CLINICAL NURSING Research Group arises from a previous joint working between a group of academic researchers and applied professionals. During this time, new topics of interest have emerged in the field of nursing. And it has been argued the need for coordination between researchers, teachers, and clinical nurses. Also, the aims of this group are directed to the international cooperative/collaborative research network.
According to these arguments, new research lines have been formulated in order to facilitate and enhance our future development and productivity.
The lines of this research group will contribute to the development of knowledge, technological innovation or solving theoretical and practical problems crucial for nursing. Also, future projects will be addressed from a plural theoretical and methodological approach, and progressively they will tend toward advancing in interdisciplinary contexts.
Research project: QUALMENT (Quality Mentorship for Developing Competent Nursing Students). Funded by the European Commission (Erasmus +). September 2018-December 2020. Website: http://qualment.be Twitter:@QualMentProject
The main objective of QualMent is to know in depth the current situation of mentoring/clinical tutoring of nursing students in Europe, for later design a catalogue of good practices in clinical tutoring that includes the common competences and cultural diversity of our learning environments within the framework of the European Higher Education Area.
Research project: SLIPPS (Sharing LearnIng from Practice to improve Patient Safety). Funded by the European Commission (Erasmus +). September 2016-September 2019. Website: https://www.slipps.eu Twitter:@slipps_eu
The Shared LearnIng from Practice to improve Patient Safety (SLIPPS) Multidisciplinary European Patient Safety project proposal was planned in response to the challenge to improve European patient safety education and practice.