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Establishing a Research Friendly Environment, A Hospital-Based ApproachAuthors: Dorothy Brockopp, Karen S Hill, Andrew A Bugajski, Alexander J Lengerich
As the Magnet Recognition Program® continues to influence hospital-based nursing, the need to educate clinical nurses on how to conduct research is more important than ever. Establishing a Research Friendly Environment: A Hospital-Based Approach is a unique text that helps clinical nurses conduct or participate in research that leads to better health care in hospitals.
Each chapter includes an introduction, case example, a working definition, and resources required for success.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Creating a Research-Friendly Environment in an Acute Care Setting
Chapter 2 Developing a Research-Friendly Environment: Strategies and Resources
Chapter 3 The Research-Friendly Environment Model
Chapter 4 Research Methods in a Research-Friendly Environment: An Overview
Chapter 5 Measurement: A Model for Instrument Development
Chapter 6 Statistical Analysis: Answering Questions
Chapter 7 Disseminating Findings
Chapter 8 Research-Friendly Environments: The Future