Integrating nurse researchers in clinical practice - a challenging, but necessary task for nurse leaders

Bibi Hølge-Hazelton, Mette Kjerholt, Connie Bøttcher Berthelsen, Thora Grothe Thomsen

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AIM: To create awareness among nurse leaders, of what they may need to consider, when integrating nurse researchers as advanced nurse practitioners (ANP) at PhD-level among their staff.

BACKGROUND: In a time of transition nurse leaders may be challenged by the change towards evidence-based clinical nursing, including integrating nurse researchers in ANP positions.

METHODS: A collective case study including three ANPs took place at a large regional hospital in Denmark. The cases were first analysed by focusing on the generic features, functions and skills of ANPs, and second by focusing on the approaches to evidence-based practice seen in the cases.

RESULTS: Regardless of same position, formal level of research expertise and overall responsibility, different approaches related to each ANPs professional profile, interest, academic ambitions and personality were seen.

CONCLUSION: Nurse leaders must ensure a process where the content and expectations of the particular role are mutually clarified and adjusted to the individual ANP and to the specific context, in order to create a harmonious match.

IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING MANAGEMENT: In order to clarify expectations regarding the inclusion of nurse researchers as ANPs at PhD level, the paper provides firm recommendations that may guide the process.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftJournal of Nursing Management
Vol/bind24
Udgave nummer4
Sider (fra-til)465-474
ISSN0966-0429
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2016

Fingeraftryk

Nurses
Research Personnel
Atrial Natriuretic Factor
Nurse Practitioners
Evidence-Based Nursing
Evidence-Based Practice
Denmark
Nursing
Research

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Integrating nurse researchers in clinical practice - a challenging, but necessary task for nurse leaders. / Hølge-Hazelton, Bibi; Kjerholt, Mette; Berthelsen, Connie Bøttcher; Thomsen, Thora Grothe.

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