National Survey Examining the Quality of Life and Perceived Moral Injury Among Nurses Working During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted on: June 25th, 2021 by Donald Grimes

Hi Everyone,

So here is our team for the study National Survey Examining the Quality of Life and Perceived Moral Injury Among Nurses Working During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Meredith Scannell
Donald Grimes
Paula Autori
Barry Adams
Kristine Ruggiero

I know we haven’t all met yet and I will be sending out another email to check everyone availability to have a team meeting so that we can all meet each other and strategize any other steps in this and start preparing a manuscript.

I am releasing the survey today. We have IRB approval to release this on any social media or through nursing organizations. I have reached out to the AACN, AWHONN, ENA, IAFN and waiting on some of the approvals. Please keep in mind that some of the organizations require formal information to be provided before they will disseminate it on their website organization.

Please do not send through emails as this method of dissemination is not covered in the IRB.

When someone goes to the BNI link there is information about the study which also includes what we needed for consent (in case anyone asks)

This is what you can send through social media, which was vetted through the IRB:

We are conducting a study through the Boston Nursing Institute and seeking nurses who worked clinically during the COVID-19 Pandemic for a survey to better understand the impact of having worked during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
What we are Studying
We are studying burnout, compassion fatigue, secondary traumatic stress and moral injury among nurses who have worked clinically during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Why this is Important
Examining the impact on nurses who worked clinically during the COVID-19 will help to better understand the scope and breadth of the impact in which can help to guide preventative measures and interventions.
What we Hope to Accomplish
Examining the impact on nurses who worked clinically during the COVID-19 will help to better understand the scope and breadth of the impact in which can help to guide preventative measures and interventions.
Estimated Time Commitment is 15 minutes.
To learn more if you are interested in participating or know someone interested, please go to https://www.bostonnursinginstitute.com/researchstudy

Thank you,
This survey is approved by the Allendale Investigational Review Board

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