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Successful researchers rarely tend to work in isolation

Liz Halcomb @NRJournalRCN Editor, Nurse Researcher

The topic of what makes a research student successful often comes up in conversations with academics. Research can be perceived as a mystical activity that can only be accomplished by the most intelligent. Attributes such as critical thinking and communication skills are identified as being the most important qualities.

Nurse Researcher. 27, 1, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/nr.27.1.5.s1

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