Proficiency Indicators in Role Areas

Exceeds

Role area 1: Takes appropriate charge during emergency situations, such as providing guidance to colleagues, making clinical decisions, and anticipating the need for equipment.

Role area 2: Attends more than 25 hours of documented continuing education annually.

Meets

Role area 1: Follows directions from others to facilitate rapid intervention in emergency situations, such as performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) as directed during emergency situations.

Role area 2: Attends 15 to 25 hours of documented continuing education annually.

Does not meet

Role area 1: Does not perform basic responsibilities or leaves responsibility to others.

Role area 2: Attends fewer than 15 hours of documented continuing education annually.

Source: Hader R, Sorensen ER, Edelson W, et al. Developing a registered nurse performance appraisal tool. JONA 1999; 29(9):26-32.