Basic Steps in Planning Nursing Research: From Question to Proposal

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2001 - Medical - 408 pages
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This text explores the theory, rationale, and literature behind nursing research, viewing the research proposal as a problem-solving process and focusing on the beginning phase of research, the research plan. It shows how to write a researchable question, develop a research problem, use and critique
 

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Contents

Strongest Argument Last 50
1
From Question to Problem
21
The Full and Final Research Problem
43
Substantiate What You Say
52
Guidelines for Critique of Published Research
65
The Significance of the Statement of Purpose
80
Terms that Need Definition
96
Selecting the Sample
131
Ethics in Nursing Research
199
Planning for Analysis of Data
217
Inferential Analysis
229
The Answer Is in the Question
237
Writing the Research Proposal
241
Recommended Readings
264
LEVEL II
329
The Relationship Between Physical andor Psychological Abuse and Health Status
343

Sample Size
143
Selecting a Method to Answer the Question
149
Reliability and Validity of Measurement
173
By Colleen M Astle
382
Index
399
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