Clinical research: how getting involved gives your professional development a boost
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Clinical research: how getting involved gives your professional development a boost

Heather Jarman @godalmingjarman Consultant nurse in emergency care, St George’s Hospital in London

Why becoming a research-active nurse offers opportunities for exciting and rewarding work that can run in tandem with your clinical practice

Research is at the centre of evidence-based practice and has never been more visible, with the pandemic highlighting its value in developing life-saving and preventative treatments, including the COVID-19 vaccine.

Nurse Researcher. 29, 4, 9-10. doi: 10.7748/nr.29.4.9.s3

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