- Just 42% of direct care nurse respondents rated patient care quality in the work unit as excellent, compared to 60% of nurse managers.
- Only 54% of direct care nurse respondents were aware of AACN’s HWE standards, while nearly 75% of nurse managers were aware of them.
- 22% of direct care nurses reported that HWE standards are implemented on their unit, compared with 32% of nurse managers.
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