Zero to 60: Building research teams quickly for multi-site research
Suzan Kardong-Edgren, PhD - School of Nursing and Health Sciences, Robert Morris University, Moon Township, Pennsylvania, USA; Allison Chen, BA, BSN - Clinical Learning Lab Specialist, Chamberlain College of Nursing, Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Researchers may volunteer to participate in multisite studies without a clear understanding of what is involved. We applied Weiner's (2009) organizational readiness for change theory to our 10 site technology rich study and describe the preparation and adjustments made over time to build a successful research team.
44th Biennial Convention 2017 Theme: Influence Through Action: Advancing Global Health, Nursing, and Midwifery.
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Kardong-Edgren, Suzan; Breitkreuz, Karen; Gilbert, Gregory E.This multi-site study evaluated the usability of a virtual reality (VR) game with haptics for refreshing aseptic catheterization skills in 291 nursing students. Findings revealed that undergraduate nursing students are ...
Challenging the system: Building a sustainable educational research program using innovative funding sources Kardong-Edgren, Suzan; Clark, Cynthia M.; Lasater, Kathie; Leighton, Kim (2016-08-11)Dwindling state budgets, competing demands for limited grant funding, and reduced private giving have converged to create a challenging environment for faculty attempting to begin or continue a sustainable program of ...
Kardong-Edgren, SuzanThis presentation will discuss the challenges of designing an educational research program and moving it forward in a teaching intensive university setting, using simulation for high stakes testing and CPR research as exemplars.
Multi-site research playbook: A practical guide to support multi-site research studies for greater impact Shirey, Maria; Bonamer, Jen; Clarke, Sean; Haas, Sheila; Ivory, Catherine; Kitto, Simon; Price, David; Weiss, Marianne; Yakusheva, Olga; Chappell, Kathy; Johantgen, MegRigorous, high-quality nursing research creates an evidence base that advances nursing practice, shapes health policy, and contributes to improving nurse, patient, and system outcomes. Yet, too often, nurse researchers ...
Durham, Carol F.; Kardong-Edgren, Suzan (2016-08-11)Faculty, staff, deans, and directors are using simulation in various forms and with diverse fidelity and need guidance on how to optimize the use of simulation. The NCSBN guidelines the use of simulation in pre-licensure ...