Fundamentals of Research Methodology for Health Care Professionals
This text provides conceptual and non-technical descriptions of the methods used by researchers, and integrates the qualitative and quantitative approaches. The steps in the research process are explained and illustrated with examples from practice.
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ORIENTATION TO NURSING RESEARCH
RESEARCH AND THEORY
ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE CONDUCT
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