Surveys


Interested in survey distribution to CACCN Members?  Read the requirements and contact caccn@caccn.ca  


Current Surveys available for Member Participation

Facilitators of Weaning: FLOW survey
Have you been involved in implementing a weaning protocol for ventilation? Or  Have you been working in an Intensive Care Unit that implemented a weaning protocol?   If yes, would you please give 10 minutes of your time to complete this tick box survey?  To complete the survey, please click here: https://delphimanager.liv.ac.uk/FLOW/

Matthew Henderson, Researcher, Queen’s University of Belfast   mhenderson13@qub.ac.uk
Prof Bronagh Blackwood, Queen’s University of Belfast
Dr Joanne Jordan, Queen’s University of Belfast
Prof Louise Rose, King’s College London
Dr Karen E. A. Burns, St. Michael’s Hospital and the University of Toronto


Invitation to provide feedback on National Nurse Manager Survey
Take part in an on-line survey on nurse managers' perspectives of patient and visitor aggression in health care.  The purpose of this survey is to gain a comprehensive overview of the current situation with regards to patient and visitor aggression in psychiatric and general hospitals in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and the United States of America, from the health manager's perspective.  Nurse managers of all management levels, including directors/deputies, as well as personnel responsible for nursing education and nursing experts from all general and psychiatric clinical settings are invited to participate in this survey. It will take about 30-45 minutes to complete the questionnaire, depending on how many of the questions apply to your personal job situation and work area.  You can participate by following this link https://de.surveymonkey.com/r/PERoPA_USA_Canada


International survey investigating the biopsychosocial wellbeing in Critical Care health-care professionals.

This study is being conducted by Associated Professor Diane Chamberlain, President of the Australian College of Critical Care Nurses, with CACCN collaboration.  This is a survey to measure, to describe and predict biopsychosocial wellbeing in Critical Care Health Professionals.  The information will inform the development of professional policies and further research of interventions by the related Societies and Colleges for Critical Care Health professionals. Your participation in this study is completely voluntary. The information you supply is not identifiable once it is submitted.  Participation in this survey is not limited to CACCN members. Recipients of this email are encouraged to forward this link to their multidisciplinary colleagues. Further information can be found in the participant information sheet - CLICK HERE.  If you should have any queries regarding the study, please direct these to di.chamberlain@flinders.edu.au.  To access this survey please CLICK HERE


Canadian Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium: Opportunity to participate in a Research Project

Katie Dainty, a scientist at North York General Hospital in Toronto leads a team of sudden cardiac arrest survivors, family members, health care providers and researchers from the Canadian Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (a Canadian research network).  You are being invited to participate in an innovative research project related to sudden cardiac arrest.  The Consortium is looking to identify and prioritize the most important research questions people have about sudden cardiac arrest.  This will give the research network direction on which topics to focus on in the future.  As a group of health care professionals who deal with the impact of sudden cardiac arrest everyday, the Consortium would highly value the opinion of critical care nurses.  

The Consortium is asking you to complete a short on-line survey which is housed on the following website: https://cardiacarrestresearchsurvey.ca.  The website has more information about this project, who is involved, how the data will be used, and the link to the survey.  The survey is approved by the Research Ethics Board at North York General Hospital and takes about 10-15 minutes to complete. It is completely anonymous unless you choose to leave your contact information.  If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact

Katie N. Dainty, PhD
Research Chair, Patient-Centred Outcomes, North York General Hospital, Assistant Professor and Emphasis Lead, Institute of Health Policy, Management & Evaluation, University of Toronto
katie.dainty@utoronto.ca