Our new podcast will open up roles and career paths
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Our new podcast will open up roles and career paths

Andrew Finney Senior lecturer in adult nursing, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Keele University, England
Mike Newman Vice president, UK content and production, AudioBoom
Eleanor Hoverd Lead researcher, Unit of Academic Primary Care, Warwick Medical School, University of Nottingham, England
Joanne Cooper Head of nursing research, NHS England, University of Nottingham, England

The Nurse Researcher podcast aims to demystify clinical academia, explain what researchers do and offer advice

As nurses, we are aware of research; it is all around us in the form of the evidence underpinning the things we do. It is in journals, in databases and on social media, but to some (perhaps most) nurses, research is seen to be for others, for the ‘clever people’, for the academics.

Nurse Researcher. 31, 2, 6-7. doi: 10.7748/nr.31.2.6.s2

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