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Title Practice-based clinical Inquiry in nursing for DNP and PhD research : looking beyond traditional methods / Joan R. Bloch, Maureen R. Courtney, Myra L. Clark, editors
Published New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company, LLC, [2016]


Description 1 online resource (xv, 263 pages) : illustrations
Contents Health program planning and evaluation: what nurse scholars need to know / L. Michele Issel -- Patient-engaged and community-based participatory research / Bonnie Jerome-D'Emilia and Kathleen J. Jackson -- Systematic reviews / Susan Weber Buchholz [and 3 others] -- Quality improvement research / Catherine Johnson, Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow, and Mary Elizabeth "Betsy" Guimond -- Big data in nursing research / Patricia Abbott and Boqin Xie -- Comparative effectiveness research / Georgia L. Narsavage -- Dissemination research / Jane T. Garvin, Amber B. McCal, and Devita T. Stallings -- Implementation research / Joan R. Bloch, Myra L. Clark, and Judy Faust -- Using geographic information systems in clinical and population health research / Joan R. Bloch and Sarah Cordivano -- A statistical toolbox: tips for engaging in clinical inquiry to improve health and health care / Louis Fogg, Beth A. Staffileno, and Marcia Murphy -- Logic models / Shirlee M. Drayton-Brooks, Paula Gray, and Maria Elayne DeSimone
Summary "Meticulously compiled to serve the specific needs of APRNs and nurse executives engaged in doctoral-level research, this text provides evidence-based and practice-based scholarly methods not traditionally taught in PhD or DNP programs. Building on and expanding traditional nursing research methods, the book focuses on both existing and evolving methods of clinical inquiry, some of which incorporate technology and knowledge from other disciplines. These are approaches that can be translated into clinical practice, providing the nursing profession with unprecedented opportunities for collaboration in improving health and health care systems. Methods include quality improvement, implementation science, logic models, program planning and evaluation, patient-engaged and community participatory research, dissemination research, big data, comparative effectiveness research, and systematic reviews. Chapters provide clear guidance on why and how to use a particular method, and are consistently organized to enable a comparison and contrast of different approaches in order to select the one that best fits a particular research need. The text highlights the importance of each approach, and discusses why to use a particular method for doctoral nursing work."--Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
Online resource; title from e-book title screen (EBL platform, viewed September 6, 2016)
Subject Nursing -- Methods
Nursing -- Study and teaching.
Clinical Nursing Research -- methods
Advanced Practice Nursing -- education
Education, Nursing, Graduate
Research Design
HEALTH & FITNESS -- Reference.
MEDICAL -- Alternative Medicine.
MEDICAL -- Atlases.
MEDICAL -- Essays.
MEDICAL -- Family & General Practice.
MEDICAL -- Holistic Medicine.
MEDICAL -- Osteopathy.
Nursing -- Study and teaching
Genre/Form Methods (Music)
Form Electronic book
Author Bloch, Joan R., editor.
Courtney, Maureen R., editor.
Clark, Myra L., editor.
ISBN 0826126995
Other Titles Title from ebook details page: Practice-Based Clinical Inquiry in Nursing : Looking Beyond Traditional Methods for PhD and DNP Research