How to share your knowledge by writing a paper for publication
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How to share your knowledge by writing a paper for publication

Janet Idowu @RMNJanetI Service manager, Cygnet Health Care, London
Ann Mitchell Researcher, RCN and Open University, London
Catherine Gamble RCN fellow and independent nurse consultant, London

It is rare to see practising nurses from black, Asian or minority ethnic backgrounds publishing articles in professional journals. In our experience most nurses who publish scholarly papers are undertaking postgraduate studies or are in research roles, and are of white heritage.

Mental Health Practice. 26, 6, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/mhp.26.6.5.s1

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