Research Nurse

“A research nurse is a nurse who participates in clinical studies, with a degree of participation ranging from coordinating and administering studies on behalf of their designers to organizing and running studies independently. Research nurses typically have a master’s or doctoral degree in nursing, with some nursing schools specifically offering research nursing as a specialty, along with years of experiencing in the nursing community. At a minimum, a research nurse is a registered nurse (RN) with at least a year of experience as a nurse”


One response to “Research Nurse

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