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How healthy is the state of nursing research?

With seemingly more and more research studies being published but more time pressures on staff, we want to gauge nursing’s current status in the world of clinical research.

First-of-its-kind study on injury recovery takes the trauma patient's point of view

(University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing) In one of the first studies to examine priorities in recovery identified by trauma patients, family members and clinicians over time, an international re...

Speaker: Nursing research starts with questions passion and open mind

CLEVELAND —Rheumatology nurses need to approach the idea of doing nursing research with an open mind and use their passion to answer questions for the benefits of their patients and the improvement ...

Speaker Nursing research starts with questions passion and open mind

CLEVELAND —Rheumatology nurses need to approach the idea of doing nursing research with an open mind and use their passion to answer questions for the benefits of their patients and the improvement ...

Speaker: Nursing research starts with questions, passion and open mind

CLEVELAND —Rheumatology nurses need to approach the idea of doing nursing research with an open mind and use their passion to answer questions for the benefits of their patients and the improvement ...

What You Need to Know Before Pursuing a Career in Nursing

Nursing is a vocation, not a career. Unless you are made of the right stuff, nursing is probably not for you. There is a lot to consider if you decide to enter the nursing profession. Firstly, you nee...

Scientific Symposium, New Strategic Plan Mark National Institute of Nursing Research’s 30th Anniversary

The National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) will present “Advancing Science, Improving Lives: A Window to the Future.

Nursing School Awarded CDC Contract to Study Infection Surveillance and Reporting in Nursing Homes

A research team led by Patricia Stone, PhD, the Centennial Professor of Health Policy at Columbia University School of Nursing, has been awarded a one-year, $375,000 contract from the Centers for Dise...

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Bedside to bench: re-thinking nursing research.

There is very little clarity or agreement in the nursing profession on the best way to teach and examine students on research understanding, let alone develop and appraise nursing research application...

Stakeholders' Perspectives on Stakeholder-Engaged Research (SER): Strategies to Operationalize Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Principles for SER.

US federal funding agencies increasingly incentivize stakeholder-engaged research which represents a paradigm shift toward incorporating a range of stakeholders in research design, conduct, and dissem...

Practical Issues of Conducting a Q Methodology Study: Lessons Learned From a Cross-cultural Study.

This article advances nursing research by presenting the methodological challenges experienced in conducting a multination Q-methodology study. This article critically analyzes the relevance of the me...

Stakeholder Participation in System Change: A New Conceptual Model.

A recent change in Canada's primary care system led to the introduction of Nurse Practitioner-Led clinics. The literature suggests that stakeholders can influence system change initiatives. However, v...

Understanding Nursing and Healthcare Research Cronin Patricia Coughlan Michael et al Understanding Nursing and Healthcare Research 224pp £20.99 Sage 9781446241011 1446241017 Formula: see text.

The 12 chapters here cover the key topics in the nursing and healthcare research process, including data collection, data analysis, and quantitative and qualitative approaches.

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