Research Exam 1 (EXTRA)

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  1. Describe the values, design, and purpose of Positivist assumptions
    • Values are in check
    • Objective
    • Fixed design
    • Control over context
    • Verify hunches
    • Generalizations
  2. Describe the values, design, and purpose of Naturalistic Assumptions
    • Values are subjective, inevitable, desired
    • Flexible design
    • Context bound
    • Emerging interpretations
    • Patterns
  3. What is the BSN researcher role
    • Identify
    • Data collection
    • Critique research studies
    • Summarize findings to use in practice
  4. When did nursing research begin, who conducted the research, and what did they study?
    • 1850
    • Florence Nightingale
    • Ventilation, cleanliness, pure water, healthy diet
  5. When was the first nursing research journal published
    1950
  6. When did research become increasingly important
    1970
  7. When was NIH established
    1986
  8. When was the NINR established and when did it's budget exceed 100 million dollars?
    • 1993
    • 2000
  9. Name the 6 core needs of healthcare
    • safe
    • effective
    • pt centered
    • timely
    • efficient
    • equitable
  10. Name 4 methods of Qualitative study
    • Phenomenological
    • Ground theory
    • Ethnographic
    • Historical
  11. What is phenomenological qualitative research studies purpose
    to understand and describe lived experiences
  12. What is Ground theory qualitative studies purpose
    Theory of how social process works
  13. What is ethnographic qualitative studies purpose
    studying culture norms
  14. Name 5 methods of quantitative study
    • Descriptive
    • Correlational
    • Quasi-experimental
    • Experimental
    • Cohort
  15. Name 3 types of research experience and list in order from the most to the least time consuming
    • Individual study
    • Science summary
    • Existing EB guideline
  16. Which research evidence is best for practice
    existing E-B guideline
  17. Which nursing research is best for learning
    Individual study
  18. Name the essential elements of a research report
    • Specific question
    • Methods
    • Results
    • Findings
    • Conclusions
  19. Name the format of a study report
    • title
    • abstract
    • intro
    • methods
    • results
    • conclusion
    • references
  20. Name 5 types of hypothesis
    • casual
    • simple
    • complex
    • Null
    • Alternative Hypothesis
  21. Which hypothesis involves cause and effect vs associate relationship
    casual
  22. Which type of hypothesis involves a relationship between 2 variables
    simple
  23. Which type of hypothesis involves a relationship between 3 or more variables
    Complex
  24. Name 5 codes of ethics
    • Nuremberg
    • Declaration of Helsinki
    • Belmont report
    • Government-imposed
    • Professional disciplines
  25. What rights are included in the Belmont code
    • Right for benevelence (DO GOOD)
    • Right for informed consent (full disclosure, self-determination)
    • Right for justice (privacy, fair treatment)
  26. What is evaluated in Representativeness
    • setting
    • subject charecteristics
    • Distribution of values and variables
  27. Difference between random and systematic variation
    • random: expected (sample size >, random <)
    • Systematic: consequence of selecting similar subjects
  28. Name 4 types of Probability sampling methods
    • simple random
    • Stratified random
    • cluster
    • systematic
  29. What is a sample randomly selected from a list of population members
    simple random
  30. What type of sampling does a research use when he wants to get data from subgroups of the population that are small and might not be present in sufficient numbers in a simple random sample
    stratified
  31. What type of sampling is used when the target population is large and spread out and the researcher needs to concentrate data collection in a few locations
    cluster
  32. Name 5 types of Nonprobability sampling methods
    • convience
    • quota
    • purpose
    • network
    • theoretical
  33. What 3 nonprobability sampling methods are qualitatively based
    • Purpose
    • Network
    • Theoretical
  34. What type of nonprobability sampling is referred to as a sample extracted from an available population
    convenience

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