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75332-7To what extent do you agree or disagree with cultural factors contributing to the phenomenon of complexity [NMMDS]Active

Term Descriptions

Complexity Compression is the phenomenon that nurses experience when asked to assume additional, unplanned responsibilities while simultaneously conducting their multiple responsibilities in a compressed time frame (Krichbaum, K. et al, 2010).
Copyright Copyright © 2006 Diane Huber and Connie Delaney. Source: NMMDS

Cultural factors create an atmosphere that is non-collegial and non-professional. Examples are decreased loyalty to the institution by coworkers, decreased unit cohesiveness, lack of trust and respect, the presence of time clocks, and the lack of perquisites equal to physicians' such as a "nurses' lounge."
Copyright Copyright © 2006 Diane Huber and Connie Delaney. Source: NMMDS

Part Description

LP174447-5   NMMDS
The Nursing Management Minimum Data Set (NMMDS) is a researched-based set of core essential data used to support the administrative and management information needs for the provision of nursing care. NMMDS consists of 18 data elements grouped into three broad categories - environment, nursing care, and financial resources. Environment data elements include unit/service unique identifiers, type of nursing delivery unit/service, patient/client population, volume of nursing delivery unit/service, and method of care delivery. Nursing care data elements include manager demographic profile, nursing staff and client care support personnel, nursing care staff demographic profile, and nursing care staff satisfaction. Financial resources data elements are payer type, reimbursement, nursing delivery unit/service budget, expenses. Copyright Copyright © 2006 Diane Huber and Connie Delaney. Source: NMMDS, NMMDS

Fully-Specified Name

Component
To what extent do you agree or disagree with cultural factors contributing to the phenomenon of complexity
Property
Find
Time
Pt
System
{Nursing unit}
Scale
Ord
Method
NMMDS

Basic Attributes

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SURVEY.NMMDS
Type
Surveys
First Released
Version 2.50
Last Updated
Version 2.50
Order vs. Observation
Observation

Survey Question

Text
To what extent do you agree or disagree with cultural factors contributing to the phenomenon of complexity?
Source
NMMDS.21.01.01

Normative Answer List LL2995-0

Source: NMMDS

Answer Code Score Answer ID
Strongly disagree 1 LA15236-5
Disagree 2 LA15773-7
Somewhat disagree 3 LA15234-0
Somewhat agree 4 LA15235-7
Agree 5 LA15774-5
Strongly agree 6 LA15237-3

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LOINC Long Common Name
52826-5 Nursing Management Minimum Data Set panel [NMMDS]

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