Want to help researchers?
Volunteer today and help nurse researchers by participating in the below studies.
Assessing Nurse Leaders Knowledge and Use of the Clinical Nurse Specialist Role
You are being asked to participate in a research study. The purpose of this study is to examine nursing leaders’ knowledge of the CNS role to determine relationships in their use of the CNS role in their organization. This study will contribute to the researcher’s completion of her DNP Capstone project. This study consists of an on line survey. If you have questions regarding this study please contact Theresa Crowder at email@example.com, or Dr. Tina Haney at firstname.lastname@example.org, at 757-683-4298.
Nurse Manager Job Demands & Resources Research Study
Nurse Managers play a critical role in patient, staff, and organizational outcomes. A better understanding of factors influencing nurse manager outcomes is needed with the impending shortage by 2020. Consider taking advantage of the opportunity to help researchers better understand the needs of today’s nurse managers.
- Are you currently a nurse manager working in the United States?
- Do you have 24/7 oversight for an acute or critical care unit/units?
- Do you have a minimum of one year experience as a nurse manager?
- Are you BSN prepared?
- Do you have direct reports?
If you answered YES to these questions, you may be eligible to participate in a nurse manager research study.
The purpose of this research study is to understand the predictors, moderators, and outcomes of nurse manager job demands and resources. Findings will be used to inform nurse leaders how to create work environments that foster nurse manager retention and engagement.
This study is being conducted by a doctoral student with Capella University, Minneapolis, MN, 55402. Please email CMiller130@CapellaUniversity.edu for more information, questions, or concerns.
Research study related to negative behaviors experienced by nurses in all levels of leadership roles
You are being invited to participate in a research study related to negative behaviors experienced by nurses in all levels of leadership roles and strategies nurse leaders have found to be effective in helping them respond to colleagues or bosses that exhibit these behaviors. If you agree to participate in the study, you will be ask to complete an online survey that asks you to provide answers to several items, most that are presented in a Likert Scale. Your responses will be anonymous. Survey respondents will not be asked to provide a name, email address or any identifying information and there is no connection/link between the email addresses used when completing the survey and the responses.
How “Gritty” are Nurse Leaders?
As you probably know, our profession is facing unprecedented challenges in the wake of the changing shape of our health delivery model and as a result we are constantly looking effective tools to improve nurse retention, success and quality outcomes. That’s why we would like 20 minutes of your time to take this online survey. The data collected will solely be used to explore personality attributes of nurse leaders. Would you be so kind to complete this survey before October 31, 2017?
Post your research!
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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