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Inside best practice: Overcome nurses fear of research with seven steps

HCPro's Weekly Update on the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program®*, December 9, 2008

Helping nurses overcome their fear of research and encouraging them to take up the challenge of engaging in the process is an important task for a nurse researcher. As an educator, the nurse researcher should begin projects for staff nurses such as:

  1. Nursing research 101—where do I start?
  2. Doing literature reviews, critiquing research articles, and using journal clubs in clinical research
  3. Finding resources and funding for research
  4. Community partnerships through local colleges and universities
  5. Grant writing made easy
  6. Communicating your findings
  7. Improving patient care through applied nursing research

Source: Adapted from HCPro’s new book Nursing Research Program Builder: Strategies to Translate Findings into Practice.

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