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Survey international survey of violence and aggression in neuroscience nursing

Survey international survey of violence and aggression in neuroscience nursing

Invitation to take part in an International survey of violence and aggression in neuroscience nursing

Violence and aggression is common against nurses worldwide and is an increasing concern.  Violence and aggression can take many forms from verbal abuse, physical abuse and sexual assault.  However it is not just patients who may have this tendency but also relatives or visitors. Have you ever wanted to have your say on the violence and aggression you deal with in neuroscience nursing and the education and support you receive?   

Do you want to be a part of an international study in violence and aggression in neuroscience nursing?  Now is your chance to have your say! The purpose of the research is to determine the prevalence of violence and aggression internationally amongst neuroscience nurses in ward environments and the support and education that is provided. 

Caroline Woon is a neuroscience nurse educator from New Zealand who has concern for her colleagues regarding violence and aggression and a passion for making the workplace safer with appropriate support. She is conducting an international study of neuroscience nurses experience worldwide to determine what neuroscience nurses experience and what support and education they have.  Please complete one of the following surveys if you are able to, it will take no longer than 10 minutes.  Feel free to email Caroline with any queries.  Caroline.Woon@ccdhb.org.nz. This research has consulted the Health and Disability Ethics Committee (HDEC) of New Zealand and it has been determined that ethics approval is not required to proceed with the research. Consent is implied by completing a survey.  You can withdraw at anytime.

The results will be stored on a password protected computer in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR 2018).  The information within the questionnaires remains confidential and your details are not identifiable, neither is your place of work. 

The results will be published in a journal article and potentially presented at an international conference in 2021/2022. 

The benefits to participating in this study are that you are contributing to the worldwide picture of violence and aggression in neuroscience nursing, and the education that is provided.

Thank you for your support. 

Follow the link below or copy and paste the link for violence and aggression in neuroscience nursing survey for neuroscience nurses:

Nurses  Neuroscience Nurses survey 2020    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/V7BFKBV

Follow the link below or copy and paste the link for violence and aggression in neuroscience nursing survey for neuroscience nurse educators:

Nurse Educators Neuroscience nurse educators survey 2020   https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VDY3WSL

 

 

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