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Research Study at HFCN: Stress Among Nursing Students, A Survey Study
The faculty and staff (Drs. Carollo, Baliram, Qaabidh, Amponsah, Sidime and Mr. Sawant) at Helene Fuld College of Nursing are conducting a research study titled ‘Stress Among Nursing Students in a Survey Study’. Students are invited to participate in this research study which requires completion of a short survey about questions tapping into the stressors and level of stress for nursing students at HFCN.
About the research study and your participation:
- The survey study has received IRB approval from CUNY for implementation at HFCN and students from both the Bachelor and the Associate degree programs are invited to complete this survey.
- The survey will be conducted online using a Qualtrics survey tool.
- This survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete.
- The survey will be completely anonymous, and respondent identity will remain confidential.
- Names or other Personally Identifiable Information will not be asked.
- No questions in the survey are compulsory and respondents can skip or exit the survey at any point.
- The survey is divided into the following sections: Demographic Information, Indicators of Stress, Stress and Coping mechanisms.
- Participation is completely voluntary, and participants will not be penalized or compensated in any way.
- For questions contact Dr. Ramkumarie Baliram at 929-206-7804 or by e-mail: Ramkumarie.Baliram@helenefuld.edu
Purpose of research study:
- This study will identify stressors and the level of stress within the nursing student population at the Helene Fuld College of Nursing.
- The data collected will be analyzed for the most common stressors and their impact on students.
- Feedback from this survey will be useful in guiding the college counselor and faculty to understand stress and stressors within the nursing student population.
- The outcome of this research may elicit the establishment of program interventions aiming to assist students.
Thank You for reading about this and for considering to participate. Please expect an e-mail containing a link to the survey study in about one week.