Research students need support during the COVID-19 pandemic
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Research students need support during the COVID-19 pandemic

Liz Halcomb @LizHalcomb Editor, Nurse Researcher

COVID-19 continues to have a significant impact worldwide, resulting in social isolation, healthcare delivery and community interaction restrictions and affecting personal lives, work and study. There has also been growing recognition of its effects on university students (Dewart et al 2020, Savitsky et al 2020), but less discussion around research students. All doctoral candidates are likely to be feeling the effects, not least in their capacity to complete projects.

Nurse Researcher. 28, 3, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/nr.28.3.5.s1

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