A Delphi study to determine nursing research priorities in the North Glasgow University Hospitals NHS Trust and the corresponding evidence base.

@article{Kirkwood2003ADS,
  title={A Delphi study to determine nursing research priorities in the North Glasgow University Hospitals NHS Trust and the corresponding evidence base.},
  author={M. Kirkwood and A. Wales and Anne Wilson},
  journal={Health information and libraries journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={20 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          53-8
        }
}
The aims of the study are to identify and prioritize research questions of importance to nurses in North Glasgow University Hospitals NHS Trust and to investigate and describe the existing evidence base for the highest priority questions identified. The consensus method known as the Delphi technique was used. Systematic searching of the literature for each question identified from the research priorities enabled the existing evidence base to be characterized. The following priorities were… Expand

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