Nursing Research: An Introduction

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SAGE Publications, Feb 4, 2017 - Medical - 448 pages

This book answers all your students' questions on the nursing research process. Restructured to follow their progress from being a novice nurse researcher to an experienced one, it gives them the knowledge to understand evidence-based practice and critical appraisal and to succeed in their own projects. Key features of the book are:

  • Updated practical coverage of key methods such as conducting a survey and a section on the Research Excellence Framework
  • International research examples in action
  • Reflective exercises
  • A companion website including access to journal articles and flashcards.

It is essential reading for nursing undergraduates, postgraduates and all new researchers.

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About the author (2017)

Pam Moule is Professor of Health Services Research and Director of the Centre for Health and Clinical Research at the University of the West of England, Bristol. Pam is engaged in a number of research and evaluation projects across a range of health care environments, supported by a variety of funders. Pam delivers research methods education, supervises undergraduate and masters level dissertations, and supports Doctoral students in the fields of leadership, learning and workforce. Pam has a number of publications in a range of nursing and medical journals and has published four textbooks. Pam is on the editorial board of Nurse Education Today and reviews papers for a number of nursing and health care journals.

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