COVID-19 Impact on Nurses Study (COINS)
To improve nurse well-being and quality of life
Welcome and thank you to nurses who continue to work tirelessly on the frontlines of health and care!
The University of Kansas School of Nursing is concerned about the impact of the pandemic on nurses' well-being and quality of life. The COVID-19 Impact on Nurses Study (COINS) is an IRB approved, computer-adaptive online survey of:
- The impact of COVID-19 on nurses
- Well-being, quality of life, and psychological distress including ability to focus, anxiety, depression, and fatigue using NIH PROMIS© measures
- Personal and professional strategies that nurses use and need to reduce the impact of COVID-19
- Intent to leave their job or profession
COINS began surveying May 2020. We are focused on long-term care, acute care, ambulatory care, and school and community nurses throughout the United States and around the world. Please join us.
Participate. If you are a nurse, complete this online consent form to participate in COINS.
Or scan the QR code with your mobile phone:
Partner. If you are a researcher or want to invite your health care organization to participate, email Dr. Frances Yang.
Promote. To learn more about supporting the research, email Dr. Amy Garcia.
Meet. The Co-Principal Investigators
Frances Yang, PhD, Research Associate Professor, School of Nursing
Amy Garcia, DNP, RN, Clinical Associate Professor, School of Nursing