- Reflect on your learning about Quantitative and Qualitative research; share two ways that helped you understand how they are different.
2.Choose one category of study design that you found interesting and describe; include what you learned about the design and how you believe it can help study nursing problems.
Here talk about Correlation design
- Refer back to your clinical nursing priority problem and evidence (Medication errors)
The nursing-evidenced practice (NEBP) committee has requested for you to make a recommendation to the team: Describe the type of research and the design that you believe would be the best way to study your problem. Discuss your rationale.
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