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Disaster nursing online survey: What are the nursing research priorities for disaster management?

Dear nursing practitioners/educators/scholars/leaders, 

We are conducting a questionnaire survey to understand and evaluate the nursing research priorities for disaster management. In this research, we define disaster management as the organization, planning and application of measures preparing for, responding to and recovering from disasters that are relevant to nursing priorities. Information regarding your knowledge and experience relevant to nursing research for disaster management, and basic sociodemographic information will be collected. The questionnaire should take only approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. 

The information collected in this questionnaire is solely for the purposes of research. All the data analyses will be carried out anonymously and all the data collected will be kept confidential. This project has been reviewed and approved by the human subjects ethics committee of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Ref. HSEARS20210304002). 

Now, you can click the link or scan the QR Code to start the survey!  Your response by 12 May 2021 will be greatly appreciated. 

You have been identified as one of the key persons contributing to disaster nursing, however, we may not have access or missed out other colleagues who have made significant contributions in disaster nursing. We, hereby, request for your assistant to forward this invitation email to these colleagues in your contact.  We will appreciate this very much. 

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Chunlan Guo (email: 

Thank you for your attention. 


Professor Alex Molassiotis, RN, PhD 

Professor Alice Loke, RN, PhD 

Principal Investigators