Nursing Research Critiques

Editor/Author Bauce, Karen and Fitzpatrick, Joyce J.
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

Single-User Purchase Price: $75.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $112.50
ISBN: 978-0-8261-7541-0
Category: Health & Medicine - Nursing
Image Count: 14
Book Status: Available
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This is the first resource to provide APRN students and practicing clinicians with a step-by-step guide to critically analyze evidence from research studies. As part of a profession that relies on best evidence, nurses need to be able to effectively assess research articles. Equipped with these skills, nurses will lead an informed practice and improve patient care.

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Table of Contents

  • Contributors
  • Foreword - Patterson Barbara, PhD, RN, ANEF
  • Preface
  • Introduction - Bauce Karen and Fitzpatrick Joyce J.
  • Part I: Quantitative Studies
  • 1. Maternal and Paternal Knowledge and Perceptions Regarding Infant Pain in the NICU - Critique: Cook Linda, Volpe Anita Ayrandjian, and Bauces Karen
  • 2. Cultural Competence and Psychological Empowerment Among Acute Care Nurses - Critique: Ea Emerson E. and Gilles Salena A.
  • 3. Palauans Who Chew Betel Nut: Social Impact of Oral Disease - Critique: Fish Anne Folte
  • 4. A Randomised Clinical Trial of the Effectiveness of Home-Based Health Care With Telemonitoring in Patients With COPD - Critique: Grizzle Rebecca Witten
  • 5. Using Text Reminder to Improve Childhood Immunization Adherence in the Philippines - Critique: Harris Margaret A. and Bauce Karen
  • 6. Nurse Caring Behaviors Following Implementation of a Relationship-Centered Care Professional Practice Model - Critique: Peacock-Johnson Annette and Keresztes Patricia
  • 7. Impact of Health Care Information Technology on Nursing Practice - Critique: Madigan Elizabeth A.
  • 8. Geriatric Nursing Home Falls: A Single Institution Cross-Sectional Study - Critique: McCarthy Margaret
  • 9. Resilience and Professional Quality of Life Among Military Health Care Providers - Critique: Reimer Andrew P.
  • 10. Evaluation of a Meditation Intervention to Reduce the Effects of Stressors Associated With Compassion Fatigue Among Nurses - Critique: Rhoads Jacqueline and Fitzpatrick Joyce J.
  • 11. Patient Safety Culture and Nurse-Reported Adverse Events in Outpatient Hemodialysis Units - Critique: Schexnayder Julie, Dolansky Mary A., and Bauce Karen
  • Part II: Qualitative Studies
  • 12. Hypertensive Black Men's Perceptions of a Nurse Protocol for Medication Self-Administration - Critique: Fahs Deborah B.
  • 13. Primary Care Experiences of People Who Live With Chronic Pain and Receive Opioids to Manage Pain: A Qualitative Methodology - Critique: Marchi Nadine M.
  • 14. Older Adults’ Perceptions of Using iPads for Improving Fruit and Vegetable Intake: An Exploratory Study - Critique: Perazzo Joseph D.
  • 15. Summary and Future Directions - Fitzpatrick Joyce J.