Nursing research : methods, critical appraisal, and utilization /
[edited by] Geri LoBiondo-Wood, Judith Haber.
4th ed.
St. Louis : Mosby, c1998.
xxiv, 597 p. : ill.
0815123906 (softcover), 9780815123903 (softcover)
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St. Louis : Mosby, c1998.
0815123906 (softcover)
9780815123903 (softcover)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Doody's Reviews, January 1998
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Table of Contents
Research Overview middot
Research Vignette middot
Role of Research in Nursing middot
Critical Reading Strategies: Overview of the Research Process middot
Research Problems and Hypotheses middot
Literature Review middot
Theoretical Framework middot
Processes Related to Qualitative Research Middot
Research Vignette middot
Introduction to Qualitative Research middot
Qualitative Approaches to Research middot
Evaluating Qualitative Research middot
Processes Related to Quantitative Research Middot
Research Vignette middot
Introduction to Quantitative Research middot
Experimental and Quasiexperimental Designs middot
Nonexperimental Designs middot
Sampling middot
Legal and Ethical Issues middot
Data Collection Methods middot
Reliability and Validity middot
Descriptive Data Analysis middot
Inferential Data Analysis middot
Analysis of Findings middot
Evaluating Quantitative Research middot
Application of Research: Evidence-Based Practice Middot
Research Vignette middot
Use of Research in Practice middot
Appendices middot
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