ASU Nursing Survey Concerning Back PainRegister Today!
- by ASUstudent Apr 11, '08dear nursing community, my team and i are biomedical engineers are arizona state university. we are conducting a research study to see if there is a link between nursing and back pain. to answer this question we created a quick online survey which can be accessed at:
for us to receive the most accurate information please donít conduct the survey if you are not a nurse. below is further information about the survey. thanks again for all your responses.
- asu bioengineering students
[color=#333333]we, as engineering students from the ira a. fulton school of
[color=#333333]engineering at asu, are asking for your help with our senior design
[color=#333333]project. our involvement in the medical field has brought to our
[color=#333333]attention that many medical personnel suffer from back pain due to
[color=#333333]their lifting of patients. our project goal as medical engineers is
[color=#333333]to design and build a device to assist with the lifting of patients.
[color=#333333]however, we must prove that this device is demanded by medical
[color=#333333]personnel in order to receive funding. if you could take a minute and
[color=#333333]complete this survey that would be greatly appreciated.Last edit by ASUstudent on Apr 11, '08
- Apr 11, '08 by ASUstudentIf this could be stickied we would appreciate it. Thanks.
- Apr 11, '08 by ASUstudentdoes anyone have any comments/suggestions about our study? any feedback would be great.
- Apr 12, '08 by NRSKarenRNstuck for 1 month. Karen
- Apr 12, '08 by ASUstudentThank You.
- Apr 12, '08 by *ac*Didn't look at your survey, but just wanted to comment that I learned in Nursing Research that internet surveys are not considered high quality data. It's basically a "convenience" type of data that is not all that credible in terms of valid research.
- Apr 13, '08 by ASUstudentyour absolutely right ac, we are also conducting this survey in local hospitals for more accurate results.
- May 29, '09 by KneKnore: survey--I seldom move patients from one bed to another, usually it's out of bed to a bedside commode or chair, take a walk, then return to bed. In ICU, portable chest xrays are done frequently, requiring the (sedated) pts head and trunk to be lifted up into a sort of sitting position while the film is placed and removed from under the pt. At the most, 3 people can help with this, there's not enough room to get more in there. Hiking the pts up in bed is also done very frequently--they slide down in the bed, have feet hanging off the side, can't breath cause the bend in the bed is at their neck instead of their waist--it's repititious and twisting. We have a "floater mat" that we can use that sounds nice, but we have 1 per floor. Turn the pt right then left to get it under them, take a second to pull them up, then turn L and R again to get them off, and the pt is scrunched down in the bed where he started! Good Luck