Writing about nursing research: a storytelling approach
Gavin J Fairbairn Professor of Education, Liverpool Hope, Liverpool, England
Alex M Carson Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Ethics, North-East Wales Institute of Higher Education, Plas Coch, Wrexham, Wales
In this article Gavin Fairbairn and Alex Carson argue that much of what is written by nurses is needlessly difficult, especially when it concerns research they have carried out. The authors make a positive contribution to the ways in which nurses think about what they write and how they write it, suggesting that one way in which things might become better would be for nurses to view their writing as a form of storytelling
10, 1, 7-14.
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