ERIC Number: ED272226
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981
Reference Count: 0
Creating Research Environments in the 1980's. Midwest Nursing Research Conference (5th, Madison, Wisconsin, April 13-14, 1981).
Minckley, Barbara B., Ed.; Funk, Sandra N., Ed.
Prepared to stimulate and advance nursing research in postsecondary education, the papers included in these proceedings offer a variety of perspectives on the outlook for nursing research in the 1980s. The following papers are presented: (1) "Creating Research Environments for the 1980s," by Geraldene Felton; (2) "Creating an Environment for Successful Grant Applications," by Pauline Komnenich, which discusses resources within the National Institutes of Health; (3) "The Dean's Role in Creating a Research Environment," by Valencia N. Prock, which focuses on areas crucial to planning and implementing productive research at a school of nursing; (4) "Creating a Research Environment: A Faculty Member's Perspective," by Mara M. Baun, which details how a university school of nursing can involve its faculty in creative and scholarly activities; (5) "Establishing Clinical Research Programs in the 1980s," by Sydney D. Krampitz, which describes how to establish and nurture a research environment in a clinical setting; and (6) "Today's Nursing Research Issues, Problem Areas, and Experiences in a Clinical Environment," by Helen Jameson, which explains the need for special planning related to the development of clinical research. (RO)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek, MI.
Authoring Institution: Midwest Alliance in Nursing, Inc., Indianapolis, IN.