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Table 2 Perceptions towards continuing nursing ethics education (CNEE) among nurses at three referral hospitals in Uganda

From: Nurses’ knowledge in ethics and their perceptions regarding continuing ethics education: a cross-sectional survey among nurses at three referral hospitals in Uganda

Perception/attitudes (N = 114) Agree no (%) Disagree no (%)
Important to conduct CNEE 106 (93%) 8 (7%)
Relevant to provide CNEE 101 (89%) 13 (11%)
CNEE will improve nurses’ accountability 106 (93%) 8 (7%)
CNEE will improve nurses’ reputation 99 (87%) 15 (13%)
CNEE will improve patient/client care 104 (91%) 10 (9%)
Perceive that ethically challenging situations are common in practice 89 (78%) 25 (22%)
Perceive themselves to be in need of training in nursing ethics 109 (96%) 5 (4%)