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Reflections on the future of nursing research

      Over the past year, the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) engaged the nursing community in a comprehensive manner as part of its strategic planning process (

      National Institutes of Health. (2021). Ending structural racism: Unite. Bethesda, MD: National Institutes of Health.

      ). The process involved convening a working group comprised of over 20 researchers from diverse areas of science, geography, and institutions, as well as public presentations and discussions at the National Advisory Council for Nursing Research. NINR solicited, received, and considered public comments received by email and meetings with groups and individuals. The work to date consists of the NINR strategic framework guiding principles and research “lenses” that will guide the training and research initiatives NINR will support.
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