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Published: 09 Oct 2015
This series of free lectures will showcase examples of leading clinical nursing research that shares the latest evidence to promote quality care and safe practice.
Published: 02 Oct 2015
Present your work as an oral or poster presentation at this one-day conference for PhD/MD students. The organisers are keen to hear about any methodological, ethical or practical issues you are having, at whatever stage you are at in the PhD process. Send in your abstract by 31 October 2015.
Published: 01 Oct 2015
Answer this call for abstracts on using creative research methods with children and young people for oral presentation at a one-day conference in November 2015. Closing date to send in your abstract is 12 October 2015.
Published: 04 Sep 2015
News from the RCN Library Collection, detailing acquisitions, PhDs submitted, print and e-books acquired for August 2015.
Published: 02 Sep 2015
Volunteers are wanted for a qualitative study using the experience of nurses as patients or relatives as informed consumers of health care.
Published: 03 Aug 2015
News from the RCN Library Collection, detailing acquisitions, PhDs submitted, print and e-books acquired for July 2015.
Published: 23 Jul 2015
Two workshops to equip staff with knowledge, understanding and skills in either the key elements involved in conducting a clinical trial of an investigational medicinal product, or to carry out sample handling and processing research studies.
Published: 22 Jul 2015
Apply to attend a morning seminar or an afternoon support session in Manchester on 9 September to get advice from experts. Places are limited.
Published: 29 Jun 2015
This programme aims to build a vibrant community of stroke researchers across the UK and develop the stroke leaders of the future. The call for applications is now open with awards for applicants from Wales or Northern Ireland, or for UK-wide. Applications close on 13 October 2015.
Published: 29 Jun 2015
The winner is nurse consultant Carmel Kelly for her development of an eLearning resource, HIV and pregnancy: Prepared to care. The runner-up is Paula Brogan for her research on exploring the process of shared decision-making in relation to end-of-life issues among patients, their families and health care professionals in a community setting.