My research study improves patient care – how can I share it?
Jason Cross Advanced nurse practitioner and lead nurse, Proactive care of older people undergoing surgery (POPS) service at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London
The best way to share your research is to write an abstract for presentation at a conference or professional meeting, but for this to succeed there are some rules you should follow
Completing a research study, quality improvement project, clinical case study or literature review with the potential to shape or improve patient care is a fantastic achievement. However, writing up your hard work is often not the end of the road. The next challenge is how you share this work with your colleagues and peers.
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