References in periodicals archive ?
As part of the overall program evaluation process, a survey tool with 20 questions was sent by SurveyMonkey[R] to the 215 nurses completing the NNFF program.
Of special note, results showed a high proportion of minorities (40%, n=28) were represented in the NNFF group.
Although ROI for the NNFF program was not quantifiable, the above formula would indicate ROI for $4.1 million awarded to new faculty may provide approximately a $14 million reduction in recruiting costs for the state's healthcare organizations.
Even with the NNFF, an effective faculty recruitment and retention program, the average age of Maryland nurse faculty across all nursing programs in 2012 was 50 years old.
The NNFF program was proven to recruit and retain new faculty.
The National Necrotizing Fasciitis Foundation (NNFF) is a non-profit organization established in 1997 by two survivors of the disease, which is dedicated to becoming the world's leading resource for information regarding necrotizing fasciitis, as well as repository of cases reported worldwide.
The NNFF sponsors scientific research towards treatment and cures for NF, as well as support services for its victims and public awareness of the disorder and more.
Acronyms browser ?
Full browser ?