As the COVID-19 pandemic affects the United States, nurses are especially at risk on the frontlines. Nurses risk becoming infected themselves or infecting their loved ones as they care for patients. Another result of the pandemic is that Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) report increased experiencing racial profiling, hate incidents and violence.

We are a multidisciplinary team at Arizona State University. We would like to learn how AAPI nurses are managing both risk factors, serving as frontline defenders against the pandemic while also knowing that AAPIs have been attacked because they are associated with COVID-19.

Please share your story. Your insights will help us predict problems, identify solutions and shape responses to the current crisis. We hope that this study will contribute to better support and resources for AAPI nurses.

All information shared is anonymous without personal identifiers. The aggregated information will be used for advocacy, research, and education. Please contact us at fightcv19@gmail.com for questions related to this study.

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