RCN 2006 annual international nursing research conference
21 - 24 March 2006, York Racecourse, York, England, UK
This is the archive web site for the 2006 conference in York, England.
The conference programme (pdf file, 2.8mb) is available.
The online abstract system can still be accessed by authors for reference purposes.
For those people who could not attend the conference, or want to view the keynote speeches again, the following are available:
“Identifying and prioritising patients’ and clinicians’ questions about the effects of treatments”, Sir Iain Chalmers, Editor, James Lind Library, The James Lind Initiative, Oxford, UK.
The presentation is now available: http://rcnweb1:81/events/RCN%20Research2006/ian%20chalmers_files/Default.htm
“Challenges for future nursing research providing evidence for health care practise”, Professor Ingalill-Rahm Hallberg, Deputy Dean, The Medical Faculty, Department of Health Sciences, Lund University, Lund, Sweden.
The presentation is now available: http://rcnweb1:81/events/RCN%20Research2006/Ingalill%20Raham%20Hallberg_files/Default.htm
“Benchmarking research excellence: A comparative analysis of nursing and other disciplines", Professor Veronica James, Professor of Nursing Studies, School of Nursing, Nottingham University, Nottingham, UK and Professor Dame Jill Macleod Clark, Head of School and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK.
The presentation is now available: http://rcnweb1:81/events/RCN%20Research2006/veronica%20james%20&%20jill%20McLeod%20clark_files/Default.htm
“Nursing research: Odds-on favourite or dodgy bet?”, Professor Nicky Cullum, Professor, University of York, York, England, UK.
The presentation is now available: http://rcnweb1:81/events/RCN%20Research2006/nicky%20cullum_files/Default.htm
Further general information about the RCN Research Society international annual nursing research conference can be received through Kathryn Clark, Conference and Events Manager, RCN Events. Please e-mail: email@example.com, or Tel: 020-7647 3585.