Survey Study of Gloving and Touch Practices of Neonatal Nurses
The gloving and touch practices of nurses practicing in the NICU may differ by individual, institution, and region. This survey will allow us to explore the practices of neonatal nurses and may be used in the future to improve care for neonates. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. This survey is being conducted by the Ohio State University College of Nursing. Survey deadline: May 1, 2020.
The aim of this research is to describe and explore the frequency and intensity of moral distress experienced by neonatal intensive care nurses. NICU nurses care for vulnerable, critically ill newborns and their families in a fast-paced, highly technical environment; little is known about the frequency and intensity of moral distress in this specialized setting. Understanding the frequency and intensity of moral distress experienced by NICU nurses will help nursing leaders develop strategies for managing the effects of moral distress and alleviating the moral residue associated with persistent moral distress. The deadline for completion of the survey is April 20, 2020.
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