Featured publications include work products and evaluations of the Linking to Improve Nursing Knowledge (LINK) program. These showcase the conduct and dissemination of joint research and scholarly activities by LINK faculty and healthcare professionals in partnering health systems as well as the rapid translation of research findings into practice.
Evaluation of the Joint Nurse Scientist Role across Academia and Practice
Carter EJ, Hessels A, Cato KD, Sun CJ, Bevin C, Larson EL. Nurs Outlook. In Press.
Linking to Improve Nursing Care and Knowledge: Evaluation of an Initiative to Provide Research Support to Clinical Nurses
Cato KD, Sun C, Carter EJ, Liu J, Rivera R, Larson E. The Journal of Nursing Administration. 2019;49(1):48-54.
Targeted Interventions to Advance a Culture of Inquiry at a Large, Multicampus Hospital among Nurses
Carter EJ, Rivera RR, Gallagher KA, Cato KD. The Journal of Nursing Administration. 2018;48(1):18-24.
Clarifying the Conundrum: Evidence-Based Practice, Quality Improvement, or Research?: The Clinical Scholarship Continuum
Carter EJ, Mastro K, Vose C, Rivera R, Larson EL. The Journal of Nursing Administration. 2017;47(5):266-270.