Takeaways from Episode 18 of The Heart and Soul of Oncology Navigation Podcast: The Heart of a Researcher

AONN+ Blog published on December 22, 2021 in Podcast Takeaways, Research

Have you ever thought about pursuing a research project that could further your navigation career? Is there a situation or issue in your workplace or the community that you would like to solve … if only you had the financial resources? As Linda Burhansstipanov, MSPH, DrPH, and Linda Fleisher, PhD, MPH, discussed in this podcast, research happens at many different levels, and it isn’t necessary to have a PhD or the formal title of “researcher” in order to publish your research or to write grants that secure funding in aid of your practice or your patients.

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