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Incivility at work and its impact on your morale as well as patient safety

Anger and bad feeling are a threat to nurses’ well-being and must not be tolerated

How my CAR-T therapy research seeks to improve cancer care and empower nurses

Study was started during the pandemic and seeks to find out more about this cancer treatment

Racist abuse in the NHS: ignoring patients’ prejudice doesn’t make it go away

Managers expect staff to put up with insults, and when we don’t we’re called confrontational

Mobile phones sharing information

Top tips for using social media in nursing research

Advice on promoting your and others’ work and building a trusted online community

When and how to use silence

Silence and the narrative research interview

Philip John Archard and Michelle O’Reilly examine non-verbal data

Students sharing research

Methodological issues and methods in doctoral studies: tips and advice for success

Advice on a good basis for sound nurse research

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Bias is key to stopping institutional and structural racism in healthcare and research

Institutional racism not only damages our health, it can kill, and it does

Mental health nursing research unit offers nurses chance to develop skills and knowledge

New dedicated unit can support nurses in becoming more active in clinical research

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Giving voice to adults with intellectual disabilities

Reflecting on the role of a narrative psychosocial approach

Illustration of people working within a house, with COVID-19 molecules outside. Picture: iStock

Research in a time of crisis: keeping my PhD on track

After a candidature hit by climate disaster and COVID-19, a nurse academic shares her journey

Coping with the death of a colleague: advice and support for nurses

How to deal with bereavement at work and where to go for support

Embracing technology

Digital technology: why nurses need to be at the centre of new developments

Nurse researchers must contribute to the meaningful design and implementation of innovations

Be more Florence: why the voices of nurse and midwifery researchers must be heard

Nurses and midwives should unite to progress nursing and midwifery research agendas
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Improving the health and well-being of unpaid carers – initiatives with impact

How Commitment to Carers award nominees have shared their work and inspired others

After the hard work of research, make sure your findings reach the people you need

Failing to properly disseminate your research could be a big mistake, explains Liz Halcomb

Conducting research into end of life care

What to consider when undertaking research with vulnerable participants

Collecting data in research

How careful planning can ensure fewer problems are encountered in data collection

Finding the right approach to theoretical frameworks in qualitative research

An introduction to five Nurse Researcher articles on the use of theoretical frameworks

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