Why nursing research is vital
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Why nursing research is vital

Caroline Shuldham @CMShuldham Chair, The RCNi editorial advisory board

Taking part in collaborative research programmes will enhance your skills and your contribution to delivering quality patient care

Nurses often aspire to ‘do some research’, and consider doing a small project, sometimes as part of an education programme. But like many other initiatives, greater success can be achieved through collaboration and working in teams.

Nursing Standard. 32, 20, 31-31. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.20.31.s22

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