Q&A with Nurse Educator Nicole Lincoln
Nursing research is vital for improving patient care, advancing the nursing profession, and contributing to the overall effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare systems. It ensures that nursing within the nursing community practice is based on the best available evidence and fosters a culture of continuous learning and improvement. Nicole Lincoln is leading the way to the transformative power of research in enhancing patient care, improving outcomes, and advancing the nursing profession as a whole. Take a look at Tina DaSilva’s interview with Nicole Lincoln about integrating nursing in research.
MA-CEAL continues to serve and engage with historically underserved communities
The Massachusetts Community Engagement Alliance (MA-CEAL) is a National Institutes of Health-funded research initiative that seeks to promote health equity for those hardest-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and increase diversity in research participation to ensure advancements in science serve and benefit the community.
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