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Thursday, 29 August 2013

Understanding research: A guide for primary health care nurses

Primary health care (phc) nurses see hundreds of patients every year : some frequently, some rarely. In every consultation, phc nurses will be aiming to provide the best possible care, and patients will be expecting it. But how do we determine what is the best possible care? The best possible care must be determined by evidence that has arisen as the result of research, preferably conducted in the primary care setting.

The 10 learning modules in Understanding research: A guide for primary health care nurses are for primary health care nurses who wish to provide the best possible care but who would like to understand more about research. They have also been written for GPNs who want to know how to get involved in research.

This resource is listed on the AML Alliance webpage under 'Orientation and Training'.

This resource is the latest in a series of free training courses for phc nurses which include Nurse Practitioners in Primary Care, Leadership in Action, Teaching & Learning in the Workplace, and the Nursing in General Practice Recruitment and Orientation Resource.

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