Clinical research administration is much like an orange-remove the peel, and what appears to be simple is actually many interconnected, but separate, sections.
Evidence–based practice has emerged as one of the most important health care movements of the 21st century. But the challenge for many nurses is converting the theory of evidence–based practice into action and incorporating it into a daily routine.
From politicians to school teachers, ethics is a sensitive issue affecting all walks of life. Nurses are no exception.
Like the parts of a body, research systems interact and support each other. From clinical nurses testing a new protocol to nurse researchers at a university, professionals and students are now expected to understand the fundamentals of research.
Have you had to find project funding or contribute to a grant request? Grantwriting can be an intimidating concept for nurses.
Interpretative phenomenological analysis aims to offer insights into how a person within a given context makes sense of a phenomenon—usually these phenomena relate to experiences of some personal significance such as a major life event (acute or chronic illness, death of a loved one, change in economic status, etc.) or the development of an important relationship.