Strategies To Improve Retention Of New Nurses


You are invited to participate in a research study. The purpose of this study is to explore the strategies that Nurse Leaders need to improve the retention of new nurses after the first year of employment. The study is examining rural hospitals in the Four Corners region of the United States (Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico).

Participants should be Nurse Leaders (CNE, CNO, Nurse managers) who live and work in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah at a rural hospital with a minimum of 200 hospital beds. The facility should hire new graduate RNs and the Nurse Leader will have been in their role for a minimum of five years and have decision-making capability.

As a participant, you will be given a numeric identifier and the name of your facility will be not be listed. The interviews will be by Skype and will be recorded. The interview should last between 45-60 minutes. You will be given an opportunity to review your transcript when available. 

Interviews will be scheduled immediately and at your convenience. I can be reached at the following: 505-870-0238, wendy.land@student.ctuonline.edu

Thank you for your time and consideration

Wendy Land (Doctorate candidate CTU)

 

Compensation: $5

Location: wendy.land@student.ctuonline.edu

Researcher

Wendy Land at Colorado Technical University

Recruitment Began

2019-11-10 20:30:01

Location

wendy.land@student.ctuonline.edu

Compensation

$5

Requirements

  • Age: 20 to 82
  • Country: United States
  • Education: College Graduate (4 year), Master's Degree (MS), Professional Degree (MD, JD, MFA, etc.)
  • Employment: Full Time, Retired
  • Employment Industry: Human health and social work activities