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Succeeding in Literature Reviews and Research Project Plans for Nursing Students
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Succeeding in Literature Reviews and Research Project Plans for Nursing Students

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November 2019 | 232 pages | Learning Matters
Now in it's fourth edition and thoroughly updated to ensure all content is mapped to the new 2018 NMC standards, this book is a practical and readable guide to undertaking a research project plan or a literature review for final year assessment. The book guides readers from start to finish, beginning with choosing a nursing topic and developing questions about it, then accessing and critically reviewing research literature, considering ethical issues, proposing research where applicable, and finally, writing up and completing the literature review or research proposal. The authors also explore how to translate evidence into practice and how this can improve day to day decision-making, as well as feeding into assessments.
 
Section 1: Getting Started
 
Chapter 1: Getting started on your final-year project
 
Section 2: Planning and preparing for your final year project
 
Chapter 2: Planning and undertaking a literature review or documentary analysis
 
Chapter 3: Planning your research proposal or dissertation
 
Section 3: Using and critiquing research for your final-year project
 
Chapter 4: Using and critiquing research methods: interviews and focus groups
 
Chapter 5: Analysing qualitative data
 
Chapter 6: Using and critiquing research methods: surveys and experimental designs
 
Chapter 7: Analysing quantitative data and understanding basic statistics
 
Chapter 8: Using and critiquing systematic reviews and meta-analyses
 
Chapter 9: Translating evidence into practice
 
Section 4: Writing and finishing
 
Chapter 10: Writing up your literature review and documentary analysis
 
Chapter 11: Writing your research proposal and dissertation

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G.R. Williamson

Dr Graham R Williamson is a Lecturer in Adult Nursing at the University of Plymouth. His clinical background is in acute medical nursing. His areas of teaching expertise are in evidence-based practice and research, as well as health policy. His research interests concern supporting students in clinical practice. He is a Core Team Member of the University’s Centre of Excellence in professional Placement Learning. More About Author

Andrew Whittaker

Andrew Whittaker is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Social Care at London South Bank University. He has taught nursing students since the early-nineties and teaches research skills to undergraduate and postgraduate students. He has worked in adult and child mental health and was the director of a mental health voluntary organization. More About Author

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