|The Effect of Cultural Values Among American Nurses' Duty to Care for Disaster Response
The purpose of this survey is to learn how cultural values effect nurses’ perceived duty to provide care during disaster or mass-casualty situations at the workplace. Male and female registered nurses (RNs) and advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who are 18 years or older; licensed to practice in the US; able to read, write, and speak English; and willing, able, and have access to a computer are eligible participate. The research study survey is approved by The University of Texas at Tyler Institutionl Review Board (IRB # F2016-25; Oct. 30, 2016) and will remain open from November, 2016 through Dec. 31, 2016. Your participation in this research is very important, as it represents the views and experiences of American nurses. All information you provide will be kept secure and will only be viewed by the researcher and dissertation Chair. Gift cards will be randomly awarded to ten participants who enter their email address at the completion of the survey. Providing an email address address is strictly voluntary and email addresses will not be linked with responses in any way. Completion of this survey implies your informed consent.
It is requested that iPhone owners NOT use their mobile/cell device for survey participation, as there is a limited view of questions and response choices. A computer/laptop will provide the best image of the questionnaire. Please click on the link below when you are ready to begin.
Survey link: https://uttyler.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_1B2NIehAgc8RijX
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