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Published: 23 Mar 2015
Present your mixed methods studies of patient and stakeholder engagement and patient-centered clinical effectiveness research. Send in your abstract by 15 April 2015.
Published: 13 Mar 2015
Abstracts should demonstrate outstanding nursing and midwifery leadership to the profession and to citizens of the Commonwealth in any setting where nurses and midwives are providing care in the areas of clinical practice, management, education or research. Send in your abstract by 31 May 2015.
Published: 09 Mar 2015
Present your research on any aspect of nursing history at this one-day event in July 2015. Send in an abstract by 20 March 2015.
Published: 06 Mar 2015
News from the RCN Library Collection, detailing acquisitions, PhDs submitted, print and e-books acquired for February 2015.
Published: 04 Mar 2015
Present your research as an oral or poster presentation, symposium or special event structured at this three-day conference held by British Sociological Assocation. Or send in an abstract related to sociological theory, social policy, works in progress or even just a new idea. Closing date is 24 April 2015.
Published: 03 Feb 2015
King's College London National Nursing Research Unit Policy+ is a publication which aims to deliver brief overviews of evidence related to current policies affecting the nursing workforce in England, the wider United Kingdom and the rest of the world. Issue 44 is on "Partnership working in delivering student nurse mentorship: facilitators and constraints".
Published: 08 Jan 2015
Attend this 2-day event in October 2015 to find out about the latest thinking in applied clinical health services research. The conference is jointly convened by the University of Exeter Medical School, UK and Lund University, Sweden. Last booking date is 14 September 2015.
Published: 24 Sep 2014
Over the next 12 months, 45 nurses leading services innovations will learn how to undertake an economic assessment and publish a case study demonstrating the value of their service. Applications from the south east and south west regions are now invited.