Nursing and Midwifery Research: methods and appraisal for evidence-based practice 5th edition has been fully revised and updated to include the latest developments in Australian and New Zealand nursing and midwifery practice.
It is an essential guide to developing research skills, critically appraising research literature and applying research outcomes to practice.
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SECTION 1 - Research Awareness
Chapter 1 - The significance of nursing and midwifery research and evidence based practice Chapter 2 - An overview of research theory and process Chapter 3 - Ethical and legal issues in research Chapter 4 - Searching and reviewing the research literature Chapter 5 - Identifying research ideas, questions, statements and hypotheses
SECTION 2 - Appreciation and Consumerism Chapter 6 - Common qualitative methods Chapter 7 - Sampling data and data collection in qualitative research Chapter 8 - Analysing data in qualitative research Chapter 9 - Common quantitative methods Chapter 10 - Sampling data in quantitative research Chapter 11 - Quantitative data collection and study validity Chapter 12 - Assessing measuring instruments Chapter 13 - Analysing data in quantitative research Chapter 14 - Mixed methods research Chapter 15 - Indigenous approaches to research Chapter 16 - Critically reviewing research studies Chapter 17 - Applying research knowledge: evidence-based practice development and knowledge translation SECTION 3 - Conducting Primary Research
Chapter 18 - Writing proposals and grant applications Chapter 19 - Managing a research project Chapter 20 - Writing and presenting research findings for dissemination Chapter 21 - A research project journey: from conception to completion