Appendix B: Overall Results by Respondent Characteristics

2011 User Comparative Database Report

(1) Job Title

Note 1: Nursing homes that did not ask respondents to indicate their job title were excluded from these breakout tables. In addition, respondents who selected "Other" or who did not answer (missing) were not included.

Note 2: The number of nursing homes and respondents with each job title is shown. The number of nursing homes is based on: (1) nursing homes that asked respondents to indicate their job title (not all nursing homes asked this question), and (2) whether the nursing home had at least one respondent with a particular job title. However, the precise number of nursing homes and respondents corresponding to each data cell in the tables will vary because nursing homes may have omitted a specific survey item and because of individual nonresponse/missing data.

Table B-1. Composite-Level Average Percent Positive Response by Job Title
Table B-2. Item-Level Average Percent Positive Response by Job Title
Table B-3. Average Percentage of Respondents Willing To Recommend Nursing Home by Job Title
Table B-4. Average Percentage of Respondents for Overall Rating on Resident Safety by Job Title

(2) Work Area

Note 1: Nursing homes that did not ask respondents to indicate their work area were excluded from these breakout tables. In addition, respondents who selected "Other area or unit" or who did not answer (missing) were not included.

Note 2: The number of nursing homes and respondents in each work area is shown. The number of nursing homes is based on: (1) nursing homes that asked respondents to indicate their work area (not all nursing homes asked this question), and (2) whether the nursing home had at least one respondent in a particular work area. However, the precise number of nursing homes and respondents corresponding to each data cell in the tables will vary because nursing homes may have omitted a specific survey item and because of individual nonresponse/missing data.

Table B-5. Composite-Level Average Percent Positive Response by Work Area
Table B-6. Item-Level Average Percent Positive Response by Work Area
Table B-7. Average Percentage of Respondents Willing To Recommend Nursing Home by Work Area
Table B-8. Average Percentage of Respondents for Overall Rating on Resident Safety by Work Area

(3) Interaction with Residents

Note 1: Nursing homes that did not ask respondents to indicate their interaction with residents were excluded from these breakout tables. In addition, respondents who did not answer (missing) were not included.

Note 2: The number of nursing homes and respondents is shown in each table. The number of nursing homes is based on: (1) nursing homes that asked respondents to indicate their interaction with residents (not all nursing homes asked this question), and (2) whether the nursing home had at least one respondent in a particular response category. However, the precise number of nursing homes and respondents corresponding to each data cell in the tables will vary because nursing homes may have omitted a specific survey item and because of individual nonresponse/missing data.

Table B-9. Composite-Level Average Percent Positive Response by Interaction with Residents
Table B-10. Item-Level Average Percent Positive Response by Interaction with Residents
Table B-11. Average Percentage of Respondents Willing To Recommend Nursing Home by Interaction With Residents
Table B-12. Average Percentage of Respondents for Overall Rating on Resident Safety by Interaction With Residents

(4) Shift Worked Most Often

Note 1: Nursing homes that did not ask respondents to indicate their shift worked most often were excluded from these breakout tables. In addition, respondents who did not answer (missing) were not included.

Note 2: The number of nursing homes and respondents is shown in each table. The number of nursing homes is based on: (1) nursing homes that asked respondents to indicate their shift worked most often (not all nursing homes asked this question), and (2) whether the nursing home had at least one respondent in a particular response category. However, the precise number of nursing homes and respondents corresponding to each data cell in the tables will vary because nursing homes may have omitted a specific survey item and because of individual nonresponse/missing data.

Table B-13. Composite-Level Average Percent Positive Response by Shift Worked Most Often
Table B-14. Item-Level Average Percent Positive Response by Shift Worked Most Often
Table B-15. Average Percentage of Respondents Willing To Recommend Nursing Home by Shift Worked Most Often
Table B-16. Average Percentage of Respondents for Overall Rating on Resident Safety by Shift Worked Most Often

Page last reviewed August 2011
Internet Citation: Appendix B: Overall Results by Respondent Characteristics: 2011 User Comparative Database Report. August 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/patientsafetyculture/nursing-home/2011/nhsurv11appb.html