Patrick Sims Question
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Woods NF; Magyary DL
Research & Theory for Nursing Practice (RES THEORY NURS PRACT), 2010; 24(1): 9-24. (16p)
Collaboration; Leadership; National Institutes of Health (U.S.); Nursing Practice, Evidence-Based; Research Priorities; United States Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
The heightened demand for benefit from scientific contributions has driven scientific initiatives such as the NIH Roadmap, the recently established Clinical Translational Science Awards, and requests for applications for funding by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Agency for Health Research and Quality (AHRQ) to support studies of translational efforts. Our article focuses on a rapidly developing area- translational research-and the value, if not necessity, of nursing's contributions to interdisciplinary efforts. Our objectives are to: 1. Relate the changing nature of research (and clinical practice) to the need for interdisciplinary efforts in translational research; 2. Delineate the skills necessary for translation of research to clinical and community-based practice; 3. Review nursing'scontributions to national interdisciplinary initiatives; 4. Identify critical areas for nursing leadership in translational research and consequences of our absence from these efforts; and 5. Propose a translational research agenda for nursing.
Core Nursing; Nursing; Peer Reviewed; USA
PMID: 20333909 NLM UID: 101146940
Hi Patrick: The UTEP Library has this journal in print format (not electronic) for the years in question. You can fine the print copy on the 5th floor; call number: RT1.S36.