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Academic calls for more value to be attached to nursing research

Nursing in the UK is “guilty” of not evidencing the value of the work it does, delegates at the chief nursing officer for England’s summit heard last week.

Durham, N.C. - Duke Nursing Is Ninth in Funding from National Institutes of Health

Duke University School of Nursing is now ninth in the country in the amount of National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded research, among 63 other schools of nursing receiving NIH funding, according t...

West Haven, Conn. - UConn School of Nursing Recognizes Yale Professor

The University of Connecticut (UConn) School of Nursing has selected Robin Whittemore, PhD, APRN, FAAN, associate professor and PhD program director, Yale School of Nursing (YSN), as recipient of the ...

The profound wisdom of the nursing diagnosis

When I was in nursing school there was always a lot of eye-rolling when it came time to discuss nursing diagnoses.  This was mostly because nursing diagnoses were followed by book-length nursing care...

New nursing research unit set to focus on improving patient care

A nursing research unit based at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge is to open later this month, with one of its initial projects being to investigate how cancer patients can be better supported du...

Prevalence of mistreatment between nursing home residents highlighted by report

Inappropriate, disruptive, or hostile behavior between nursing home residents is a sizable and growing problem, according to new research. Over the past two decades, researchers, policymakers, and the...

Queen's Nursing Institute celebrates best of district nursing

A student nurse from Southampton University has been named as the top district nursing trainee by the Queen’s Nursing Institute.

U.S. nursing leaders issue blueprint for 21st century nursing ethics

An unprecedented report looks at the ethical issues facing the nursing profession, as the American Nursing Association prepares to release a revised Code of Ethics in 2015.

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Strategies for Establishing an Endowed Chair in a Service Setting.

To advance care for patients and families requires that providers and administrators in clinical settings place a high priority on the scientific domain of nursing. New knowledge intended to benefit n...

Physiotherapy Research Priorities in Switzerland: Views of the Various Stakeholders.

Research priorities, defined by multiple stakeholders, can proximally facilitate the coordination of research projects and national and international cooperation and distally further improve the quali...

A Model for Increasing Appreciation, Accessibility and Application of Research in Nursing.

The confidence and engagement of nurses (and midwives) in research are an area for continued development. The Research Appreciation, Accessibility, and Application Model (RAAAM), developed in 2011, pr...

Merging Person-Centered Care With Translational Research to Improve the Lives of Older Adults: Creating Community-Based Nursing Research Networks.

Translational research is a leading trend in science with the aim of bridging the research-practice gap to significantly speed the implementation of effective interventions in clinical practice. Integ...

Understanding Research for Nursing Students Ellis Peter Understanding Research for Nursing Students 168pp £16.99 Sage/Learning Matters 9871446267615 144626761X Formula: see text.

THIS BOOK builds on the first edition by incorporating new developments, reviews and readers' feedback and describes recently published nursing research to illustrate how nursing research is continual...

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