Write for us in 2022!

David Barrett; Deputy Editor, Evidence-Based Nursing Journal At Evidence-Based Nursing (EBN) journal we seek to promote high-quality research through the publication of commentaries, summaries and opinion pieces. The journal is dependent on contributions from nurses and the broader healthcare community, and we are always looking for new authors. If you’re interested in writing for us, then there […]

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Clinical Research Delivery Teams and the Covid response: defining a new specialty

This week’s blog comes from Nicolas Aldridge, Lead Nurse for Research and Development at UHCW NHS Trust and a NIHR 70@70 Research Leader. He has worked in research for past 13 years and is passionate about increasing research opportunities for patients, and promoting a clinical career in research for nurses and midwives. The emergence and […]

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Money counts….

Dr Caroline Shuldham OBE,    Independent Consultant and Non-Executive Director @CMShuldham Establishing a realistic and accurate budget is one of the foundations when planning projects or research as researchers need to identify the costs of their proposal.  It is an intrinsic part of developing a grant application to secure funding, which as the NIHR states […]

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Using big data to improve the patient journey in cancer care

Dr Amanda Lee; Associate Dean (International), Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Hull (Twitter @amandaleehull)           Over recent years, healthcare has been collecting a variety of ‘big data’ – sets of information on a variety of diseases, treatments, and outcomes. These are useful to inform research and clinical interventions, to provide […]

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Healthcare and the Arts: An Interdisciplinary collaboration

Mr Ian Walsh, Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s University Belfast Join the EBN Twitter Chat on Wednesday the 5th June 2019, 8-9pm UK time which will be hosted by Mr Ian Walsh, Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s University Belfast. It will focus on arts in […]

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Treatment burden: the flip side for stroke survivors in a modern world.

In the first of our series of blogs to highlight Action on Stroke month, Dr Katie Gallacher, a clinical academic GP partner and Stroke Association Senior Clinical Fellow at the University of Glasgow discusses the issue of treatment burden for stroke survivors and their families.     The hard work of living with a chronic […]

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Promoting global knowledge exchange about domestic abuse prevention in the UK and Uganda

Dr Maria Clark is a Lecturer in Nursing in the School of Nursing (Institute of Clinical Sciences) University of Birmingham, U.K. Paving the way In May 2016, the World Health Assembly Member States pledged a global plan of action on strengthening the role of the health systems in addressing interpersonal violence, particularly against women and […]

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Patient Public Involvement in Research

  Dr Joanna Smith, Associate Professor Child Nursing, School of Healthcare, University of Leeds, j.e.smith1@leeds.ac.uk Dr Alison Rodriguez, Lecturer Child and Family Health, Health School of Healthcare, University of Leeds, a.m.rodriguez@leeds.ac.uk Join our EBN Twitter Chat on Wednesday the 4thof July 2018, 8-9pm UK time, which will focus the challenges & rewards of Patient Public Involvement […]

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