Employers are uniquely situated to assist regulators by monitoring nurses practicing with conditions and restrictions resulting from a discipline order by a regulator. However, attitudes, perceptions, and contextual factors may impact employers’ participation, and their education and training needs must be considered. A quality-improvement study was conducted to target these areas and provide direction to regulators in developing education and outreach efforts for employers.
Farah Ismail, MScN, LLB, RN, FRE and Sean P. Clarke, PhD, RN, FAAN
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- Discipline, International Nurses, Practice, Regulation, Research