Building a research conscious workforce.

Abstract:

:With the aim of building a research conscious workforce, the former Northern and Yorkshire Research and Development office explored the nature and purpose of research and development (R&D) support for NHS staff. Part of the study used a questionnaire to seek healthcare professionals' R&D education and training needs. Some findings were unexpected, such as the significant differences between professional groups' needs and preferences. Recommendations, therefore, include local, flexible R&D education and training programmes.

journal_name

J Health Organ Manag

authors

Hurst K

doi

10.1108/14777260310505147

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Has Abstract

pub_date

2003-01-01 00:00:00

pages

373-84

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5

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1477-7266

issn

1758-7247

journal_volume

17

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