Nurse Leaders’ Self Perceptions of Informatics Competency: Development and Psychometric Validation of the Informatics Competency Self assessment for Canadian Nurse Leaders (ICS CNL)
Nurse Leaders with human and financial management responsibilities and working in a clinical setting (hospital, homecare, community care, clinic , are invited to participate in this research study . Nurse leaders may have recognized senior leadership titles (e.g., Chief Nurse Executive, Director , Manager, Supervisor) but may also be individuals with significant decision making authority in a clinical environment (e.g., Advanced Practice Nurse , Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nurse Educator , Nurse Informatician ).
This study aims to:
– Develop the Informatics Competency Self assessment for Canadian Nurse Leaders ( ICS CNL) based on the nurse
leader informatics competencies in Canada.
– Determine nurse leaders’ self perceived informatics competencies.
– Assess the validity and internal consistency of the ICS CNL
Participation is VOLUNTARY . Once you click on Link below, you will be able to view the study information letter and access the online survey. This survey is anonymous and takes 10 15 minutes to complete.
A Research Ethics Board at the University of Alberta has reviewed the study plan (Pro00096334). If you have questions about your rights or how research should be conducted, you can call (780) 492 2615. This office is independent of the researchers.
If you have questions about the survey or research study, or issues with completing the survey, please contact lead investigator, Dr. Manal Kleib at: email@example.com
Thank you in advance for taking the time to participate in this research study!