The growing amount of nursing research in healthcare organizations across the country compels nurse leaders to ask the question: What is my role in nursing research? This article is intended to illuminate answers to that question for nurse managers, directors, chief nursing officers (CNOs), and others. A model will be described that illustrates the continuum of roles related to nursing research and considerations for nurse leaders based on the organization's strategic direction for nursing.
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