nrp513 | Graduate
Clinical Applications Of Theory And Research
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Relationship of Nursing Science to the Profession of Nursing
- Critically appraise the feasibility of a research problem and its clinical significance by examining the researcherâs education, experience, and expertise, while also assessing any financial implications, the number and availability of subjects, facilities, and equipment, and the studyâs ethical considerations.
- Evaluate the specific types of probability and nonprobability sample methods used in quantitative and qualitative studies.
- Analyze the types of reliability and validity of measurement methods reported in research studies.
- Examine the importance of statistical significance and the influence the results have on clinical application.
- Analyze the terms conceptual model, theory, and metaparadigm.
- Evaluate the role of theory in advanced nursing practice.
- Analyze key beliefs, characteristics, strengths, and weaknesses of various nursing theories and discuss their application in practice.
- Distinguish and critically appraise between quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method research approaches.
- Assess the following strategies for synthesizing health care research: systematic review, meta-analysis, and metasynthesis.
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