Promoting Excellence : Study of Job Satisfaction and Support Networks Among Michigan Renal Social Workers

National Kidney Foundation of Michigan: Study of Job Satisfaction and Support Networks Among Michigan Renal Social Workers

A research survey designed for renal social workers by the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan to study the impact of peer mentoring on patients and on social work job satisfaction.

Evaluation Tools - Organizational Assessment

National Kidney Foundation
1169 Oak Valley Dr
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Erica Perry, MSW
[email protected]

How the grantee used this instrument:
The questionnaire was given to all social workers working in dialysis units enrolled in the Peer Mentoring Program of the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan. It was voluntary and confidential, and was returned by mail after completion.

staff performance, staff competencies, professional standards, policies, social worker, ESRD, renal, dialysis, assessment, end stage renal disease, kidney disease, needs assessment, provider interview

To use this tool:
You may print and copy this tool for your own use from the website. Please credit source.

Developed by the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and the Genesis Palliative Care Center for this project.

To view this tool:
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Posted November 2004

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