Nurses play an increasingly active role in clinical research in IBD. By reviewing existing literature on the topic, this chapter provides a brief overview of some main concepts related to research in nursing. In addition, the chapter provides some general advice in relation to implementing evidence-based practice, as well as carrying out independent research.
KeywordsNursing research Clinical nursing research Evidence-based practice Evidence-based nursing Research Patient involvement
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