AbstractNursing science includes the management of contemporary critical thinking for the appropriation of innovations in technology. This aspect is intrinsic to the training of the nurse and leads us to the binomials teaching-learning, creativity-intuition and theory-practice. Nursing, from its origin, has its conceptual frameworks with the complexities of reality. The expanded perspective of such complexity and systemic chaos calls for a new identity of nurses as producers of knowledge, revolutionizing and materializing their role in society. To do so, democratizing knowledge about research methodology, demystifying it as an exclusive practice of few, would result in awakening the passion for research. With whom? The new generation of undergraduates must realize that in today's world of internationalization of university education, opportunities exist, but only those who are ready to take them can reach professional achievements.
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