Ethical Issues Among Nurse Practitioners

A mail out survey of Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants regarding ethical stress and the ethical dilemmas they face when balancing patient care costs and administrative requirements. Study design included an incentive experiment in which an up front cash incentive was compared with a lottery incentive and a no-incentive control group.
Sample
802 Nurse Practitioners and 692 Physician Assistants completed the survey
Principal Investigators
Tom Guterbock
Sponsor
National Institutes of Health
Project ID
2.006
Year
2002