A key component of the Magnet Recognition Program® is to increase new knowledge through the participation and dissemination of nursing research.1 To conduct a research study requires extensive effort from researchers and leaders in planning, designing, and implementing, as well as effort from respondents. Additionally, expenses associated with research can include, not only the investigator's time, but stakeholder input and human subjects review. Thus, it is imperative that research findings result in meaningful change within the institution conducting the research, in addition to professional dissemination.
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