nsg512 | Graduate
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Selection of Research Design and Methodology
- Critically appraise the feasibility of a study problem and purpose by examining the researcherâs expertise; money commitment; 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.
- Compare and contrast statistical significance and clinical importance of results.
- Distinguish between quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method research approaches.
- Critically appraise data collection, analysis, and interpretation of quantitative and qualitative research methods.
- Assess the following strategies for synthesizing health care research: systematic review, meta-analysis, and metasynthesis.
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