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Guidance on publishing your research

Guidance on publishing your research

Guidance on publishing your research

Bob Price
Bob Price
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Launch date: 26 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 28 Jul 2020

Reference: 186317

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MOUREEN NZUGUA (28 Jul 2020)
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VIRGINIA MAUNDU (28 Jul 2020)
very informative
INNOCENT KARAMAGE (28 Jul 2020)
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Description

This learning module describes the process of preparing a research article for publication in a nursing journal. It is aimed at nurses who wish to share their research results with other health professionals and is designed to help the researcher who is new to publishing. In writing a research article, the author describes what he or she has learned. This may enable others to replicate or develop the research, or improve their clinical practice. Published research should represent the research clearly and accurately, present the findings or results, and provide reasoned conclusions about what has been discovered.

Objectives

After completing this module you should be able to:
Summarise the essential items that should be planned when preparing a research article for the chosen journal.
Outline important considerations in relation to the ethics of publishing research.
Describe the benefits of reviewing articles from relevant journals and reading the author guidelines.
Outline what should be included in the abstract for an article.
Identify the main elements of research design (paradigm and research methods) that should be covered in your article.
Explain why a clear understanding of the research design can help readers evaluate the claims made about your research.
Describe why it is important to pay particular attention to tables, figures and diagrams during the writing process.
Bob Price

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Bob Price
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Bob Price, Healthcare education and practice development consultant, Surrey, England.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Royal College of Nursing (RCN)
  • 1.00 Hours

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User Reviews (46)

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MOUREEN NZUGUA (28 Jul 2020)
good
VIRGINIA MAUNDU (28 Jul 2020)
very informative
INNOCENT KARAMAGE (28 Jul 2020)
Good
Diana Kachere (28 Jul 2020)
the information was adequate and easy to understand
Ebun Ojedoja (27 Jul 2020)
be careful before answering
Deborah Amos Ishaya (26 Jul 2020)
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Sulola Dorcas (25 Jul 2020)
Its a good course
Chidimma Okwunne (25 Jul 2020)
good
EDITH SITATI (24 Jul 2020)
very educative
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very good
Mr AUWALU IBRAHIM (21 Jul 2020)
Very interesting topic
Nawanku Mirembe Maureen (21 Jul 2020)
interesting
Abdullahi Ibrahim (21 Jul 2020)
Very Good
Agboola Deborah (20 Jul 2020)
Thanks for this timely education
ALBERTA NSEMO (20 Jul 2020)
very educating full of informations. very directional.
EMMANUEL MUSEMBI (20 Jul 2020)
Very good module
HASSAN OTIENO (19 Jul 2020)
good course
Tongshinen Chinke (18 Jul 2020)
very interesting and educative
LIBERATHE MURAGIJEMARIYA (16 Jul 2020)
very good
solomon John (16 Jul 2020)
satisfactory
EMMANUEL EBUNYU (15 Jul 2020)
research is backbone to new evidence
Tobias Tuamlong (14 Jul 2020)
highly educative
LIVINA OKONJI (14 Jul 2020)
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Danladi A. Gambo (13 Jul 2020)
valuable piece
Sabo Machu (13 Jul 2020)
Satisfactory
IDOGHO STELLA (13 Jul 2020)
Very interesting and educative
Vitalis Lando (12 Jul 2020)
Nice course
ENAKERAKPO MILLICENT (11 Jul 2020)
educative
Kopdima Gotodok (9 Jul 2020)
its so wonderful and educative
Mr Ijaida+Joseph Ijabula (9 Jul 2020)
Very Educative
ADELOLA OLOGUNTOYE (7 Jul 2020)
highly informative
Anuoluwapo Obilaja (7 Jul 2020)
this session is tasking and complex
Ruth Omole (7 Jul 2020)
The module is highly informative and educative for the current and future health care services.
GENZA JOSEPH (7 Jul 2020)
very good
MARIE LOUISE NYIRABAVAKURE (6 Jul 2020)
it is difficult
ELVIS UME (5 Jul 2020)
Very informative
ROSALIE MUKAMWIZA (5 Jul 2020)
very good
Karimatu Ya'u (4 Jul 2020)
well educative
Jumbo Cornelius (4 Jul 2020)
This is very helpful and educative.
ANYSIE UWIMANA (4 Jul 2020)
very good
Veronica Babalola (4 Jul 2020)
Educative
SYLVIA NAMIRIMU (3 Jul 2020)
very good
Delali Keteku Ahedor (3 Jul 2020)
It's awesome work.
THEODETTE MUTAMURIZA (2 Jul 2020)
this can contribute great role in our everyday researching
STEPHEN OKUNNUWA (2 Jul 2020)
good
WOKA NKWACHIKWERE (1 Jul 2020)
very good

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