Staff Development Survey Report by qza17959

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									                            Staff Development Survey Report (October 2000)
Background
The Staff Development Committee is a newly formed CPEN committee interested in targeting members'
needs surrounding staff development issues/activities. Staff development activities include orientation,
training, in-services and continuing education.

Methodology
A questionnaire was distributed to 80 CPEN contacts at NCI-designated centers in July, 2000. Completed
surveys were received from 27 centers.

Survey Results

What percentage of your time is related to staff development activities? (If a range was given, the
average was used - e.g. if the response was 5-10, 7.5 was used.)

Range: 0-90%
Average: 22.9%
Median: 20.0%

What percentage of your time is related to patient education activities? (If a range was given, the
average was used - e.g. if the response was 5-10, 7.5 was used.)

Range: 7.5-95.0%
Average: 50.67%
Median: 55.0%

Number of FTEs (staff) in your institution primarily responsible for staff development

Range: 0-50
Average: 7.13
Median: 2.6

Number of FTEs (staff) in your institution primarily responsible for patient education

Range: 0-16
Average: 3.29
Median: 1.0




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The priority of the Staff Development Committee should be to support CPEN members on staff
development needs in their institutions related to: (Rank your response, with 1 being highest
priority and 3 being lowest priority)
        Average Score     1    2    3    Topic
        1.89              9    12   6    Patient Education
        1.93              11   7    9    General Staff Development
        2.11              7    8    12   Staff Development Activities for CPEN members

Please rank your interest in the following topics (1 being of highest interest, 11 being of lowest
interest):

4.12   Increasing staff competencies in patient education
4.19   Effective/innovative staff education strategies
4.44   Empowering staff
5.31   Outcome evaluation
5.52   Use of intranet technology for staff
5.67   Competency assessment education
5.88   Determining educational needs
6.50   Performance improvement
6.59   Staff education in less time
7.40   Steps of the program planning process
8.72   Adult education principles development

Scoring for Top Three Topics (based on Average Score)
               Increasing staff          Effective/Innovative
               Competencies in           Staff Education
        Rating Patient Education         Strategies             Empowering Staff
                Number of Occurrences
        1       4                        2                      5
        2       2                        7                      2
        3       3                        7                      4
        4       4                        2                      1
        5       3                        1                      4
        6       1                        1                      1
        7       1                        3                      2
        8       4                        -                      1
        9       -                        2                      3
        10      1                        1                      1
        11      -                        -                      -




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Responding Centers
Arizona Cancer Center
Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute
San Antonio Cancer Institute
City of Hope National Medical Center
Duke University Medical Center
Fox Chase Cancer Center
Huntsman Cancer Institute
Ireland Cancer Center
Johns Hopkins Oncology Center
James Cancer Hospital, Ohio State University
Mayo Clinic, Rochester Methodist Hospital
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
NIH Clinical Center
Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Robert H. Lurie CCC, Northwestern University
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
University of Alabama - Birmingham
University of California San Francisco Medical Center
University of Chicago
University of Colorado Cancer Center
University of Minnesota Cancer Center
University of North Carolina—Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center
University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
University of Southern California/Norris Cancer Hospital
University of Virginia Cancer Center




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