The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses (CACCN) accepts surveys for distribution to our members that fit with the mandate/mission of the CACCN and that work towards the advancement of critical care nursing, the care of critically ill patients and their families, or the health/safety of critical care nurses. The majority of the surveys we accept are research based and we have a formal process that is followed when a party wishes to submit a survey for consideration.
If you are interested in having CACCN distribute your survey, please review the survey distribution request information. Forward requests with required information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Surveys / Participant Recruitment
Barriers and Facilitators to Comfort Holding in Critically ill Kids (CHiCKs): A Survey of Healthcare Professionals in Canadian PICUs
Research study about comfort holding practices within Pediatric Intensive Care Unit nationwide.
Interested in participating?
Letter of Invitation
Laurie Lee, MN, NP-PhD Student
Dr. Kirsten Fiest Supervisor and Principle Investigator
University of Calgary
|An exploration of the nursing medication practices in acute care settings in Canada.
|To understand registered nurse practices during the complex workflow of medication administration in the acute care hospital setting in Canada.
|For more information and a QR Code review the flyer and the invitation
Mary J. Voutt-Goos, MSN, RN, CPPS
University of Windsor, Faculty of Nursing
|When to intubate in hypoxemic respiratory failure
|When to intubate in hypoxemic respiratory failure is an important and understudied problem facing critically ill patients.
|For more information review the invitation
Christopher Yarnell email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Examining internal & eXternal Influences leading to healthcare worker Turnover in ICUs: EXIT-ICU Study (provincial and national surveys)
|The primary aim of this research is to understand what factors have led healthcare workers to leave or consider leaving their positions in ICU since the COVID-19 pandemic. The study is being conducted by researchers at the University of Alberta.
|Link to Survey: https://redcap.link/EXITICU
Vincent Lau MD MSc FRCPC
University of Alberta