26-27 April 2022
Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Teaching Hospital (COOUTH) Amaku Awka, Nigeria
The nursing profession must continue to adapt to the complexities of modern healthcare delivering consistently excellent care. Research is the key, as it is in any professional field, to advance and improve practice. Evidence from research influences and shapes the nursing profession, informs and underpins policy, professional decision-making and nursing actions. But to continue to have evidence-based practice, we need new evidence. Only high-quality nurse-led research can deliver this new knowledge and practice, ultimately transforming care. To keep improving patient and health outcomes care nurses must lead in research. Nurse-led research brings about better understanding of the needs of patients and service users, delivers interventions and innovations that improve practice and we all benefit from this.
Join Global Research Nurses on this two-day free face-to-face workshop for nurses and midwives that aims to promote nursing care quality and outcomes through the development of clinical research skills.
Workshop learning objectives:
- To improve the research knowledge amongst research nurses, including clinical nurse practitioners in Northern Nigeria
- To equip nurses with clinical research skills and hence improve patience care experiences
- To discuss the essential contribution of nurses in research across board, including advancing patient management through active clinical research
- To further build and strengthen the community of clinical research nurses as well as improve visibility of Global Research Nurses (GRN) in Nigeria and Africa
- To expose nurses to tools of research findings dissemination and improve visibility of nurses’ research works