A Canadian Council of Nurse Researchers

Margaret C. Cahoon


At the post-conference meeting of the Colloquium on Nursing Research in Montreal on March 30, 1973, it was suggested that the third conference be planned for 1974 rather than 1975. At this point the question was raised as to whether there would be enough studies underway within a year to warrant this. The Planning Committee for The Third National Conference on Research in Nursing has found over eighty projects, in which nurses are project directors, principal investigators or co-investigators, ranging from those being planned to those recently completed.
Assuming that there are often gaps between projects, there must be well over one hundred Canadian nurses involved in research. A few Canadian nurses have demonstrated involvement in more than one investigation in this period yet most carry heavy teaching or service responsibilities, and very few are able to devote full-time to research.

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