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Linking innovative nursing practice to health services research.

Bradham DD, Mangan M, Warrick A, Geiger-Brown J, Reiner JI, Saunders HJ. Linking innovative nursing practice to health services research. The Nursing Clinics of North America. 2000 Jun 1; 35(2):557-68.

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For many nurses, the first step toward becoming a nurse researcher is to obtain help to develop and conduct research that documents outcomes of their novel innovation. These opportunities to engage in health services research often require collaborating with trained researchers who may not have clinical backgrounds. Collaboration generates learning and sharing processes that can be rewarding on many levels. To understand the realities of the collaboration process, this article provides a case study as the authors recount their experiences.

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