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Tjhe conscientious integration of best research evidence and clinical practice and patient values and needs in the delivery of high quality, cost effective health care.
EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE
Processing and organizing of ideas in order to reach conclusions
RESONING
Specific to General
INDUCTIVE RESONING
From general to Specific
DEDUCTIVE RESONING
Formal, subjective, systematic process in which numerical data are used to obtain information about the world
QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH
Systematic, subjective approach used to describe life experiences and situations and to give them meaning.
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
Descriptive Research
Correlational Research
Quasi- Experimental Research,
Experimental Research
TYPES OF QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH
Phenominological Research
Ground Theory Research
Ethnographical Research
Historical Research
TYPES OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
Which research focuses on examining the result of care or determining the changes in health status for patient.
OUTCOMES RESEARCH