Nursing Research [Spanish]
Methods, Critical Appraisal and Utilisation
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|Format: ||Paperback, 408 pages, 2nd Revised edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations|
|Published In: ||Australia, 20 February 2004|
The second edition of this highly popular text provides students of nursing research with a fully comprehensive introduction to nursing research process and methods, and evidence-based nursing, and provides the tools needed to become a consumer of nursing research. Nursing Research Methods, Critical Appraisal and Utilisation, 2nd edition, examines the role of research in nursing practice, and introduces students to the process and methods used to conduct nursing research and how to use nursing research in clinical practice.
Table of Contents
Section 1 Research and Practice 1 Research and professional practice (Doug Elliott) 2 Approaches to research (Doug Elliott) 3 Searching literature sources (Doug Elliott) 4 Strategies for conducting a critical review (Zevia Schneider) 5 Reading review papers (Doug Elliott) 6 Evidence-based nursing (Gavin Leslie, Edith Cowan University/Royal Perth Hospital & Judith Finn, University of Western Australia/Royal Perth Hospital) 7 Getting research into practice (Sancha Aranda, Peter Maccallum Cancer Institute & Annabel Pollard, Peter Maccallum Cancer Institute) 8 Developing a research proposal (Zevia Schneider) Section 2 Qualitative Research Methods 9 Approaches in qualitative research (John Daly, University of Western Sydney; Debra Jackson, University of Western Sydney & Esther Chang, University of Western Sydney) 10 Historical methods (Judith Godden, University of Sydney & Sue Forsyth, University of Sydney) 11 Grounded theory (Merilyn Annells, La Trobe University) 12 Ethnography (Grace Tham, formerly RMIT University) 13 Phenomenology (Louise O'Brien, University of Western Sydney) 14 Feminist and critical approaches (Debra Jackson, University of Western Sydney; Judith Clare, Flinders University & Judy Mannix, University of Western Sydney) 15 Action research (Annette Street, La Trobe University) 16 Collaborative evaluation research (Tina Koch, RDNS) Section 3 Quantitative Research Methods 17 Approaches in quantitative research (Zevia Schneider) 18 Quantitative data collection (Doug Elliott) 19 Observational designs and methods (Doug Elliott & Lillian Hayes, University of Sydney) 20 Interventional designs and methods (Doug Elliott) 21 Assessing instrument psychometrics (Doug Elliott) 22 Descriptive data analysis (Zevia Schneider) 23 Inferential data analysis (Zevia Schneider) References Appendices . Appendix A: Women recovering from first-time myocardial infarction (MI): a feminist qualitative study (Jackson, D; Daly, J; Davidson, T; Elliott, D; Cameron-Traub, E; Wade, V; Salomonson, Y & Chin, C) . Appendix B: Enabling care: working through obscurity and uncertainty, a basic social process used in selected acute care settings (O'Connell, B) . Appendix C: Health status, perceptions of coping and social support immediately after discharge of survivors of acute myocardial infarction (Daly, J; Elliott, D; Cameron-Traub, E; Salamonson, Y; Davidson, P; Jackson, D; Chin, C & Wade, V) . Appendix D: Randomised controlled trial of midwife-led debriefing to reduce maternal depression after operative birth (Small, R; Lumley, J; Donohue, L; Potter, A & Waldenstrom, U) Glossary Index
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