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Dimensions of the staff nurse role in ambulatory care: Part I--Methodology and analysis of data on current staff nurse practice



Dimensions of the staff nurse role in ambulatory care: Part I--Methodology and analysis of data on current staff nurse practice



Nursing Economic$ 13(2): 89-97



Defining the core dimensions of the current staff nurse role is a critical first step in demonstrating the worth of professional nurses in ambulatory settings. Data generated by a 1992 national survey of 606 ambulatory staff nurses provides insight into current practice. Managers may use this information to attract and retain staff nurses, remove barriers to clinical practice, and modify practice patterns to improve the quality of care in ambulatory settings. Part II of this series, which will be published in the May/June 1995 issue, will examine the scope and dimensions of the staff nurse role in different practice settings.

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