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Making Sense of Research in Nursing, Health and Social Care
What is research and how does it work in the context of nursing, health and social care? Now in its 6th edition, this easy to read guide provides a concise overview of the different research methods and terminology, helping students to understand how research is implemented in practice.
The new edition includes:
Case examples of real research from a variety of settings and countries
Updates in light of the new NMC standards
More on critical appraisal tools and service improvement
Chapter learning outcomes and key points
Free online resources including an interactive glossary, reflective exercises and free access to SAGE journal articles for students, as well as SAGE videos, seminar notes and more for lecturers.
This is essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students of nursing and health in the UK and internationally.
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What Reviewers Are Saying
This book will be useful to students undertaking professional degrees in the relevant professions, and particularly for nursing and other health professions. The content helps to de-mystify what research is, and why its findings are essential for professional practice. -- Patricia Higham This is a real must have for anyone interested or completing a course on research at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Moule presents a very nice overview of the research methods with the methodologies detailed in a logical format. The presentation of the information which includes commencing each chapter with learning outcomes accumulating in key points adds to the readability of this book. -- Nerys Bolton The book is suitable for newcomers to research with no prior knowledge, hoping to access an introductory guide as a starting point or useful overview. Undergraduates in health sciences wishing to access an introduction to the research process or anyone wishing to dip their toe into the field of research will find this book helpful. -- Liz Charalambous * Nursing Times *