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An Introduction to Research for Midwives By Colin Rees

An Introduction to Research for Midwives by Colin Rees

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Summary

Aims to increase the knowledge and critical understanding of research of those working within midwifery, in order to ensure evidence-based practice. The book integrates an understanding of the research process with the critical evaluation of research, and the application of research to practice.

An Introduction to Research for Midwives Summary

An Introduction to Research for Midwives by Colin Rees

This unique book makes research accessible and understandable to midwives at all levels of experience and in all clinical areas. It will make a contribution to midwifery practice by increasing the skills of midwifery in critically analysing research and applying it to practice. Published midwifery research is used throughout the book to illustrate the application of the topics to practice. In addition each chapter features a list of objectives and ends with key points to consider.

Table of Contents

Why Research; The Research Process; Critiquing Research Articles; Ethics; Questionnaire Design; Experimental Design; Sampling Methods; Statistics and Midwifery Research; Reviewing the Literature; Applying Research to Practice.

Additional information

GOR001604072
9781898507574
1898507570
An Introduction to Research for Midwives by Colin Rees
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Elsevier Health Sciences
1997-05-15
176
N/A
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