- Compare and contrast two middle range nursing theories considering their usefulness in nursing practice, research, education, and administration.
- Search the literature and find an example of a research study that uses a middle range nursing theory in a nursing practice study.
- Does the study appear to use the theory appropriately? Explain.
- How does the research contribute to the understanding of the theory?
- Does the theory aid the practice in evaluation of safe, effective, quality care practices? If yes, how?
- The initial response requires 300 or more words, supported by at least three scholarly references.
- Refer to your APA Manual or apastyle.org for assistance.
- Indicate in your Post that you are in Group B.
- Choose two of your peers’ initial posts from Group A on Grand Nursing Theory. Be sure to indicate that you are a Group B student and whose post to which you are referring.
- Critique each component of your peers’ initial posts, based on the initial post instructions; you must address each initial post item.
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