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Volunteer today and help nurse researchers by participating in the below studies.
Survey Participants Needed for Research regarding Nursing Leadership
You are invited to participate in a research study focused on identifying factors that impact Nursing Directors’ decisions to stay in their leadership position. You are eligible if you have you been in or are currently in a nursing director position, assistant director or associate director. The estimated time to complete this survey is 15 minutes. If you are interested, please click here. Your input matters!
Nurse Middle Manager Incivility and Bullying Research Survey
Are you a clinical nurse middle manager? If so, we invite you to participate in this anonymous online survey. This research study is designed to learn more about environmental precursors to workplace incivility and bullying at the nurse manager-level. We are seeking inpatient and ambulatory care clinical nurse middle managers/directors that manage and have 24 hours a day, 7 days a week accountability for their clinical area. Direct care nurses, nurse executives, nurse administrators, nurse unit-based educators, and nurse supervisors (charge nurses) are not eligible to participate in this study. Click here to take the survey.
Questions about the survey? Contact Lindsey Tarasenko at 505-249-4783 or at Lindsey.Tarasenko@ucdenver.edu
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For a nominal fee, AONE assists nurse leaders in accessing participants for research studies. In order to qualify for access to AONE membership, all research must be consistent with the AONE mission and vision and reviewed by AONE.
In addition to the option of purchasing a mailing list rental, AONE offers the opportunity to announce approved research studies in our weekly e-newsletters: AONE Working for You and AONE eNews Update and on the AONE Foundation website. For more information on this service, contact M.T. Meadows, AONE Foundation Program Specialist.
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