Skip to content
WA Health Library Network                         WAHLiN
                        WA Health Libraries Network
                        King Edward Memorial Hospital
Start Over My Lists Export MARC Display Another Search
Title Research methods in nursing and midwifery [electronic resource] : pathways to evidence-based practice / edited by Sansnee Jirojwong, Maree Johnson, Anthony Welch.
Imprint South Melbourne, Vic. : Oxford University Press, 2014.
Edition Second edition.
Book Cover
Full-text access (WNHS clients):        
Full-text access (SMHS clients):        


Phys. Description 1 online resource.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part 1: Getting started in research. 1. The importance of research in nursing and midwifery -- 2. Evidence-based practice for nurses and midwives -- 3. Introducing the research process -- 4. Ethical and legal considerations in research -- Part 2: Qualitative research methods. 5. Sampling in qualitative research -- 6. Qualitative research design -- 7. Data collection: qualitative research -- 8. Qualitative data analysis -- Part 3: Quantitative and mixed methods research. 9. Sampling in Quantitative research -- 10. Quantitative research design -- 11. Data collection: Quantitative research -- 12. Quantitative data analysis -- 13. Mixed methods research -- Part 4: Pathways to evidence-based practice. 14. Critical review of research -- 15. Undertaking a systematic review -- 16. Disseminating research.
Summary Introduces nursing and midwifery students to basic principles of research methods. Begins with introduction to importance of research, how it relates to evidence-based practice. Then qualitative, quantitative and mixed research design methods, sampling techniques, data collection methods and analysis procedures.
Subject Nursing Research -- methods.
Qualitative Research.
Evidence-Based Practice.
Data Collection -- methods.
Alt Author Jirojwong, Sansnee, editor.
Johnson, Maree, editor.
Welch, Anthony, editor.
ISBN 9780195528510