Research Exam 1: Chapter 1
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What is the systematic inquiry using disciplined methods to solve problems or answer questions?
What is systematic inquiry to develop knowledge about issues of importance to the nursing profession?
What method is the best source of evidence?
Repeated examination (replication)
What should there be the greatest stress on when it comes to reviews?
What type of research should have the greatest focus?
Name 6 sources of evidence for nursing practice.
- clinical experience
- logical reasoning
- assembled information
- disciplined research
As a "consumer of research," what is the BSN's responsibility?
Be able to look, understand, and apply what you have read
What is a worldview general perspective on the complexities of the real world, certain assumptions about reality?
Name two key paradigms for nursing research.
What paradigm believes reality exists because there is a real world driven by natural causes?
What is the Positivist inquirer's role in relation to the subjects?
Observes, independent of subject
Is Positivist qualitative or quantitative?
What paradigm assumes that reality is multiple and subjective? "It is what I say it is"
What is the naturalistic inquirer's role in relation to the subjects?
Is naturalistic qualitative or quantitative?
How is knowledge obtained?
What are techniques used to structure a study and to gather, analyze, and interpret information?
What four things does nursing research provide
What is a clarification of relationships among phenomena and identification of reasons certain events occur?
What is an estimation and anticipation of outcomes in a particular situation?
What is it called when there is a manipulation of a situation in order to achieve a particular outcome?
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