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27. Building capacity for cross county collaborations to advance Addictions Nursing Science

27. Building capacity for cross county collaborations to advance Addictions Nursing Science

27. Building capacity for cross county collaborations to advance Addictions Nursing Science

Devon Noonan, PhD, MPH, FNP-BC, CARN; Duke University; North Carolina, USA

Jennifer Jackson, PhD RN; University of Calgary; Canada

Maria Duaso, PhD RN; Kings College London; UK

Learning objectives:
  1. Describe the process for implementing cross county research collaborations in Addiction Nursing.
  2. List two key suggestions for designing and sustaining similar partnerships globally among tobacco nurse researchers that can be applied to other areas of addictions science.
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Abstract:

Problem: There are very few addictions nurse researchers with a focus on tobacco cessation. Nurses are instrumental across the spectrum of tobacco control and nurse scientists have a key role in developing innovations to decrease tobacco use globally. Purpose: The purpose of this presentation is to highlight an international tobacco research collaboration between nurse addictions researchers in the U.S., U.K. and Canada and the development of a cross-county addictions nursing research portfolio. Results and Lessons Learned: We will highlight the infrastructure at Duke University School of Nursing and Kings College London that supported the initial connections and collaborations. We discuss navigating the process of developing an international research agenda, funding program, and publication strategy. We will present our research portfolio as an example for other collaborations. We offer strategies to include student nurse researchers and support early career nurses in tobacco research. Finally, we offer key suggestions for designing and sustaining similar partnerships globally among tobacco nurse researchers that can be applied to other areas of addictions science.

IMPERIAL 6

MEETING ID: 828 2329 0199
PASSWORD: MAPLE22

Comment (1)

  1. Theresa Moore

    I’m excited to see, what I consider to be, a more global collaboration and integration of addictions nursing!

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