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By Zevia Schneider, RN, RM, PhD, MEd, MAppSc, BEd, BA, FRCNA, Dean Whitehead, MSc(Hlth Ed), BEd, PGDip(Hlth), PGCert(Hlth Ed), RN, PhD candidate, Doug Elliott, RN, PhD, MAppSc(Nursing), BAppSc(Nursing), IC Cert, Geri LoBiondo-Wood, PhD, RN, FAAN and Judith Haber, PhD, APRN, CS, FAAN
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A new edition of this unique nursing E-book helps Australian and New Zealand student nurses and midwives understand, apply and conduct research then publish their findings.
Nursing and Midwifery Research: Methods and appraisal for evidence-based practice E-book is the only local nursing and midwifery research text to span undergraduate and postgraduate research requirements.
Now in its fourth edition, the textbook continues to help nursing and midwifery students understand research data and processes, apply research findings in practice, conduct their own research and publish their findings.
Each edition of this highly regarded text has delivered an ever-stronger wealth of research examples within the context of Australia and New Zealand. This fourth edition E-book is the most impressive yet, providing a solid research process-driven approach, with comprehensive coverage of research methodologies.
Nursing and Midwifery Research: Methods and appraisal for evidence-based practice, 4e E-book has been significantly updated. It focuses on developing students’ skills and confidence in critically searching for and appraising research literature and, importantly, using their research findings to inform their patient and client care.
Student learning tools include tutorial trigger boxes, evidence-based practice tips and multiple choice questions, and Elsevier’s Evolve platform offers a range of online content to enhance the E-book’s content.
Undergraduate through to postgraduate nursing and midwifery students
By Zevia Schneider, RN, RM, PhD, MEd, MAppSc, BEd, BA, FRCNA, Consultant; Formerly Associate Professor of Research, Faculty of Nursing, RMIT University, Melbourne, VIC, Australia; Dean Whitehead, MSc(Hlth Ed), BEd, PGDip(Hlth), PGCert(Hlth Ed), RN, PhD candidate, Senior Lecturer, School of Health Sciences-Nursing, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand; Doug Elliott, RN, PhD, MAppSc(Nursing), BAppSc(Nursing), IC Cert, Professor of Nursing, Director of Research, Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Health, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW, Australia; Geri LoBiondo-Wood, PhD, RN, FAAN, Associate Professor, University of Texas Health Sciences Center, School of Nursing, Houston, TX; and Judith Haber, PhD, APRN, CS, FAAN, Director, Master's Program, New York University, New York, NY