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Table 3 Staff satisfaction questionnaires

From: Impact of the applied simulated and integrated learning approach on nursing assistants’ knowledge and confidence caring for frail seniors in nursing homes

Questionnaire statement % agreement
My role as a team member has changed. 15 (83.3%)
I am happy with my role on the team. 15 (83.3%)
I feel as though the care provided to the resident is more resident-centred. 15 (83.3%)
I feel more confident in providing care to residents. 14 (77.8%)
The quality of team work and communication has improved. 11 (61.1%)
The team’s knowledge and skills have improved. 11 (61.1%)
The quality of care residents have received has improved. 10 (55.6%)
The team’s attitudes have improved. 10 (55.6%)
Other staff have influenced the implementation of the ASILA program. 10 (55.6%)
Physical changes within the nursing home environment were required to institute the ASILA program. 10 (55.6%)
The presence of a clinical educator assisted with the implementation of the ASILA program. 10 (55.6%)
My previous work assisted with the implementation of the ASILA program. 10 (55.6%)
Improvements can be made to the implementation of the ASILA program. 10 (55.6%)
A cultural change was necessary to implement the ASILA program. 9 (56.3%)
Other resources have influenced the implementation of the ASILA program. 8 (50.1%)
The team’s practices at the facility have influenced the ASILA program. 7 (38.9%)
Managers and administrators have influenced the ASILA program 7 (38.9%)
The Director of the nursing home have assisted in the implementation of the ASILA program. 7 (38.9%)
The presence of a nursing home manager assisted with the implementation of the ASILA program. 6 (37.5%)
The presence of an Advisory Team assisted with the implementation of the ASILA program. 6 (37.5%)