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Nurses Are Caretakers, Not Scientists, Right? Wrong
 

Nurses Are Caretakers, Not Scientists, Right? Wrong

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In fact, they've been doing scientific research since the days of Florence Nightingale
 
blogs.scientificamerican.com
 
25 Oct 2016 - General
 
Of course, nurses are not limited to taking care of patients. They have vital roles as the link between doctors and patients and ensuring that appropriate medications and fluids are given to the patient. Every field in the healthcare profession should participate in research. We preach evidence-based medicine so everybody must take part in determining if the current standards are adequate or needs improvement. This can only be determined through research by clinical trials. With more active part...
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