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5 Matching questions

  1. Underlying assumption to qualitative research
  2. Relational Research
  3. Results
  4. Observation
  5. Deductive Reasoning
  1. a systemic investigation of relationships between or among variables
  2. b fundamental method of gathering data for qualitative studies, especially ethnography studies
  3. c presents the outcomes of the statistical tests used to analyze the study data and the significance of these outcomes; includes research purpose, questions, and hypotheses
  4. d the individual and their perception are inseparable
  5. e moves from the general to the specific

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. examine casual relationships or determine the effect of one variable on another
  2. reports of research and includes published studies and unpublished studies
  3. cost & efficacy of healthcare, health information, patient safety, and healthcare delivery
  4. a process of selecting subjects who are representative of the population being studied
  5. the process of selecting a group of people, events, behaviors, or other elements

5 True/False questions

  1. Literature Reviewto generate a picture of what is known and not known about a particular problem and to document why a study needs to be conducted

          

  2. Qualitativea systemic, subjective approach used to describe life experiences and give them meaning; useful in understanding abstract human experiences (pain, powerlessness and vulnerability); focuses on understanding the whole therefore "holistic" nursing

          

  3. Simple/Complex2/3 or more

          

  4. Conceptmore specific

          

  5. Methodspresents the outcomes of the statistical tests used to analyze the study data and the significance of these outcomes; includes research purpose, questions, and hypotheses

          

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