A nation-wide study of registered nurses providing direct care (i.e., in-person, virtual, etc.) in primary care (i.e., internal med, family practice, pediatrics, home-based primary care, etc.) across the United States is being conducted by researchers at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing. Registered nurses in primary care are essential members of the healthcare team yet little is known about what influences their job satisfaction. The researchers want to learn more about how leadership, practice environment, and nurse characteristics influence satisfaction of RNs working in primary care. Registered nurses who function as an APRN or in a formal nurse leadership role are not eligible for this study.
It is anticipated the survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and answers are completely anonymous. Nurses who complete the survey can enter a drawing for 1 of 20, $50 gift cards.
If you are a registered nurse providing direct patient care in primary care, please consider participating and sharing with others.
If you not eligible for this study, please share the survey link with any friends or colleagues (nurses and other interdisciplinary team members) who might know registered nurses in primary care!
If you have questions about this study, contact Sarah Brzozowski, [email protected]. This study has been determined by the University of Wisconsin - Madison Health Sciences Minimal Risk Institutional Review Board to be exempt research.
Sarah Brzozowski, PhD(c), MBA, BSN, RN, NEA-BC
University of Wisconsin - Madison, School of Nursing