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Akut, kritisk og kompleks sygepleje – samfunds- og humanvidenskabelige perspektiver er en lærebog til modul 10 og 11 på sygeplejerskeuddannelsen i faget sygepleje. Bogen består af to dele. Del 1 behandler centrale elementer som at være patient, lidelse, død, rehabilitering og hospitalisering. Del 2 beskriver nyere danske forskningsprojekter, der omhandler de tidligere behandlede temaer og begreber. Målgruppen er sygeplejestuderende, studerende på efter- og videreuddannelse samt professionsuddannet sundhedspersonale.
By embracing the major conceptual and theoretical contributions to nursing research that are outside of "traditional" nursing theory, this is a vital resource for nurse researchers, and one that is indispensible for doctoral nursing students. The book examines in-depth the components of nursing theory and the types and uses of theory in nursing research and practice.
Presents a discussion of the process of implementing a fall prevention program in an institution using the Morse Fall Scale. This title offers information for understanding how the scale works, and for evaluating the incidence, frequency, and severity of falls with rates of prevention. It also features an appendix and a research section.
This book teaches not just a single method, but a range of methods and to help students understand why there are so many ways of working qualitatively.
This book provides urgently needed standards for qualitative inquiry while tackling the significant issues of what constitutes qualitative evidence. In particular, the book will address the place of qualitative evidence in the planning, delivery and evaluation of health care.
The Third Edition of this README FIRST for a User's Guide to Qualitative Methods offers those new to qualitative inquiry a clear and practical handbook to doing qualitative research, the fit of questions to methods, and the tasks of getting started. In their direct and friendly style, Lyn Richards and Janice Morse help researchers reflect on why they are working qualitatively, choose an appropriate method, and confidently approach research design, data making, coding, analyzing and finally writing up their results.
In a mixed-method tradition that privileges the quantitative, leading qualitative researcher Janice Morse breaks new ground by arguing the importance of research designs for which the primary component is qualitative, and contains either a quantitative or a qualitative supplemental strategy. Using a variety of examples and visual prompts, Morse convincingly demonstrates that such designs allow novice researchers to obtain answers more quickly and with more certainty. Her bookprovides clear and concise explanations making even complex research designs understandable to the beginning researcher;argues for the importance of primary qualitative designs due to their theoretical strength;stresses the importance of using goal-directed actions and analyses that do not violate the assumptions of either qualitative or quantitative inquiry.
The use of mixed methods designs for conducting research has become a major trend in social science research. Renowned methodological experts Janice Morse and Linda Niehaus present a guide to intermediate and experienced researchers on the possibilities inherent in mixed method research. They offer the basic principles of conducting this kind of study, then examine a wide variety of design options available to the researcher, including their strengths and weaknesses and when to use them. Providing examples from a variety of disciplines, examining potential threats to validity, and showing the relationship between method and theory, the book will be a valuable addition to the methodologist's library and a useful text in courses in research design.
The leading figure in qualitative health research (QHR), Janice M. Morse, asserts that QHR is its own separate discipline-distinct from both traditional health research and other kinds of qualitative research-and examines the implications of this position for theory, research, and practice. She contends that the health care environments transform many of the traditional norms of qualitative research and shape a new and different kind of research tradition. Similarly, the humanizing ethos of qualitative health research has much to teach traditional researchers and practitioners in health disciplines. She explores how the discipline of QHR can play out in practice, both in the clinic and in the classroom, in North America and around the world. A challenging, thought-provoking call to rethink how to conduct qualitative research in health settings.