Compassion Fatigue Among Family Caregivers of Individuals with End-stage Heart Failure

The purpose of this research is to examine compassion fatigue in family caregivers caring for family with heart failure. Our goal is to find out about your experiences so that we can help nurses make decisions about planning for care in the future. The research is being conducted by researchers from UMass Lowell.

This is a one-time online anonymous survey. You can use your phone, tablet, or computer. The survey should take only 15-20 minutes. If you want to stop and come back to it that will be ok. If you would like a paper survey mailed to you, please click on the link provided at the start of the survey. A paper survey and self-addressed, stamped envelope will be mailed to you. Your information will be kept confidential.

In return for your time for completing the survey, the first 100 completed surveys will be entered in a drawing for a tablet (optional).

The survey link is here: Compassion Fatigue Among Family Caregivers of Individuals with End-Stage Heart Failure

Thank you for contributing to this research.

Eligibility:
>/= 18 years old, speak read English, caregiver for family member with heart failure, ability to complete the survey

Please contact us if you require more information. Lisa_cross@student.uml.edu