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Here is the link to the study:

Capability Beliefs to Access and Implement Research-Based Knowledge into Practice in Emergency Department RNs Who Provide Direct Patient Care: A Two-Group RCT

Hello!

Invitation to Participate

My name is Ivy McKinney, APRN. I am a PhD student in nursing science at Texas Woman's University.

I am conducting a 2-group random control trial study about emergency room nurses' confidence to access research based knowledge for everyday practice.

Your decision to take part is voluntary and you may refuse to take part, or you may choose to stop taking part at any time. You may refuse to answer any question at any time for any reason.

The Institutional Review Board of Texas Woman's University approved this research project.

If you participate you will watch a video and then complete a short survey.

Procedure

If you agree to take part in this study:

· Click on the provided link and your browser will be directed to PsychDATA, an online survey service.

· You will watch an educational video

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Next, you will respond to a two-part questionnaire.

o First you will complete a short survey

o Next you will answer a series of questions about yourself.

· No questions will be asked that could identify you.

· The IP information for your computer will not be collected.

· Your answers will be combined with the other responses received and will only be presented in summary form.

Time Commitment

Watching the video and completing the questionnaire will take up to 15 minutes.

Benefits

You will not be paid to participate in this study. However, you can benefit from the satisfaction of providing your opinion from your own unique perspective, and knowing you have contributed to future nursing practice decisions.

Risks

There is a very small risk of a breach of confidentiality. However, steps to provide complete confidentiality have been taken. PsychDATA encrypts the hyperlink connection. This means that your name will not be connected with your answers.

Withdrawal

Taking part in this study is completely voluntary. If you choose to take part, you may refuse to answer any particular question at any time for any reason.

Compensation

You will not be paid to participate in the study.

Questions or concerns

I will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have about this study, or the concept in general. Please contact me by email ativymckinney02@yahoo.com or by telephone at 832-483-3065.

Consent to Participate

Click below only if you understand the information given to you about this research and choose to rake part. Make sure that any questions have been answered and that you understand the study. If you have any questions or concerns about your rights as a research subject, call the Texas Woman's University Institutional Research Review Board at 713-794-2480.

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Texas Woman's University Statement

Your participation is voluntary. You may choose not to participate or you may discontinue your participation at any time without penalty. Your decision whether or not to participate will not affect your current or future relations with Texas Woman's University.

Here is the link to the study Capability Beliefs to Access and Implement Research-Based Knowledge into Practice in Emergency Department RNs Who Provide Direct Patient Care: A Two-Group RCT

If the direct link does not work, please copy and paste it in your browser.

If you know of any RNs who provide direct patient care in an emergency department setting, please share this flyer with them.

Thank you for your valuable input.

Ivy McKinney, RN, MSN, APRN

Texas Woman's University

PhD student

imckinney@twu.edu

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Today is the last day to participate. If you have already, thank you. If you have not, please consider participating . Please help if you can.

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Today is the last day to participate. If you have already, thank you. If you have not, please consider participating . Please help if you can.

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Hello Colleagues,

I spoke too soon about closing my study. When I looked at the reports, there were fewer usable surveys than I expected. Would you please consider clicking on the link and being a participant in my 2 group study?

Here is the link to the study:

Capability Beliefs to Access and Implement Research-Based Knowledge into Practice in Emergency Department RNs Who Provide Direct Patient Care: A Two-Group RCT

Thank you

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