Evidence-Based Practice for Nurses, Appraisal and Application of Research
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Using Evidence through Collaboration to Promote Excellence in Nursing
Practice Chapter 3 Identifying Research Questions
Finding Sources of Evidence
Using Numbersto ProvideEvidence Chapter 7 Qualitative Designs Using Words to Provide Evidence Chapter 8 Collecting Evidence Chapter 9 Usin...
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