Nursing and Healthcare Research at a Glance

 
 
Wiley-Blackwell (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 21. Juni 2016
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  • 224 Seiten
 
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978-1-118-77875-3 (ISBN)
 
Nursing and Healthcare Research at a Glance is perfect for nursing and healthcare students, as well as newly qualified practitioners and anyone looking for a refresher or introduction to research.
Covering a broad range of topics gathered under key sections, this essential book combines informative diagrams and images to provide memorable information for students on one page, and accessible, clearly written text on the facing page. It includes information on a range of quantitative and qualitative research methods, the process of gaining ethical permission, conducting research with special groups including children, and successfully conducting reviews of the literature.
Key features include:
* Clear and informative full colour illustrations throughout
* An emphasis on need-to-know research information for busy students and healthcare staff
* A wide range of research methods, currently used in modern healthcare research
* An impressive line-up of specialist and well-known experts in the field of health and nursing research
This book provides quick access to the principles and reality of research and its implementation within the education and practice environment. It is essential reading for anyone in health service education and service settings with limited time who need to draw on research evidence.
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  • Englisch
  • Hoboken
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  • Großbritannien
John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • 64,47 MB
978-1-118-77875-3 (9781118778753)
1118778758 (1118778758)
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Dr Alan Glasper, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southampton, UK
Colin Rees, Lecturer (retired), School of Health Care Sciences, Cardiff University, U
  • Intro
  • Nursing and Healthcare Research at a Glance
  • Contents
  • Contributors
  • Preface
  • Part 1 What is healthcare research?
  • 1 The research journey
  • 2 Types of review and their purpose
  • 3 Using databases to search the literature
  • 4 Undertaking a Cochrane systematic review
  • 5 Undertaking a Joanna Briggs Institute systematic review
  • 6 Using EndNote
  • 7 Using the PICO framework
  • 8 Using the SPICE framework
  • 9 Using grey literature in the quest for evidence
  • 10 Why does research need evaluating?
  • 11 Key issues in evaluating research
  • 12 Critically reviewing a research paper
  • 13 The hierarchy of evidence
  • 14 Factors influencing research design
  • 15 Patient and public involvement in research
  • 16 Descriptive studies
  • 17 Action research
  • 18 Participatory health research
  • 19 The ethics of healthcare research
  • 20 Preparing a research proposal
  • 21 Developing a patient research information pack
  • 22 Getting the most from supervision
  • 23 Writing a research report
  • 24 Implementation of healthcare research
  • 25 Barriers to research utilisation
  • 26 Designing service evaluations
  • 27 Designing audit tools for measuring compliance
  • Part 2 Quantitative research
  • 28 Quantitative and qualitative research approaches
  • 29 Understanding the randomised controlled trial
  • 30 Quasi-experimental study design
  • 31 Case-control studies
  • 32 Cross-sectional design
  • 33 Survey research methods
  • 34 Factorial survey using vignettes
  • 35 Triangulation in research
  • Part 3 Qualitative research
  • 36 Ethnography
  • 37 Qualitative observational methods
  • 38 Phenomenology
  • 39 Grounded theory
  • 40 Classical grounded theory
  • 41 Case study research
  • 42 Focus group research
  • 43 The Delphi process
  • 44 The nominal group technique
  • 45 The icon metaphor technique
  • 46 Interpretative phenomenological analysis
  • 47 Theory building
  • 48 Qualitative interviewing
  • 49 Thematic analysis
  • 50 Social network analysis
  • 51 Critical discourse analysis
  • 52 Bricolage research methods
  • 53 Narrative inquiry
  • 54 Appreciative inquiry
  • 55 Qualitative data analysis software packages
  • Part 4 Research techniques
  • 56 Questionnaire design
  • 57 Using web-based tools to design a questionnaire
  • 58 Quality of life scales
  • 59 The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory
  • 60 Kelly's repertory grids
  • 61 Critical incident technique
  • Part 5 Conducting research with special groups
  • 62 Conducting research with vulnerable groups
  • 63 Research methods applicable to vulnerable groups
  • 64 Draw and write/tell technique
  • 65 Engaging children and young people in research
  • 66 Photographic elicitation as a means of collecting data
  • 67 Focus groups with children and young people
  • 68 Critical ethnography with children
  • 69 Using pre-test post-test designs with children
  • 70 Conducting research with older adults
  • 71 Conducting surveys with people with learning disabilities
  • 72 Conducting focus groups with people with learning disabilities
  • 73 People with learning disabilities as co-researchers
  • 74 Undertaking research with family carers
  • 75 Obtaining consent from vulnerable groups
  • 76 Living lab approach
  • Part 6 Historical research
  • 77 What is historiography?
  • 78 Source criticism
  • 79 Critiquing historical research
  • 80 Oral tradition
  • Part 7 Educational research
  • 81 Secondary data analysis: analysing documents
  • 82 Traditional annotation and coding
  • 83 Video-View-Point
  • 84 Ethnography and healthcare education
  • 85 Semantic annotation of skills-based sessions
  • 86 Actor network theory
  • Part 8 Appendices
  • 1 Sampling
  • 2 Calculating the required sample size
  • 3 Estimating population means
  • 4 Research data management
  • 5 Types of data
  • 6 Data requirement planning
  • 7 Descriptive statistics
  • 8 Frequency distribution
  • 9 Hypothesis testing and statistical significance
  • 10 Choosing the right test
  • 11 Non-parametric tests
  • 12 Student's t-test
  • 13 Analysis of variance
  • 14 Tabulating data and the chi-squared test
  • 15 Correlation
  • 16 Measuring and interpreting correlation
  • 17 Simple linear regression
  • 18 Meta-analysis
  • 19 Propensity score matching
  • 20 Mokken scaling
  • Index
  • EULA

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