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Research Applied to
Clinical Practice
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   The Section Editor, Robert C. Knies, Jr., RN MSN CEN successfully presented these articles when he was Clinical Nurse Specialist for Emergency Services at HealthSystem Minnesota, St. Louis Park, MN.  We are fortunate to benefit from his generosity and enthusiasm for Emergency Nursing to share these articles from his excellent background as clinician, researcher, educator, author, administrator, and professional and community activist.

    Bob Knies reminds us that the information presented here is by no means intended to be "set in stone". He recognizes that effectuating changes in practice is difficult and sometimes impeded or impossible, but that information is the key to critical thinking, and that it is critical thinking which sets us apart from other professionals. He shares in and calls attention to ENW's Disclaimer.  Suggestions on further topics are appreciated.


This article is "ENW: Research Applied To Clinical Practice - Meet The Editor!"
from the series:
"Research Applied To Clinical Practice" [http:/ENW.org/Research-*.htm]
which are webarticles from Emergency Nursing World ! [http://ENW.org]
written by Robert C. Knies, Jr., RN MSN CEN [bknies@stevenshealthcare.org]
1998 Robert C. Knies, Jr., RN MSN CEN [bknies@stevenshealthcare.org]
1998 Tom Trimble, RN [Tom@ENW.org] Webmaster (ENW layout and logos)


 
 

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