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Integrating nurse researchers in clinical practice - a challenging, but necessary task for nurse leaders

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title = "Integrating nurse researchers in clinical practice - a challenging, but necessary task for nurse leaders",
abstract = "AIM: To create awareness among nurse leaders, of what they may need to consider, when integrating nurse researchers as advanced nurse practitioners (ANP) at PhD-level among their staff.BACKGROUND: In a time of transition nurse leaders may be challenged by the change towards evidence-based clinical nursing, including integrating nurse researchers in ANP positions.METHODS: A collective case study including three ANPs took place at a large regional hospital in Denmark. The cases were first analysed by focusing on the generic features, functions and skills of ANPs, and second by focusing on the approaches to evidence-based practice seen in the cases.RESULTS: Regardless of same position, formal level of research expertise and overall responsibility, different approaches related to each ANPs professional profile, interest, academic ambitions and personality were seen.CONCLUSION: Nurse leaders must ensure a process where the content and expectations of the particular role are mutually clarified and adjusted to the individual ANP and to the specific context, in order to create a harmonious match.IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING MANAGEMENT: In order to clarify expectations regarding the inclusion of nurse researchers as ANPs at PhD level, the paper provides firm recommendations that may guide the process.",
author = "Bibi H{\o}lge-Hazelton and Mette Kjerholt and Berthelsen, {Connie B{\o}ttcher} and Thomsen, {Thora Grothe}",
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year = "2015",
month = dec,
day = "15",
doi = "10.1111/jonm.12345",
language = "English",
journal = "Journal of Nursing Management",
issn = "0966-0429",
publisher = "Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd",

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T1 - Integrating nurse researchers in clinical practice - a challenging, but necessary task for nurse leaders

AU - Hølge-Hazelton, Bibi

AU - Kjerholt, Mette

AU - Berthelsen, Connie Bøttcher

AU - Thomsen, Thora Grothe

N1 - © 2015 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

PY - 2015/12/15

Y1 - 2015/12/15

N2 - AIM: To create awareness among nurse leaders, of what they may need to consider, when integrating nurse researchers as advanced nurse practitioners (ANP) at PhD-level among their staff.BACKGROUND: In a time of transition nurse leaders may be challenged by the change towards evidence-based clinical nursing, including integrating nurse researchers in ANP positions.METHODS: A collective case study including three ANPs took place at a large regional hospital in Denmark. The cases were first analysed by focusing on the generic features, functions and skills of ANPs, and second by focusing on the approaches to evidence-based practice seen in the cases.RESULTS: Regardless of same position, formal level of research expertise and overall responsibility, different approaches related to each ANPs professional profile, interest, academic ambitions and personality were seen.CONCLUSION: Nurse leaders must ensure a process where the content and expectations of the particular role are mutually clarified and adjusted to the individual ANP and to the specific context, in order to create a harmonious match.IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING MANAGEMENT: In order to clarify expectations regarding the inclusion of nurse researchers as ANPs at PhD level, the paper provides firm recommendations that may guide the process.

AB - AIM: To create awareness among nurse leaders, of what they may need to consider, when integrating nurse researchers as advanced nurse practitioners (ANP) at PhD-level among their staff.BACKGROUND: In a time of transition nurse leaders may be challenged by the change towards evidence-based clinical nursing, including integrating nurse researchers in ANP positions.METHODS: A collective case study including three ANPs took place at a large regional hospital in Denmark. The cases were first analysed by focusing on the generic features, functions and skills of ANPs, and second by focusing on the approaches to evidence-based practice seen in the cases.RESULTS: Regardless of same position, formal level of research expertise and overall responsibility, different approaches related to each ANPs professional profile, interest, academic ambitions and personality were seen.CONCLUSION: Nurse leaders must ensure a process where the content and expectations of the particular role are mutually clarified and adjusted to the individual ANP and to the specific context, in order to create a harmonious match.IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING MANAGEMENT: In order to clarify expectations regarding the inclusion of nurse researchers as ANPs at PhD level, the paper provides firm recommendations that may guide the process.

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