Full survey results: Do you get paid enough or have enough time with patients?
Nursing Times surveyed 1,830 nurses between 22 April and 1 May, as part of a joint initiative with ITV’s new breakfast programme Good Morning Britain.
The results were featured as the top story on the programme on 7 May. A big thank you to all our readers that took part in the survey.
Here are the full results from the survey:
|Do you think you get paid enough money for the job you do?|
|Do you think in your current job you have enough time to give patients adequate care?|
|Have you ever put a patient’s life at risk because you were too busy or overworked?|
|If you feel overworked, what stops you from doing your job properly?|
|Too many patients to look after||23%|
|Too much paperwork||35%|
|Would you be happy to be a patient in the ward/hospital/clinic you work in?|
|Do you worry about the level of care that your ward/hospital/clinic can give to patients outside normal working hours, such as during nights, weekend or Bank Holidays?|
|Could your ward/hospital/clinic function at night, weekends or Bank Holidays without using agency staff?|
|Do you feel valued in your job by your hospital management?|
|Do you think there is too much bureaucracy in the NHS?|
|Based on your experience, would you encourage your child to go into nursing?|
|Do you think the Government should introduce a mandatory minimum nurse to patient ratio?|
|How would you best describe the organisation you work for?|
|Acute foundation trust||25%|
|Acute NHS trust||36%|
|Mental health foundation trust||5%|
|Mental health NHS trust||5%|
|Community services trust||15%|
|Private sector provider||5%|