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A Message from the LGBTQIA Health and Health Disparities RIG

We are collecting data using a survey to examine researchers’ experience collecting sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data in research studies. As such, researchers may use a variety of questions to capture SOGI data, which can make it difficult to compare findings across studies.  Hence this work will contribute to an improved understanding of SOGI data collection approaches in research studies.

There is no compensation, but the RIG members intend to share the findings and subsequent recommendations with the larger ENRS community. Please click on the link to participate in the study.

This survey will take no more than 10 minutes.

A Message from Maggie Eaton MSN, RN - Student Investor (SI) Northeastern University

Maggie Eaton, MSN, RN is conducting research on Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Experiences with Providing Nutrition Counseling to Adult Patients in Primary Care Practice.

Summary of the purpose of this research

Maggie Eaton, MSN, RN is conducting interviews to learn more about nurse practitioners’ experiences providing nutrition counseling in primary care for my PhD research. Maggie is seeking Family or Adult Nurse Practitioners who currently work in primary care treating adults to participate in a one-time, approximately 60-minute virtual interview.

What are the goals of this research?  

The goals of this qualitative research study are: (1) to describe the primary care Nurse Practitioner’s (NP’s) experience in providing nutrition counseling to adult patients in primary care practice and (2) to understand how nutrition counseling in primary care practice has changed with the recent coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) global pandemic.

Participation is completely voluntary. In exchange for your time and participation, you can elect to enter a raffle to receive a $100 Amazon gift card after the interview is completed. 

To learn more about this study or if you are interested in participating, please contact me via email at [email protected] with your contact information.

This study has been reviewed and approved by the Northeastern University Institutional Review Board.