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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Variables
  2. Knowledge (1)
  3. Literature Review
  4. Qualitative
  5. Purpose
  1. a clear and concise statement of the goals of the study; examples would be identify, describe, and explain
  2. b a 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. c experistise and skills aquired by a person through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject
  4. d concepts at various levels of abstraction that are measured, manipulated, or controlled in a study
  5. e to generate a picture of what is known and not known about a particular problem and to document why a study needs to be conducted

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. directs the questions asked, the observations and the interpretation of data
  2. assumptions, limitations, design, population & sample, measurement, data collection & analysis, discussion, and dissemination of the findings
  3. awareness and familiarity gained by experience of a fact or situation
  4. the location in which a study is conducted
  5. exist in all studies and can interfere with obtaining a clear understanding of the relationships among the study variables

5 True/False questions

  1. Samplingthe process of selecting a group of people, events, behaviors, or other elements

          

  2. Study questions/hypothesesderived from the problem purpose and direct the remaining steps of the research process

          

  3. Process of Qualitative Researchselection of subjects, sample size, researcher/participant relationships, data collection, and data management

          

  4. Inductive Reasoningmoves from the specific to the general

          

  5. Quantitativeformal, objective, rigourous, systematic process for generating numerical information

          

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