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National Nursing Survey: Understanding Racism in Nursing

Posted 3 months ago by Charlotte Baez Diaz

October 18, 2021- The National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing is requesting your participation in a survey on Racism in Nursing in the Workplace.

Racism is defined as assaults on the human spirit in the form of biases, prejudices, and an ideology of superiority which persistently causes moral suffering and perpetuates injustices and inequities.

The purpose of this survey is to learn about your perceptions and lived experiences and to further understand the impact of racism on the nursing profession and patient outcomes.

The survey is brief and will take approximately 6 minutes to complete. Please click the link, https://surveys.nursingworld.org/s3/nationalcommission2021, to go directly to the survey.

Your participation in the survey is completely voluntary and all of your responses will be kept confidential.

This survey is available until 11:59 pm EST, October 28th, 2021.

If you have any questions about this survey, or difficulty in accessing the site or completing the survey, please contact the American Nurses Association at Practice@ana.org.

Thank you.

 


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