role delineation study


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role delineation study

Abbreviation: RD study
A document that describes those tasks critical for competent job performance by identifying the minimum amount of knowledge and skills required to perform job-related functions. RD study results are often used to develop certification and licensing examinations in the health professions.
See also: study
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The American Society of Pain Management Nurses practice analysis: Role delineation study.
The American Society of Pain Management Nurses constructed a recent role delineation study survey based on the NIC taxonomy (Pellino, Willens, Polomano, & Heye, 2002).
The primary purpose of the 2001 role delineation study was to obtain information on the present state of neuroscience nursing practice.
The questionnaire method was utilized in the initial role delineation study conducted in 1987 and again, following revision, in 1992 and 1997.
The task force met to discuss the implementation of the 2001 role delineation study.
The results of the role delineation study were used to develop the blueprint or matrix for the CNRN examination.
By identifying the core neurological disorders and nursing interventions in neuroscience nursing practice, the role delineation study established the content validity of the CNRN examination.