Elizabeth Halcomb

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What have nurse researchers learned from the COVID-19 pandemic?

Elizabeth Halcomb looks at some of the key lessons and initiatives

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Mentoring

Finding the best mentor fit is vital for progressing your career

Budding nurse researchers and clinical nurses will blossom with the right mentor

Mobile phones sharing information

Top tips for using social media in nursing research

Advice on promoting your and others’ work and building a trusted online community

Strategic plan for nurse research is a good foundation

Commitment and resourcing by policy-makers and government is essential to plan’s success

Peer review: how to do it well

Tips for peer reviewers to ensure they can influence what is published

Students sharing research

Methodological issues and methods in doctoral studies: tips and advice for success

Advice on a good basis for sound nurse research

Using naturalistic inquiry to inform qualitative description

Using naturalistic inquiry to inform qualitative description

Researchers need to undertake research that resonates with their beliefs, values and purpose

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Strategies for becoming a successful writer

Many experience writing challenges, but there are techniques and strategies that can help you

Nursing research contributes to policy, education and practice, so shout about it

Nurse have a key role in ensuring the community understands the impact of nursing research

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COVID-19: research students need support to tackle the uncertainties caused by pandemic

Doctoral candidates face an unclear future, not least in their capacity to complete projects

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Picture shows a woman using a computer and writing in a notebook.  Liz Halcomb, editor of Nurse Researcher, lists five reasons why it is worth taking the extra step of publishing work about your methodology or research methods.

How you can help other researchers to expand their thinking

Why not take the extra step of publishing work about your methodology or research methods

After the hard work of research, make sure your findings reach the people you need

Failing to properly disseminate your research could be a big mistake, explains Liz Halcomb

Conducting research into end of life care

What to consider when undertaking research with vulnerable participants

Collecting data in research

How careful planning can ensure fewer problems are encountered in data collection

Strategies for using non-participatory video research methods in general practice

Each stage stage needs consideration, particularly its preparation and when collecting data

A study exploring the protean responses of nurses transitioning to primary healthcare

Background Healthcare systems are faced with changing community health profiles and ageing...

An exemplar of naturalistic inquiry in general practice research

Background Before beginning any research project, novice researchers must consider which...

An examination of envy and jealousy in nursing academia

Aim To discuss envy and jealousy and how their positive and negative aspects among nurse...

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