This week at Evidenced Based Nursing we are spotlighting on the editorial team, watch out for our series of blogs and join in the Twitter chat:
Alison Twycross will emphasis the need to improve the use of evidence in practice when managing pain in children;
- Roberta Heale will focus on the importance of undertaking research about patient care;
- Helen Noble will highlight health care management of advanced, irreversible chronic kidney and the impartance of reaserch teams;
- Jo Smith will discuss the challenges and rewards of combing teaching and learning, research and scholarly activity;
- Allison Shorten shares her expertise in evidence based midwifery and women’s health.
The Twitter Chat on Wednesday 20th April between 8-9 pm (GMT) hosted by Professor Alison Twycross (@alitwy) who is editor of EBN and Dr Joanna Smith (@josmith175) one of the journal’s associate editors will focus on the following question (read the blog for further details):
What promotes and what stops nurse academics undertaking research & scholarly activity?