The author undertook an electronic search were used to collect the literature. Three electronic databases were used; Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), Medline and PsychInfo. These three databases were chosen as they are often used by nurses, allied health professionals, researchers, students and nurse educators to research their subject area (Aveyard, 2014).
The literature review is titled background. This Background section although not attempting to detail all other research on nursing clinical practice, does nevertheless; establish the study’s place in the spectrum of other nursing clinical practice research. All books and journals sourced in the article are accurately referenced. Unlike many academic articles the authors of this article do not use Harvard Referencing. The authors prefer to use the more recognised scientific and medical referencing approach. This article uses what is known as the Vancouver style referencing. The Vancouver Style, is the numbered referencing style commonly used in medicine and science. This consists of citations in the text, using numbers and a number referencing list at the end of the document. It follows rules established by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, now maintained by the US National Library of Medicine. It is also known as uniform manuscript submitted to Biomedical Journals. A number is allocated to a source in the order in which it is cited in the text. If the source is referred to again, the same number is used. References are listed in numerical order in the references in the
1. Comprehensive Nursing Care, Revised 2nd Edition. (2012). Ramont, Reberta P.; Niedringhaus, Dolores M.; Towle, Mary A.
Introduces and defines the topic, as well as describes its importance to professional nursing. Depth and detail are fair. (19–20 points)
The medical field of nursing is based on servitude in God’s mission and through the means of compassion. Our missional goals must align with God’s (Wright, 2012). Nursing consists of care and compassion for the disadvantaged, weak, sick, and injured. This is in addition to the pursuit of high standards in professionalism, articulated in the delivery of a valuable service that is based on unique knowledge and experience, performed ethically, and practiced autonomously. The major characteristic of compassion is from God and how it relates to this world of professionalism is seen through nursing. Any job that advances God’s work in the world is a Godly choice (Col. 1:16-20).
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I will methodically analyze all parts of the study to assess the validity of the article, by contrasting and comparing the information provided, with previous literature. I will try to make sure that recommendations provided by the authors are congruous with nursing practice and beneficial to the advancement of it. I will as much as possible provide in depth detail of previous studies on the same topic that either support or contradict the analysis provided by this study and its authors.
The author of this paper has been an associate’s degree registered nurse since 2005. Upon graduation from the ADN program at the College of Central Florida, the author
This paper will address and evaluate the research problem itself, the design of the study, the sample, how the data is collected, its limitations, and its findings. Furthermore, how does this study impact the overall nursing process?
Corresponding concerning this article should be addressed to Courtney Dabbagh, Buntain School of Nursing, Northwest University, 5520 108th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033. Email: email@example.com
Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Stephany Gyasi, Graduate School of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester MA 01655.
There are three authors for this quantitative research study. Martin Knoll is the HTW of Saarland, Clinical Nursing Research and Evaluation, Saarbruecken, Germany. Christine Lautenschlaeger, Institute of Medical Epidemiology, Biometry and Medical Informatics, Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany is the second author. And last, Marianne
There are several methods of collecting data for nursing research. The best techniques for collecting data should be well-defined, reliable, valid and done so without interjecting person bias. Data collection for qualitative studies may be in the form of interviews or surveys, participants may take part in a focus group, or be observed in their natural environment. Techniques for quantitative studies could also include surveys, observation, historical data, physiological data, or tests (Tappen, 2016). Any of these approaches are useful collection methods however, the process used must be suitable to answer the research question.
This section clearly and concisely summarizes the main features of the study. For instance, it contains the sample being tested; 15 Ugandan nurses , and includes the approach used by the researches at the time of comparing data in order to make conclusions. Also, it outlines some of the nurses’ experiences and recommendations given through out the study.
The aim of this study is to investigate the relationships between stress experienced by students ' during their nursing education, stress coping, self-esteem, social support, and health status. It was hypothesized that nursing students who experienced high stress levels during their education would cope more negatively with stress and have health complaints if their self- esteem and social support were low. Overall, this study will provide an important theoretical basis for intervention studies.