Commentary on: Gros-Navés S, Contreras-Higuera W, Canet-Vélez O, Torralbas-Ortega J, Taló M, Roca J. The effect of writing a bachelor thesis on attitudes towards nursing research and development: A cross-sectional comparative study between students and professionals. Nurse Educ Today. 2022 Nov;118:105 532. doi: 10.1016/j.nedt.2022.105532. Epub 2022 Aug 31.
Implications for practice and research:
Promoting research development early in nursing education improves perceptions and use of research findings among practising nurses.
Future research is essential to identify strategies that contribute to developing clinical inquiry skills leading to optimal patient outcomes.
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Researchers repeatedly discovered primary pharmaceutical contaminants, their metabolites, and transformation products in aquatic ecosystems. Body metabolism may not convert consumed pharmaceuticals to their metabolic elements before excretion. In this case, clinical and industrial wastes ensure their presence in the environment. Nevertheless, conventional wastewater treatment methods are ineffective for removing pharmaceutical wastes. Once in the ecosystem, they alter the physiological response of nontarget exposed aquatic and even terrestrial organisms due to induced toxicity.
Research is a logical and systematic search for new and useful information on a particular topic. Research is important both in scientific and nonscientific fields. In our life new problems, events, phenomena and processes occur every day. Practically, implementable solutions and suggestions are required for tackling new problems that arise. Scientists have to undertake research on them and find their causes, solutions, explanations and applications.
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