This free 1-hour masterclass focussed on the value of research for patients and community nursing and was open to all community nurses interested in research.

This masterclass is part of a series of events by the QNI’s Community Nursing Research Forum.

At the masterclass, Professor Alison Leary discussed some of the research she has led with the QNI International Community Nursing Observatory (ICNO) and its impact, including key research into the experiences of care home staff during Covid-19. Alison covered how community nurses can contribute or get involved in research: as participants, collaborating in research or being active users of evidence.

About the speaker

Alison Leary is a Professor of Healthcare and Workforce Modelling at London South Bank University and the Director of the International Community Nursing Observatory at the Queens Nursing Institute, where she researches the community nursing workforce, its workloads and impact.

Read the summary here: Masterclass summary – Value of research for patients and community nursing December 2022

Other masterclasses in the series:

17 January 2023 – Critically appraising qualitative research papers with Dr Jenni Burt (recording)

28 February 2023 – Writing for publication: tips from an editor with Professor Catherine Walsh (recording)

16 March 2023 – Introduction to Qualitative data analysis: Reflexive Thematic Analysis with Dr Emma Rowland

20 April 2023 – Planning and navigating research ethical approvals – from beginner to expert with Dr Vicky Thornton and Helen Marshall


Event details

Date and time

14 December 2022


Online via Zoom

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