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20 terms
nursing research - introduction to research
historical sources of nursing knowledge
research
nursing research and goal
1950's American Nurse's Association
tradition... authority... borrowing from other fields... trial and err…
systematic inquiry that used disciplined methods to answer qu…
improves the care of patients by generating evidence for clin…
led initiatives to improve nursing through research... American…
historical sources of nursing knowledge
tradition... authority... borrowing from other fields... trial and err…
research
systematic inquiry that used disciplined methods to answer qu…
49 terms
Introduction to Research
expertise and skills acquired by a per…
a scientific process that validates an…
what is known in a particular field or…
general to specific
knowledge
research
knowledge
quantitative-deductive
expertise and skills acquired by a per…
knowledge
a scientific process that validates an…
research
25 terms
Introduction to Research
What are the benefits of research?
What is research?
Why do we do clinical research?
What is the scientific method?
-Provides basis for making decisions... -Decisions are based on…
Systematic method for answering questions objectively
-develop body of knowledge... -determine if an intervention work…
-a rigorous process for acquiring new knowledge, incorporatin…
What are the benefits of research?
-Provides basis for making decisions... -Decisions are based on…
What is research?
Systematic method for answering questions objectively
58 terms
Introduction to Research
Research
Research
Research
Exploration... Description... Explanation... Pr…
organized and systematic way of finding solutions to problems
to discover new knowledge and to test this knowledge
tool for the growth of science and of human and environmental…
Purposes of Research
Research
organized and systematic way of finding solutions to problems
Research
to discover new knowledge and to test this knowledge
25 terms
Introduction to Research
research
purpose
task
transition
the systematic study of materials and sources in order to est…
the goal or reason an author decides to write about a specifi…
a usually assigned piece of work often to be finished within…
a word or phrase that links one idea to the next and carries…
research
the systematic study of materials and sources in order to est…
purpose
the goal or reason an author decides to write about a specifi…
71 terms
Introduction to Quantitative Research
Quantitative Research
research process
Purpose of Research Design
Rigor
- 4 types of Quan. res. ... - descriptive... -correlational... -quasi…
steps are critically examined and reexamined for errors and w…
- quantitative research... - provides the plan or the blueprint…
striving for excellence in research and involves discipline,…
Quantitative Research
- 4 types of Quan. res. ... - descriptive... -correlational... -quasi…
research process
steps are critically examined and reexamined for errors and w…
10 terms
Introduction to research
What is research?
What are the four pillars of health th…
What are Young's four categories for t…
Describe (Young's categories)
A systematic process of inquiry that aims to generate new sci…
1.Biomedical... 2.Clinical... 3. Health services and policy... 4. Soci…
1. To describe... 2. To explain... 3. To predict... 4. To control
Comparison between people or groups. ex. rate of influenza va…
What is research?
A systematic process of inquiry that aims to generate new sci…
What are the four pillars of health th…
1.Biomedical... 2.Clinical... 3. Health services and policy... 4. Soci…
Introduction to research
Deductive reasoning
Inductive reasoning
Quantitative
Qualitative
characterized by the acceptance of a general proposition or p…
Reflects the reverse type of logic, developing generalization…
measuring outcomes using numerical data under standardized co…
Typically based on open-ended questions, interviews and obser…
Deductive reasoning
characterized by the acceptance of a general proposition or p…
Inductive reasoning
Reflects the reverse type of logic, developing generalization…
35 terms
Introduction to Research
What is purpose of research?
What are the types of research?
What is description?
What is exploration?
* to increase knowledge within oneself, as a professional con…
1) description ... 2) exploration ... 3) explanation and prediction…
* describe the characteristics or behaviors of a particular p…
* conducted for a problem that has not been clearly defined…
What is purpose of research?
* to increase knowledge within oneself, as a professional con…
What are the types of research?
1) description ... 2) exploration ... 3) explanation and prediction…
20 terms
Introduction to research
Population
Sample
Independent Variable
Dependent Variable
Group of people that you are interested in studying.
Subset of the population
Presumed cause in a relationship of events. Directly manipula…
(Also known as an outcome) is the presumed effect in a relati…
Population
Group of people that you are interested in studying.
Sample
Subset of the population
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Introduction To Research
Definition of Research
Nursing Research
Ultimate Goal of Nursing Reseach
1950's
-A systematic (point by point) inquiry that uses disciplined…
-Improves the care of patients by generating evidence for cli…
*Provide for evidence-based practice by developing a body of…
American Nurse's Association (ANA) led initiatives to improve…
Definition of Research
-A systematic (point by point) inquiry that uses disciplined…
Nursing Research
-Improves the care of patients by generating evidence for cli…
117 terms
Nursing Research-Introduction to Research
What is Nursing Research?
What does nursing research provide a l…
What can nursing research become?
What is the worst kind of way to condu…
Nursing research is the scientific process that validates and…
Theory, education and practice.
The basis for clinical protocols and practice guidelines.
Trial and Error
What is Nursing Research?
Nursing research is the scientific process that validates and…
What does nursing research provide a l…
Theory, education and practice.
183 terms
6033 - Introduction to Research (Done)
The Scientific Method
Deductive Reasoning
Inductive reasoning
Reliability
The scientific method is a rigorous process for acquiring new…
Begins with a general proposition and ends with a specific co…
Begins with a specific observation and ends with a general co…
The extent to which a measurement is consistent and free from…
The Scientific Method
The scientific method is a rigorous process for acquiring new…
Deductive Reasoning
Begins with a general proposition and ends with a specific co…
39 terms
Introduction to Research
quantitative research
qualatatiove research
historical sources of nursing knowledge
definition of research
-a tradtional approach to research in which variables are ide…
-qualatative researchers believe that many different views of…
-tradtion... -authority... -borrowing from other fields... -trail and…
-research is systematic inquiry that uses discipline methods…
quantitative research
-a tradtional approach to research in which variables are ide…
qualatatiove research
-qualatative researchers believe that many different views of…
33 terms
1 Introduction to Educational Research
* Quantitative research
Quantitative and Qualitative
*Qualitative research
Inductive reasoning
is the collection and analysis of numerical data to describe,…
is the collection, analysis, and interpretation of comprehens…
involves developing generalization based on observation of a…
* Quantitative research
is the collection and analysis of numerical data to describe,…
Quantitative and Qualitative
23 terms
Introduction to research
Historical sources of nursing knowledge
Research
Nursing research
Ultimate goal of nursing research
- Tradition... - Authority... - Borrowing fr/ other fields... - Trial…
Research is systematic inquiry that uses disciplined methods…
Nursing Research improves the care of patients by generating…
provide for evidence-based practice by developing a body of k…
Historical sources of nursing knowledge
- Tradition... - Authority... - Borrowing fr/ other fields... - Trial…
Research
Research is systematic inquiry that uses disciplined methods…
20 terms
Introduction - Research
Kinesiology
Comprises biological components of mov…
Systematic
Logical
The study of human movement/action
- Anatomy (body structure)... - Physiology (body functions)... - Ne…
Characteristic of Research ... - problems, methods, data analys…
Characteristic of Research ... - others can evaluate conclusion…
Kinesiology
The study of human movement/action
Comprises biological components of mov…
- Anatomy (body structure)... - Physiology (body functions)... - Ne…
Introduction to Research
Basic research
Applied research
Translational research
quantitative research
conducted to discover new knowledge... theoretical concepts
driven by the need to find solution to a specific problem... spe…
investigation in which findings from animal studies are teste…
involves the collection/analysis of numerical data... DV variabl…
Basic research
conducted to discover new knowledge... theoretical concepts
Applied research
driven by the need to find solution to a specific problem... spe…
43 terms
Introduction & Research
Paychology
Father of psychology
What are the UPC's of psychology
Where/when was the study of psychology…
The scientific study of human behavior & mental processes
Wilhem Wundt
The goals of psychology U=understanding behavior ... P= predict…
1879, Leipzig Germany
Paychology
The scientific study of human behavior & mental processes
Father of psychology
Wilhem Wundt
39 terms
Introduction to research
Case control study
Case study
Clinical practise guidelines
Cochrane collaboration
A design that matches similar types of px who recieve the tx…
A research design that focuses in depth on specific (often sm…
An evidence informed recommendation for care that should be a…
An international organization for the development and updatin…
Case control study
A design that matches similar types of px who recieve the tx…
Case study
A research design that focuses in depth on specific (often sm…
13 terms
Introduction to Research
Positivism/Postpositivism
Constructivist
Transformative
Pragmatic
ontology - one reality; knowable within probability ... epistemo…
ontology- multiple, socially constructed realities... epistemolo…
ontology-multiple realities shaped by social,political, cultu…
ontology-what is useful determines what is true; participants…
Positivism/Postpositivism
ontology - one reality; knowable within probability ... epistemo…
Constructivist
ontology- multiple, socially constructed realities... epistemolo…
17 terms
Research Introduction
a systemic inquiry using a variety of…
numerical data, all about numbers
narrative data
applying the best available research r…
Research
quantitative
qualitative
evidence based practice
a systemic inquiry using a variety of…
Research
numerical data, all about numbers
quantitative
Introduction to Research
Knowledge
Research
Types of Research
Quantitative
Awareness of familiarity gained by experience of a fact or si…
Can correct existing knowledge.
1. Qualitative... 2. Quantitative... 3. Outcomes
-Rigid and inflexible.... -Inability to change.... -The rules we ha…
Knowledge
Awareness of familiarity gained by experience of a fact or si…
Research
Can correct existing knowledge.
10 terms
Introduction to research
Basic
Applied
Reading Research
Abstract
Primary aim is discovery of new knowledge through theory deve…
Primary aim is solution of practical problems, yet seeks to m…
Read studies that interest you... Read as a practitioner would... R…
Typically 150-200 words located at the beginning of article;…
Basic
Primary aim is discovery of new knowledge through theory deve…
Applied
Primary aim is solution of practical problems, yet seeks to m…
32 terms
Introduction to Research
research poses a...
research collects...
research presents...
research is important because it adds…
question
data
an answer
knowledge
research poses a...
question
research collects...
data
2 terms
introduction to research
barriers
benefits
-resources: time and funding... -knowledge and skills... -confidenc…
-credible and competitive people and discipline... -confidence a…
barriers
-resources: time and funding... -knowledge and skills... -confidenc…
benefits
-credible and competitive people and discipline... -confidence a…
20 terms
Introduction to Research
Common Characteristics of Research
Systematic
Logical
Empirical
-systematic... -logical... -empiracle... -reductive... -replicable
use distinct methods of data collection and analysis , formin…
others evaluate conclusions, others must be able to take some…
conclusions based on the data collected
Common Characteristics of Research
-systematic... -logical... -empiracle... -reductive... -replicable
Systematic
use distinct methods of data collection and analysis , formin…
14 terms
Introduction to Research
historical sources of nursing
research definition
nursing research
history of nursing research
- tradition (not great), authority, borrowing, trial and erro…
systematic use of disciplined methods to solve problems
- generates evidence for clinical decision-making... - creates a…
- been happening for a long time... - 50's ANA, 70's investigati…
historical sources of nursing
- tradition (not great), authority, borrowing, trial and erro…
research definition
systematic use of disciplined methods to solve problems
38 terms
Introduction to Research
Research
Basic
Applied
Outcome
Systematic inquiry utilizing disciplined methods to answer qu…
Gain Knowledge
Identify various interventions to solve problems
Evaluate effectiveness of various interventions
Research
Systematic inquiry utilizing disciplined methods to answer qu…
Basic
Gain Knowledge
21 terms
introduction to research
research
research protocol / structure
research question
requirements of a good research question
formal process for answering a clinical question
written out plan before the study beings
study objective - what will the study address?
feasible, intereting, novel, ethical, relevant
research
formal process for answering a clinical question
research protocol / structure
written out plan before the study beings
36 terms
Educational Research- Introduction
Research
Research must be
Research objectives
Applied Research
a systematic, objective process of gathering, recording, and…
-objective or unbiased and factual... -empirical based on observ…
to solve problems... to extend knowledge
narrow and purpose is to solve immedicate problems, not groun…
Research
a systematic, objective process of gathering, recording, and…
Research must be
-objective or unbiased and factual... -empirical based on observ…
13 terms
Introduction to research
4 ways of knowing (Carper, B. 1978)
Personal
Ethical
Aesthetic
Personal... Ethical... Aesthetic... Empirical
Knowledge of self ... empathy, personal limits
Right and wrong
Art of nursing ... awareness and intuition
4 ways of knowing (Carper, B. 1978)
Personal... Ethical... Aesthetic... Empirical
Personal
Knowledge of self ... empathy, personal limits
26 terms
Introduction to Research
Basic, Applied, and Action Research
Basic research
Applied Research
Action Research
Classifications of research:
to discover new knowledge and find out how things work or wha…
to find answers to practical problems or test the findings of…
to document and improve the quality of individual practice or…
Basic, Applied, and Action Research
Classifications of research:
Basic research
to discover new knowledge and find out how things work or wha…
24 terms
Chp01 Introduction to Research
Axiology
Control group
Criterion variable
Dependent variable
The philosophical study of the nature of ethical behavior
During experiment, the research group which does not receive…
Variable that determines how it is different for groups with…
Variable that determines how it is different for groups with…
Axiology
The philosophical study of the nature of ethical behavior
Control group
During experiment, the research group which does not receive…
13 terms
Research Introduction
Definition of Research
Definition of Nursing Research
Who are nurses accountable to for prov…
4 Purposes of Nursing Research
A diligent, systematic inquiry or study that validates and re…
A scientific process that validates and refines existing know…
the public (patients and families)
1. description... 2. explanation... 3. prediction... 4. control
Definition of Research
A diligent, systematic inquiry or study that validates and re…
Definition of Nursing Research
A scientific process that validates and refines existing know…
41 terms
Module 1- INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES
T/F: What is research?... Research is inf…
Define Research
Eight characteristics of research
Eight characteristics of research
True: ... Information gathering
A systematic process of collecting, analyzing and interpretin…
1 Originates with a Question or ... Problem... 2 Requires clear ar…
5 Usually is guided by the ... Specific Research Problem, ... Que…
T/F: What is research?... Research is inf…
True: ... Information gathering
Define Research
A systematic process of collecting, analyzing and interpretin…
15 terms
Introduction to Research (root words)
centi-
centr-
cephal-
cerat-
hundredth
center
head
horn
centi-
hundredth
centr-
center
10 terms
Introduction to Research
Classifications of Research:... 1._______…
Types of Research:... 1.___________... 2.___…
Research in OT Practice:... Most research…
Methods of gathering evidence:... -______…
Basic research ... Applied research ... Action research
1.Empirical ... 2.Theoretical
empirical
-Qualitative
Classifications of Research:... 1._______…
Basic research ... Applied research ... Action research
Types of Research:... 1.___________... 2.___…
1.Empirical ... 2.Theoretical
15 terms
Introduction to Research
What is research?
What are the objectives of research?
What is quantitative research?
What is qualitative research?
systematic evaluation of observations used to answer question…
descriptive, correlational, explanatory, exploratory
a structured method commonly used to determine the extent of…
unstructured method used to explore the nature of an issue... -a…
What is research?
systematic evaluation of observations used to answer question…
What are the objectives of research?
descriptive, correlational, explanatory, exploratory
19 terms
Types of Research - An introduction
Exploratory research
Descriptive research
Explanatory research
Predictive research
Takes place where there is little or no prior knowledge of a…
Describes a particular phenomenon, focusing upon the issue of…
This type of research is involved in explaining why something…
Forecasts future phenomena, based on the interpretations sugg…
Exploratory research
Takes place where there is little or no prior knowledge of a…
Descriptive research
Describes a particular phenomenon, focusing upon the issue of…
32 terms
Introduction to nursing research
Traditions
Authority
Borrowing
Trial and Error
We do it because it has always been done that way
Learn from someone who has experience
From other disciplines or other nurses
Variable outcomes and inconsistent
Traditions
We do it because it has always been done that way
Authority
Learn from someone who has experience
13 terms
4. Introduction to Qualitative Research
Which of the following statements is n…
Inductive analysis is: ... C. the discov…
In qualitative research, research ques…
The model for qualitative research dem…
Which of the following statements is not true? ... A. Qualitativ…
. Inductive analysis is: ... A. the same as deductive reasoning.…
In qualitative research, research questions [choose 3]: ... A. a…
The model for qualitative research demonstrates [choose two]:…
Which of the following statements is n…
Which of the following statements is not true? ... A. Qualitativ…
Inductive analysis is: ... C. the discov…
. Inductive analysis is: ... A. the same as deductive reasoning.…
11 terms
Introduction to Research Quiz
diaries
speeches
photographs
newspaper articles
a written eyewitness account that is a primary source
a spoken account that is a primary source
a visual account that is primary source
an account written by a reporter after he/she learned about i…
diaries
a written eyewitness account that is a primary source
speeches
a spoken account that is a primary source
26 terms
3. Introduction to Quantitative Research
A hypothesis is ...... A. necessary for q…
C. a precise statement indicating the…
D. is the statement of no relationship…
C. is also referred to as antecedent,…
A hypothesis is ...... B. an educated guess or a presumption ba…
A directional hypothesis is ... A. preferable to a null hypothes…
A null hypothesis ... A. is explicitly stated in a research arti…
An independent variable ... A. is the operationalization of the…
A hypothesis is ...... A. necessary for q…
A hypothesis is ...... B. an educated guess or a presumption ba…
C. a precise statement indicating the…
A directional hypothesis is ... A. preferable to a null hypothes…
23 terms
BMT Introduction to Research 1
Descriptive epidemiology:
Clinical research:
Experimental epidemiology:
Observational epidemiology:
analyzing disease data in populations and trying to find corr…
Research completed with actual human volunteers as subjects.…
" providing a substance to see its toxic or beneficial effect…
Observation and data collection is completed on small groups…
Descriptive epidemiology:
analyzing disease data in populations and trying to find corr…
Clinical research:
Research completed with actual human volunteers as subjects.…
21 terms
Chapter One: Introduction to Research
Applied Research
Basic Research
Behavioral Research
Converging Operations
investigates issues that have implications for everyday life…
answers fundamental questions about behavior
to discover, among other things, how people perceive their wo…
using more than one technique to study the same thing, with t…
Applied Research
investigates issues that have implications for everyday life…
Basic Research
answers fundamental questions about behavior
312 terms
Introduction to Research Methods
The method of authority
When is it reasonable to employ the me…
The method of intuition
Why should we not follow the method of…
is believing that a proposition is true because someone in a…
when the authority appealed to is an expert... there is general…
is accepting unquestioningly your own spontaneous account of…
- the fact that we feel absolutely certain about a propositio…
The method of authority
is believing that a proposition is true because someone in a…
When is it reasonable to employ the me…
when the authority appealed to is an expert... there is general…
22 terms
Research - Introduction to Quantitative Research (8)
control
bias
intervention fidelity
pilot study
the measures that the researcher uses to hold the conditions…
threats to the internal validity of the study
constancy of interventionists, data collector training and su…
preliminary study
control
the measures that the researcher uses to hold the conditions…
bias
threats to the internal validity of the study
50 terms
Introduction and Research Methods
psychology
overt
covert
describe, explain, predict, change
scientific study of behavior and mental processes... is anything…
behavior that is easily identified
behavior that is covered or hidden
goals of psychology ( DEPC)
psychology
scientific study of behavior and mental processes... is anything…
overt
behavior that is easily identified
36 terms
Chapter 1 Introduction to Educational Research
research literature
abstract
basic research
applied research
set of published research studies on a particular topic
brief summary of what is in an article
research aimed at generating fundamental knowledge and theo…
research focused on answering practical questions to provid…
research literature
set of published research studies on a particular topic
abstract
brief summary of what is in an article
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