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Idaho State University

COVID-19 Healthcare Provider Impact Survey

The COVID-19 pandemic has had an affect on all residents of Idaho. At Idaho State University, the Graduate Nursing Faculty are interested in how the pandemic has had an impact on you as a healthcare provider.  You are invited to participate in a research study by completing an electronic survey that will take approximately 7-10 minutes of your time.

Your responses to this survey are anonymous. However, you may provide a preferred email address to receive follow up surveys. This is the only time your email address will be requested and implies your willingness to participate in the follow-up surveys. The email address you provide will be stored on a HIPPAA compliant server, be password protected, encrypted and only accessible by two study investigators. It will be used only for the purposes of sending two follow-up surveys three and six months after you complete this survey. Email addresses will be erased from the server upon conclusion of data collection. The emails with the link to the follow up surveys will be sent using the same HIPPAA compliant platform. The email address you provide will be deleted entirely from the server upon completion of data collection.

Your completion of the survey implies your consent. You may stop at any time and do not have to answer any question within the survey.  You may also choose not to participate in the study. If you have questions about the study, you may contact the Principal Investigator, Dr. Michelle Anderson, at andemic2@isu.edu or by calling (208)373-1784.  If you have concerns about the conduct of the study investigators, please contact the ISU Human Subjects Office at (208)282-2179.

Data will be reported in aggregate form such that no one provider can be identified based upon their responses to the survey(s).

If you wish to participate, please click on the link below.  It will take you immediately to the survey.

CONTACT US

profnurs@isu.edu

(208) 282-2132

 

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

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