Resilience of LGBTQ Nurses

I am conducting a survey of LGBTQ health care professionals with medical resident Carl Streed to identify the factors that promote resilience–that is, how do we keep sane in a sometimes hostile, often neglecting work environment. So much research focuses on the negative experiences we have, but little on the things that make the workplace, and us as individuals, able to bounce back from adversity.

I would really like a large sample so that we can compare nurses to physicians to physician assistants and others. If you have not taken the survey, it only takes about 10 minutes.  Please share the link with anyone who is actively working in a health care setting.

Thank you so much for contributing to this important work, and I’ll share some of the preliminary findings here in the next few months.

About Mickey

I am a community health researcher and scholar from San Francisco State University, and have 25 years of experience studying lesbian/bisexual women's health.
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2 Responses to Resilience of LGBTQ Nurses

  1. Dawn Koonkongsatian says:

    Can I share with nursing students too? Or do you only want those who have graduated?

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