The driving force in research
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The driving force in research

James S Hampton-till Associate director, Research & development, basildon and thurrock University Hospital nHS Foundation trust, basildon UK
Leslie Gelling Senior research fellow, Faculty of Health and Social Care, Anglia ruskin University, Cambridge, UK

At the Royal College of Nursing annual international nursing research Conference in Harrogate it was noticeable that clinical research nurses(CRNs) had real presence. They hosted a packed symposium and presented concurrent papers and posters.

Nurse Researcher. 18, 4, 3-3. doi: 10.7748/nr.18.4.3.s1

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