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Exploring New Graduate Nurses’ Transition to Critical Care Practice.

Exploration de la transition des infirmières et infirmiers nouvellement diplômés vers la pratique des soins infirmiers en soins intensifs.
This study aims to explore new graduate nurses’ (NGN) experiences in critical care in order to develop an evidence-informed national guideline for NGN transition to critical care.  
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La présente étude a pour objet l’exploration des expériences de travail en soins intensifs des infirmières et des infirmiers nouvellement diplômés (IND) afin d’élaborer des lignes directrices nationales fondées sur des données probantes relativement à la transition des IND vers la pratique en soins intensifs. 
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participation email

and criteria:

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NGN EN/FR Recruitment Flyer

Please follow this link to complete the questionnaire: https://www.surveymonkey.ca/r/NGNTransitionCriticalCare 
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Revoir le e-mail de participation et critères:

Email Message

NGN EN/FR Recruitment Flyer

Veuillez suivre le lien suivant pour accéder au questionnaire : https://www.surveymonkey.ca/r/NGNTransitionCriticalCare  

If you have any questions, please email the research team at NGNTransitionCritcalCare@gmail.com
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Si vous avez des questions, veuillez contacter l’équipe de recherche à l’adresse courriel suivante : NGNTransitionCritcalCare@gmail.com
Healthcare worker perceptions regarding local infection prevention and control procedures for COVID 19.To better understand how we provide care during a major outbreak. Given the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak, it is timely that we generate data that reflects current perspectives on infection prevention and control during a major respiratory infection outbreak.SurveySrinivas Murthy,
University of British Columbia
srinivas.murthy@cw.bc.ca
Intensive care unit (ICU) registered nurses (RN) responses to moral distress experienced in their professional practice during the COVID-19 pandemic.Seeking RNs to participate in a study to understand nurses’ desired organizational interventions to reduce or manage moral distress.

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Seeking Participants!
Recruitment Flyer
Recruitment Information
Paige Gehrke, BScN, RN, School of Nursing, McMaster University
gehrkep@mcmaster.ca
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of Canadian Critical Care Nurses providing direct patient careTo better understand the impact of the pandemic on the mental health of critical care nurses during this pandemic.

Caring for COVID patients is not a pre-requisite to be a participant in the study.
SurveySarah Crowe, MN, PMD-NP(F), CNCC(C)
Principal Investigator
Nurse Practitioner
Critical Care, Surrey Memorial Hospital
sarah.crowe@fraserhealth.