Research Methods in Nursing and Midwifery is also available as an ebook.Research Methods in Nursing and Midwifery is a clear introduction to the principles used in research and systematic reviews for evidence-based practice. Beginning with the foundations of the research process, each chapter builds upon knowledge to cover specific research methods, population, sampling, data collection and analysis. This user-friendly text is rich with learning support for nursing and midwifery students, including easy-to-read flowcharts, practical examples and tips, practice exercises and additional resources to expand their knowledge of the research process and methodology and their application to evidence-based practice. The second edition has been substantially restructured and refocused to provide students with new chapters and pedagogy to provide nursing and midwifery students with a clear and accessible guide to all aspects of the research process and the skills to confidently apply research to their professional practice. New to this editionNew chapters:2. Evidence-Based Practice for Nurses and Midwives5. Sampling in Qualitative Research9. Sampling in Quantitative ResearchRefocused chapters on Qualitative Research Design, Quantitative Research Design and Quantitative Data Analysis have been substantially rewritten to be more student-friendlyRestructured table of contents for improved clarity and logical flow
Author: Sansnee Jirojwong
Publication Date: 25 Dec 2014
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
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