Communicating practice scholarship through oral presentation
Contribution to a Book
Research for Advanced Practice Nurses, Fourth Edition: From Evidence to Practice
Communicating research through oral presentations in the 21st century may look different from what you have experienced in the past. The rapid surge of technology keeps us on a constant learning curve as to best practices for delivering content and engaging audiences, whether in a classroom, conference, or workplace setting. Knowledge translation of research findings is a key step in reducing the research-practice gap. Clearly and concisely communicating information about a completed study or a study in progress is vital to the growth of the profession’s body of evidence. As the profession continues to increase the numbers of doctorally prepared nurses, it will be imperative for advanced practice registered nurses to disseminate research findings to transform patient care. The growing availability of technology such as webcasting, broadcasting, and podcasting has led to the expedited dissemination of information, thereby reaching a larger and varied audience quickly.
Advanced practice registered nurses, Communicating research, Oral presentations, Patient care, Research-practice gap, Technology
Lisa A. Rauch. "Communicating practice scholarship through oral presentation" Research for Advanced Practice Nurses, Fourth Edition: From Evidence to Practice (2021): 383-398. https://doi.org/10.1891/9780826151339.0020