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RCN 2017 research conference

5-7 April 2017, Oxford, England, UK

The RCN is committed to growing the nursing knowledge base by proactively collecting, storing and preserving physical and digital content. With this in mind, we ask all presenters at the RCN annual international nursing research conference if they are willing to have their presentations uploaded onto the conference repository website. Below you can access a PDF of these presentations, as well as videos of the keynote presentations.

Evidence-based policy? Really?

Trish Greenhalgh

Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford

Jane Ball

Principal Research Fellow, University of Southampton

The research-policy interface: 'safe-staffing' as an example

Influencing policy through nursing research in primary and community care

Sally Kendall

Professor of Community Nursing and Public Health, University of Kent

Question Time: Focussing on influencing

Chair: Jane Hughes, Royal College of Nursing

Panel members: Lara Carmona, Royal College of Nursing; Jane Ball, University of Southampton; Sally Kendall, University of Kent; Abigail Masterson, Independent consultant