Research In Clinical Settings

The purpose of the Research in Clinical Settings RIIG is to promote excellence in research in the diverse clinical settings of our members. This RIIG strives to create a network of community researchers to facilitate the sharing of best practices and lessons learned in the conduct of research. These challenging times and research in clinical settings are more important than ever before in generating new knowledge to improve quality outcomes, reduce healthcare delivery costs and disparities, and improve population health. Please join us on this journey.

We offer networking opportunities, peer support, and inspiration to others interested in this area of research in the clinical setting. We encourage all members to participate. We welcome all interested parties to join our RIIG — researchers, clinicians, academicians, and students to our RIIG.

Susan B. Fowler Ph.D. RN CNRN CRRN FAHA FCNS is a Nurse Scientist in the Center for Nursing Research and Advanced Practice Nursing at Orlando Health in Orlando, Florida. She is on the SNRS Board of Directors, directing the awards program. Sue is the board liaison to the Advancing Science and Practice Committee of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses. Additionally, she facilitates the grant processes for the Clinical Nurse Specialist Institute. Dr. Fowler’s focuses on engaging direct care nurses in research investigations and evidence-based practice projects in the clinical setting. Her program of research is varied but has an emphasis on the concept of hope.