The building of nursing research capacity is important, as it improves the quality of nurse education, the talent of nurses and the standard of patient care. A local critical care nursing research strategy was developed using a tripartite model applied to practice. This was a collaborative approach to critical care research as a model to direct, deliver, facilitate and support nursing research in practice through planned and protected investment in nursing research time. The tripartite model was evaluated and recommendations made with the aim of sharing findings so that other nurses can utilize these experiences to set up similar secondment opportunities for the promotion of nursing research.
|British Journal of Nursing
|Published - Oct 2007