Second Victim Study: Research Volunteers Needed!

June 20, 2016    |   By: Alex Christgen, BS, CPPS, CPHQ

Are you a clinician who has been part of an adverse clinical event? Did it lead to a career transition into a new role or position? If you answered yes, your insight is needed!  Researchers at University of Missouri Health Care and University of Massachusetts‐Boston are seeking clinicians to participate in a short online survey about the impact of adverse clinical events on career transitions. The survey takes about 10 minutes. Responses are anonymous and confidential. You can take the survey by clicking this link.

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