Active faculty pursuing an advanced degree Prelicen22: 22. For all of the active faculty you reported (both full- and part-time), how many teach only clinical courses, only didactic courses or a combination of both? Only clinical courses Only didactic courses Combination of both clinical and didactic courses Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 14 of 126

14 Part-time Faculty Prelicen23: 23. Which of the following do you use to prepare your part-time active faculty to teach? (check all that apply) Specific orientation program Mentoring program Teaching strategies Program policies Curriculum review Faculty orientation Administrative policies External program that trains adjunct faculty Other: None Prelicen 23a_2014: 23a) Since 2010, has your nursing program hired any adjunct or part-time clinical nursing faculty over 67% as per SB 1309? Yes No a) If yes, Prelicen 23ai_2014: i. How many adjunct or part-time clinical nursing faculty were hired over 67% in each of the following academic years? Note: Each academic year listed below starts on August 1 st and ends July 31 st of the following year Prelicen 23aii_2014: ii. Why did your school use an adjunct/part-time nursing instructor over 67% time? Check all that apply. _Provide consistent faculty within clinical courses _Had fewer part time faculty _Other Prelicen 23b_2014: b) If no, why did your school not use adjunct/part-time nursing instructors over 67% time? Check all that apply. _No need to use 1309/139 _Was not allowed per administration/human Resources or Academic Senate _Other Full-time Faculty Prelicen24: 24. Between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14, were any full-time active faculty working an overloaded schedule? Yes No Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 15 of 126

15 Prelicen24a: a) If yes, do you pay these active faculty extra for the overloaded schedule? Yes No Faculty Attrition and Vacancies Prelicen25_2012: 25. How many of your active faculty (part-time and full-time) retired or left the program this year ( )? Full-time active faculty Home Campus Campus 1 Campus 2 Part-time active faculty Prelicen26_2011: 26. Why did full-time active faculty leave the program? (Check all that apply) Campus 3 Retirement Career Advancement Salary/benefits Relocation of spouse or other family obligation Return to Clinical Practice Termination, requested resignation, contract not renewed Resigned Layoffs (for budgetary reasons) Workload Other [Please specify]: Prelicen27_2012: 27. How many of your active faculty are you expecting to retire or leave next year ( )? Full-time active faculty Home Campus Campus 1 Campus 2 Campus 3 Part-time active faculty Prelicen28_2012: 28. On 10/15/2014, how many positions for active faculty were you seeking to fill? Report the number of individuals, not FTEs. Full-time active faculty vacancies Part-time active faculty vacancies Home Campus Campus 1 Faculty Hiring Prelicen29: 29. Did you hire any active faculty between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14? Yes No (If no, skip to question 30) Campus 2 Campus 3 Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 16 of 126

16 Prelicen29a: a) How many active faculty did you hire between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14? Of the active faculty hired between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14, Prelicen29b_2012: b) how many were hired to teach Full-time? Part-time? Prelicen29c: c) how many had less than one year of teaching experience before they began teaching at your school? Prelicen29d_2012: d) Which of the following are characteristics of the active faculty you hired between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14? (Check all that apply.) In the last two years, completed a graduate degree program (i.e. MSN, MA, PhD, DNP) Experience teaching as a nurse educator in a clinical setting Experience student teaching while in graduate school Experience teaching at another nursing school Experience teaching in a setting outside of nursing No teaching experience Other: Prelicen29e_2012: e) Why did you hire the active faculty between 8/1/13 and 7/31/14? (Check all that apply.) Due to program expansion To reduce faculty workload To replace faculty that retired or left the program To fill longstanding faculty vacancies (positions vacant for more than one year) Other: Prelicen30: 30. Did your nursing school have a hiring freeze for active faculty during the academic year? Yes No Prelicen30a_2011: a) Did a hiring freeze prevent you from hiring all needed faculty during the academic year? Yes No Faculty Recruitment and Compensation Prelicen31: 31. For which clinical specialty areas did you have difficulty recruiting new active faculty in ? (Check all that apply) Medical-surgical Obstetrics Pediatrics Psych/Mental Health Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 17 of 126

17 Geriatrics Critical Care Community Health Other [Please specify]: None Prelicen32: 32. Which of the following factors serve as barriers to recruiting active faculty to your program? (check all that apply) Non-competitive salaries Overall shortage of RNs Insufficient number of faculty applicants with required credentials Private, state university or community college laws, rules or policies: BRN rules and regulations Workload (i.e. not wanting to assume faculty responsibilities) No barriers to recruiting faculty Other: Prelicen33_2012: 33. How many new active faculty (full-time and part-time) do you anticipate being budgeted over the next year ( )? New full-time active faculty New part-time active faculty Home Campus Campus 1 Campus 2 Campus 3 Prelicen34_2013: 34. Please provide the lowest and highest annual base salaries that you currently pay your full-time active faculty. Do not include overload pay. Do not include deans, directors or faculty in administrative or research roles. (Round to the nearest dollar amount. Do not use decimals.) Highest Degree Earned by Full-time Faculty Member Master s Degree Doctoral Degree (PhD, DNP, MD, etc.) Lowest annual salary $ $ Highest annual salary $ $ Length of teaching appointment for faculty 9 months 10 months 12 months Other 9 months 10 months 12 months Other Last Revised: 8/11/2014 Page 18 of 126

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