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.
Each year, NANN recognizes the best abstracts in each award category submitted in the Annual Conference Call for Abstracts. For 2020, the following awardees are recognized for their passion and support for neonatal care and the profession of neonatal nursing.
Beth Diehl, DNP NNP-BC CCRN LNCC
"Neonatal Nursing: Aspects of Clinical Practice Liability"
Ashley Weber, PhD RN
"Family-Centered Care Practices in the US: Prevalence, Gaps, and How We Move Forward"
This survey is being conducted by NANN Member Maryam Hamidi.
Antibiotic use in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) has become commonplace and has had a significant impact on neonatal health outcomes. This national survey will examine neonatal nurse knowledge.
This survey is being conducted by NANN Member Tracie Dauwe.
The purpose of this study is to describe the perceived genetics knowledge of NICU nurses and to determine what further genetics education NICU nurses desire to support
their work with patients undergoing genetics evaluations.
We invite you to participate in a survey on healthcare leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic to identify the challenges and barriers you have encountered, how you dealt with these challenges, and what personal effects you experienced in dealing with this pandemic. Your valuable responses will help identify and share key leadership lessons for all of us during these challenging times.
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.