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Mental health nursing research unit offers nurses chance to develop skills and knowledge

New dedicated unit can support nurses in becoming more active in clinical research

New dedicated unit can support nurses in becoming more active in clinical research

Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust’s new initiative aims to support mental health nurses to become more actively involved in clinical research.

In collaboration with colleagues at the University of Manchester, we have established a dedicated mental health nursing research unit, and this unit plans to conduct research relevant to mental health nursing practice.

Support in developing additional research skills and knowledge

It also seeks to support nurses working in the trust who wish to develop additional research skills and knowledge, as well as helping them to engage critically with research relevant to their clinical practice.

The trust already has a

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