Swiss Research Agenda for Nursing (SRAN): Die Entwicklung einer Agenda für die klinische Pflegeforschung in der Schweiz [Swiss Research Agenda for Nursing (SRAN): the development of an agenda for clinical nursing research in Switzerland].

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serval:BIB_6AD2F46FAA4D
Type
Article: article from journal or magazin.
Collection
Publications
Title
Swiss Research Agenda for Nursing (SRAN): Die Entwicklung einer Agenda für die klinische Pflegeforschung in der Schweiz [Swiss Research Agenda for Nursing (SRAN): the development of an agenda for clinical nursing research in Switzerland].
Journal
Pflege
Author(s)
Imhof L., Abderhalden C., Cignacco E., Eicher M., Mahrer-Imhof R., Schubert M., Shaha M.
ISSN
1012-5302 (Print)
ISSN-L
1012-5302
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2008
Volume
21
Number
6
Pages
375-384
Language
german
Notes
Publication types: English Abstract ; Journal ArticlePublication Status: ppublish
Abstract
In many Anglo-Saxon and North European countries nursing research agendas have been developed to address priorities in nursing research in accordance with a nationally defined health policy. In Switzerland, due to lack of a nationwide governmental health policy, co-ordination of nursing research so far was scarce. The "Swiss Research Agenda for Nursing (SRAN)" project developed an agenda for clinical nursing research between 2005 and 2007. Based on literature reviews, expert panels and a national survey a project team formulated an agenda which passed a consensus conference. The agenda recommends aspects that should lead research and defines seven research priorities for nursing in Switzerland for the time between 2007 and 2017. Nursing research should prioritize to investigate 1) the effectiveness of nursing interventions; 2) the influences of service adaptations in a changing health care system; 3) the phenomena in patients requiring nursing care; 4) the influence of the work environment on the quality of nursing care; 5) the functioning of family and social systems; 6) varieties of life circumstances and their integration; and 7) the implementation of ethical principles in nursing. Written in German and French, the Swiss Research Agenda for Nursing for the first time formulates priorities for nursing research in Switzerland and can be used for strategic discussions. As a next step, the development of an action plan to enhance nursing research will take place in Switzerland.
Keywords
Clinical Nursing Research/organization & administration, Clinical Nursing Research/trends, Delivery of Health Care/trends, Health Policy, Health Surveys, Humans, Switzerland
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Web of science
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