Community Nursing Research

The Community Nursing Research Strategy for Wales was developed in 2013.

Its purpose is to develop the research to underpin evidence-based practice in the community. It described how this can been achieved in Wales through partnership with education, research, government and health services.

The strategy has its four implementation strands:

  1. Virtual network
  2. Research portfolio
  3. Application to practice
  4. Leadership

Key publication:

Kenkre J, Wallace C, Davies R, Bale S, Thomas S. Developing and Implementing the Community Nursing Research Strategy for Wales. British Journal of Community Nursing, Vol. 18, Iss. 11, 01 Nov 2013, pp 561 - 566

Key contacts:

  • Professor Joyce Kenkre
    PRIME Centre Wales Associate Director & Professor of Primary Care, University of South Wales
  • Dr Carolyn Wallace
    PRIME Centre Wales Clinical Research Fellow & Reader in Integrated Healthcare and Frailty, University of South Wales

Research Strategy for Wales 2013