Journal of Nursing Measurement

Journal of Nursing Measurement is an academic medical journal focusing on Nursing Measurement

Articles from Vol. 20, No. 2, 2012

Development and Psychometric Assessment of the Undergraduate Nursing Student Academic Satisfaction Scale (UNSASS)
Background and Purpose: To examine the psychometric properties of a newly developed instrument: The Undergraduate Nursing Student Academic Satisfaction Scale (UNSASS). Methods: A self-report test-retest questionnaire was administered to a convenience...
Development and Testing of the Jakubik Mentoring Benefits Questionnaire among Pediatric Nurses
Background and Purpose: The ability to measure the benefits of mentoring among bedside nurses is essential for leaders in health care organizations to evaluate the effectiveness of mentoring initiatives for nurses. This article describes the development...
Development of the Thai Breast Cancer Belief Scale for Thai Immigrants in the United States
Asian American women have not benefited from the decline in breast cancer mortality and have lower rates of mammography use. Understanding mammography behaviors among these Asian American women requires culturally specific measures. Champion's Belief...
Measuring Motivation and Volition of Nursing Students in Nontraditional Learning Environments
The purpose of this study was to identify the best fitting model to represent interrelationships between motivation, volition, and academic success for adult nursing students learning in nontraditional environments. Participants (N 5 297) completed a...
Multisite Recruitment and Data Collection among Older Adults: Exploring Methods to Conserve Human and Financial Resources
The purpose of this article is to describe strategies that were effective in recruitment and data collection among older adults in 3 quantitative studies while decreasing costs in terms of time and money. Factors effective in reducing use of investigators'...