NANN research drives the practice of neonatal nursing. For this reason, NANN strives to provide avenues for members to become more active in accessing, understanding, conducting, and advancing research and evidence-based neonatal care.
The NANN Research Summit brings nurses together to share their projects—research, quality improvement, and evidence-based practice—in a supportive and stimulating environment.
This year, NANN is celebrating 15 years of the Research Summit, made possible through an educational grant from Mead Johnson Nutrition.
2020 Research Summit Faculty
Debra Brandon, CCNS FAAN PhD RN
Associate Professor, Duke University School of Nursing
Teresa Johnson, PhD RN
Associate Professor, College of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Jacqueline McGrath, PhD RN FNAP FAAN
Professor and Vice Dean for Faculty Excellence, University of Texas Health, San Antonio, School of Nursing
Lori Rubarth, NNP-BC PhD RN
Associate Professor and NNP Program Coordinator, University of Creighton College of Nursing
Click here to view the full list of the 2020 NANN Research Summit participants.
As more complementary health approaches are used in the neonatal setting, it is crucial to understand the perspectives of the interprofessional team in the nursery and NICU. Please participate in a 10-minute survey will further our understanding. The results will provide information on current usage of complementary therapies, perceptions of the therapies' safety and efficacy, and the knowledge base of the NICU interprofessional team.
We are reviewing humidification practices in the care of extremely preterm infants and would appreciate your completion of a short survey regarding the practices in your NICU. The survey should take no longer than 5 to 10 minutes to complete. If you are unsure of your unit’s practices, please send the link to a member of your staff who can complete the survey.
The NICU is a complex, technology-driven environment where nurses have many tasks to accomplish each day to meet the physiologic needs of critically ill infants who require advanced care. Parent-infant relationships are influenced by interactions during these early-life experiences. The purpose of this study is to examine beliefs and perceptions implementing family-centered care (FCC) in the NICU. The deadline to participate in this study is Wednesday, May 20.
Interested in submitting a research survey?
Would you like to distribute your survey to thousands of neonatal nursing professionals via NANN E-News? Seek approval for publication by reviewing our instructions and completing the application form.
Disclaimer: NANN is not an active sponsor of or participant in approved research surveys. NANN does not collect or monitor survey data related to approved research surveys. It is the sole responsibility of the researcher to collect the data for their survey. In addition, NANN is unable to share member contact information with researchers.