National Survey Examining the Quality of Life and Perceived Moral Injury Among Nurses Working During Covid-19 Pandemic
A survey is being conducted by the Boston Nursing Institute to understand the impact of having worked during the COVID-19 Pandemic. This survey is for nurses who have worked clinically during the pandemic. If you would like to participate in this survey, please go to the survey at the following web address:
By going to the survey, you are giving consent, and for your responses to be used for research purposes and publication. All responses are confidential and will not identify you. You can expect this to be a short 15-minute survey. Participation in the survey is voluntary, refusal to participate results in no loss of benefit, and you can discontinue at any time.
There may be no direct benefit to you for your participation; add there is no compensation for completing the survey. Risk of completing the survey includes feeling uncomfortable with some of the survey questions; negative emotions.
Our target enrollment is 391 nurses and this survey is approved by the Allendale Investigational Review Board (AIRB). AIRB, and/or FDA may have access to your information and study data collected.
If you have any questions about the survey or this study, please contact the Principal Investigator of the Study: Meredith Scannell PhD, RN, MSN, MPH, CEN at BNInursing@gmail.com Or for further information concerning the subject's rights you can contact (AIRB 860 434 5872).
Thank you for your participation!
Survey also available by scanning QR code: