Recognized as one of the four domains of nursing, support for nursing research is a key priority for BCNU that is used to help achieve the
strategic directions of the organization.
evidence-based research for innovation within nursing, BCNU is proud to offer collaborative support to research projects that align with the union's
which include collectivity, democracy, equality, excellence, integrity, social justice and solidarity.
BCNU has supported various projects and initiatives; providing funding, consultation, in-kind donations and letters of support. Read about our recent collaboration with UBC researchers on the
Psychological Health and Safety Survey.
The research and health policy team, within the BCNU Professional Practice and Advocacy department, manage and support research requests. Researchers interested in working with BCNU on projects can complete the
Research Collaboration Request form. Once submitted, members of the research and health policy team will review the project details and contact the researcher to discuss next steps.
For further information or any questions, please contact the research and health policy team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mental health strategy
The following external research and survey opportunities are open to health care workers.
Long-Term Care and Assisted Living COVID-19 Staff Survey (Contact your facility for the survey access code)
Internationally Educated Nurses Survey
Risk and Resilience in the Health Workforce
Healthcare Workers' Experiences During a Pandemic
Mapping Social Epidemiology of BC Healthcare Workers
International COVID-19 Nursing Workforce Survey
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