Improving outcomes for people with acute mental illness in the emergency department
This is a NHMRC funded study. We are seeking expressions of interest from CENA members willing to provide their expert perspective on interventions that can be delivered to people with mental health problems in the ED. Additional information is in the invitation and Participant Information Sheet/Consent form.
Participant Information Sheet
Professor Julia Crilly
Department of Emergency Medicine
Gold Coast University Hospital
You are invited to participate in a research study being conducted by Ali Alomari, Master of Research Student at Western Sydney University, under the Supervision of Dr Nathan Wilson, Dr Leanne Hunt, and Dr James Collison.
The research is aiming to assess the frequency of stress and identify the most common factors that contribute to stress for emergency department nurses in New South Wales (NSW) of Australia. In addition, this research is intending to identify the coping strategies that emergency department nurses use to minimise stress.
You will need 30-45 minutes to ﬁnish the survey.
Please use the link below to access the survey
If you have any questions regarding the survey, please contact the supervisor of the project, Dr Nathan J Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks and kind regards
What is the project about?
This research project will investigate the understanding and use of forensic principles in emergency care settings across Australia and determine if an online education program will help nurses identify and implement forensic principles.
What will I be asked to do?
If you consent to take part in this research study, you will be asked to participate in an online survey, through Survey Monkey to provide your professional opinion regarding information that should be included in a forensic nursing education program. The survey will take approximately up to 20 minutes. The project involves developing a forensic nursing online learning program for emergency settings, and to determine if there has been a benefit to patient care following its completion.
Click the link below to participate in the survey.
Doctor of Philosophy Candidate
School of Nursing and Midwifery
University of Notre Dame
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