Nursing research is a crucial part of the educational process since it has a significant impact on both present and future professional nursing practise. In this article, two undergraduate nursing students who had the chance to work as team members on a project supported by the National Institute of Nursing Research share their learning experiences. The application procedure, the many tasks and learning opportunities undertaken by the students, as well as the advantages and results of the experience are detailed. By discussing their educational experiences, the authors wish to encourage more students to take use of the techniques discussed in this article. Nursing research is essential to the nursing profession and is required for ongoing developments that support the provision of the best possible nursing care.
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Relationship between nursing practice and education and research
Nurses can improve patient care and identify best practices with the use of research. Online RN to BSN programs teach nurses how to locate, interpret, evaluate, and apply nursing research. It is essential that nurses with a BSN degree understand the value of research because new knowledge is constantly being discovered.
The study’s primary investigator (M.S.T.) visited the junior baccalaureate class (class of 2007) at the Medical College of Georgia to start the learning process. Due to their academic level, this particular student group was chosen because they would have the opportunity to fully benefit from studying directly from a nurse researcher for one whole year before graduation. The principle investigator gave a brief overview of the area of nursing research, its developments, and the vital contribution nursing research makes to clinical practice.
Benefits and Outcomes
Nursing community, and eventually patients and families will be affected by nursing research in the following ways: enhances nursing actions, activities, or methods to improve professional practice. Focuses on contemporary concerns, such as COVID-19. Decreases hospital expenses and duration of stay while improving patient outcomes.
Outcome: Measurable behavior displayed by the patient responsive to nursing interventions” is what constitutes an outcome. Prior to the planning of nursing interventions, outcomes should be determined. After putting nursing interventions into practice, the nurse will evaluate if the results were obtained within the time frame designated for that patient.
Nursing Education and Practice to be transformed by Transcultural Nursing Research
Along with selected transcultural nursing research findings, mostly from the notion of culture care employing the ethnonursing research technique, several key trends, philosophical viewpoints, and theoretical perspectives are provided. Since the introduction of transcultural nursing in the 1950s, a sizable body of knowledge with regard to health or well-being outcomes has emerged. In order to satisfy health requirements in a multicultural society, the author argues that transcultural nursing understanding of Western and non-Western cultures is vitally needed. To enhance transcultural nursing research, education, and practice, some misconceptions and reflections are provided. Some foundational readings are suggested for “newcomers” to transcultural nursing.
Educating nurses in the future
The education of nurses both before and after they get their licenses will need to undergo similarly significant modifications as a result of significant changes in the U.S. healthcare system and practice environments. The committee outlined a vision for healthcare in Chapter 1 that hinges on changing the duties and obligations of nurses. If this vision is to become a reality, the fundamental change in nursing education that must take place is described in this chapter. The core objectives of nursing education remain the same: nurses must be ready to meet the requirements of a variety of patients, act as leaders, advance patient-beneficial science, and increase the ability of other health professionals to provide safe, high-quality patient care. To equip nursing graduates to work successfully and collaboratively with other health professionals in a complex and changing healthcare system in a range of contexts, nursing education must be modified in a number of ways (see Chapter 3). For instance, entry-level nurses must be able to seamlessly go from their academic training to a variety of clinical areas, with a focus on community and public health settings. Additionally, advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) need graduate schools that can prepare them for their positions in specialty practices as well as primary care, acute care, long-term care, and other settings.
Universities of Nursing Education And Research
- University of Illinois at Chicago
- University of Pennsylvania
- University of California-Los Angeles
- University of Alabama
- Case Western Reserve University
- Columbia School of Nursing
- University of Michigan School of Nursing
- University of Maryland
- New York University
- University of Miami
National Nursing Research Associations
- Eastern Nursing Research Society
- Midwest Nursing Research Society
- Southern Nursing Research Society
- National Institute of Nursing Research
- International Association of Clinical Research Nurses
- Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science
- Association of Clinical Research Professionals
- Society of Clinical Research Associates
List of Nursing Education and Research Organizations
- Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses
- Academy of Neonatal Nursing
- ACNP- American College of Nurse Practitioners
- Advanced Practice Nurses of the Ozarks
- Advanced Practice Nurses of the Permian Basin
- Advanced Practitioners for the River Region
- Air & Surface Transport Nurses Association
- Alliance for Psychosocial Nursing
- Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
- Alzheimer’s Association