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There is more guidance and support now for nurses who want to combine research with practice
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Trust creates new post of clinical professor to help nurses develop research skills
Since nursing became an all-graduate profession, undertaking a master's degree has become an increasingly popular choice, says University of Edinburgh nursing professor Tonks Fawcett.
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In my work as a research nurse for more than four years, I gained experience in a range of tasks and roles.