Learning environment and learning opportunity associated with research utilization for nurses in Japanese hospitals
Tomomi Kameoka, DNSc, Nursing Education, National College of Nursing Japan, Kiyose, Japan; Naomi Funashima, DNSc, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan; Kyoko Yokoyama, DNSc, School of Nursing, Gunma Prefectural College of Health Science, Maebashi, Japan; Yuriko Nomoto, DNSc, School of Nursing, Ehime Prefectural University, Ehime, Japan
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This study clarified the present conditions of the learning environment and the learning opportunity related to research utilization for nurses in Japanese hospitals. The results showed that they are not enough, and these improvement is the future issue.
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Kameoka, Tomomi; Funashima, Naomi; Nomoto, Yuriko; Nakayama, Toshiko (2012-9-12)Purpose: To explore the important factors associated with the research utilization competency of nurses in Japan. Methods: The Self-Evaluation Scale on Research Utilization Competency for Clinical Nurses (SRUC) was used ...
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