Neonatal Nurses Research Priorities-Survey: Looking for Participants

Thank you for your support!

Neonatal Nursing Research Priorities Survey

We would like to send our thanks to the nurses and midwifes worldwide who completed the Neonatal Nursing Research Priorities Survey, which is now closed.

It has been an outstanding result with 598 responses from 42 countries.

Our team is currently reviewing the data, as soon as possible we will share the findings. and will present at the 2019 COINN conference, in Auckland New Zealand



To determine the most important research priorities identified by neonatal nurses, a small group from the Council of International Neonatal Nurses, Inc. (COINN), Research Section has developed an online survey. We are inviting nurses from all over the globe to take part in the survey and we hope that the findings will underpin the development international research projects in the future. Most importantly, we really want to understand what you as nurses consider the important research priorities to be. Neonatal nurses from 70 countries contribute to COINN, with an estimated 5000 members, there is a real opportunity to have a voice about the direction of future research. This survey is a small step towards giving neonatal nursing a stronger research voice. Members of the COINN Community are invited to participate via the hyperlink here and on the COINN website and on Facebook. The survey is will be open from 30 March to 31 May 2018 and completely voluntary, anonymous and confidential. The findings will be presented at the COINN Conference to be held in Auckland, New Zealand, May 2019 and will also be published in international journals.

If you have any further queries please contact

Deborah Harris, NNP, PhD,
Hamilton, New Zealand
Margaret Broom RN, RM, PhD
Canberra, Australia
Kaye Spence, AM, RN, BEd, MN,
Sydney, Australia
Lynne Wainwright Senior Research Fellow
London, United Kingdom
Agnes van de Hoogen PhD
Utrecht, Netherlands