NEWS
11th Feb 2011

Individual determinants of research utilisation by nurses

Individual determinants of research utilisation by nurses

There are few reports of successful research utilisation in nursing interventions. A paper published in January 2011 updates the evidence of a previous systematic review in individual characteristics influencing research utilisation by nurses. This review reinforced previous conclusions, adding that attending conferences/in-services, having a graduate degree in nursing, working in a speciality area and job satisfaction are individual characteristics that are also important to research utilization.

 Individual determinants of research utilisation


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