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Critical Care Surveys

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 caccn@caccn.ca.

Surveys / Participant RecruitmentPurposeLinkContact

Barriers and Facilitators to Comfort Holding in Critically ill Kids (CHiCKs): A Survey of Healthcare Professionals  in Canadian PICUs
Pediatric Nurses!
Research study about comfort holding practices within Pediatric Intensive Care Unit nationwide.
Pediatric Nurses
Interested in participating?
View the
Letter of Invitation
Survey Link
Researcher
Laurie Lee, MN, NP-PhD Student
Email: Laurie.Lee@albertahealthservices.ca

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

Link:

https://uwindsor.ca1.qualtrics.com/jf
e/form/SV_1SbM1SqGQjt8N1k
Investigator

Mary J. Voutt-Goos, MSN, RN, CPPS
University of Windsor, Faculty of Nursing
Email: vouttg@uwindsor.ca
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

Link:

https://cyarnell.shinyapps.io/WhenToIntubate/
Investigator

Christopher Yarnell cyarnell@shn.ca  or christopher.yarnell@uhn.ca
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

MH Resources
Investigator

Vincent Lau MD MSc FRCPC
University of Alberta
vince.lau@ualberta.ca