Nursing Research

Nursing research is evidence-based and utilized to support nursing practices. Since Florence Nightingale's time till the present, nursing has evolved into an evidence-based field of practice. Many nurses now work as researchers based in universities as well as in the healthcare setting.The use of research findings to support nursing treatments is promoted in nurse education. If a nurse's intervention was validated by research, courts in England and Wales may decide whether she acted properly.
The majority of nursing research falls into two categories:

  •  Quantitative research, which is grounded in the logical positivist paradigm and focuses on client outcomes that are quantifiable, typically using statistics. The randomized controlled trial is the most popular research methodology.
  • Qualitative research studies the experience of individuals receiving or providing nursing care, concentrating in particular on the meaning that it carries for the individual. It is founded on the paradigms of phenomenology, grounded theory, ethnography, and others. The most popular research techniques are ethnography, case studies, focus groups, and interviews.


 


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