Leslie Neal-Boylan, PhD, RN, Professor of Nursing at Southern Connecticut State University, is conducting a study of registered nurses with permanent physical and/or sensory disabilities. The study’s purpose is to explore how closely nurse job descriptions match the actual expectations of the job. This study is part of an ongoing program of research regarding the worklife of nurses with disabilities. The study involves one interview of approximately one hour. If interested, please contact Dr. Neal-Boylan of further information at 203-392-6480 or nealboylanL1@southernct.edu.
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