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Nursing Research Chapter 4
Types Of Research Report
Types of research reports are these and dissertations, books, conference presentations, and journal articles.
Oral presentations follow a format similar to that used in journal articles. The presenter is typically allotted
minutes to describe key features of the study.2.
In poster sessions, many researchers simultaneously present visual displayssummarizing their studies, and conference attendees circulate around the room perusing these display.Conference presentations are important avenue for communicating research researchinformation.
esearch published by professional journals. Journal received a report of research oncompetitive terms.
esearch that meets the criteria according to the reviewer will bereceived and the research that does not comply with criteria of the reviewers will berejected.
eviewers can provide recommendations to researchers, whether the researchwas accepted or rejected or revised by suggesting to the researchers. This is usually"blind" review, reviewers are not told the name of the researcher, and authors are not toldthe name of the reviews.
The Content of Research Journal
Quantitative journal articles and many qualitative ones typically follow a conventionalorganization called the
. The involves organizing material into four mainsections;
The Title and abstract
In qualitative study, the title usually includes the central phenomenon and groups under investigation, in quantitative research; the title usually indicates the independent anddependent variables and population. Abstract is a brief description of the research study.Abstract answers, It is not more than
words. Consider the followingquestions: What research questions? What methods make use of researcher to answer these questions? What did the researchers find? And what are the implications for nursing practice?
The introduction usually describes the following:
The central phenomena, concepts, or variables under study.2.
The study purpose and research questions, or hypotheses to be tested.3.
A review of the related literature.4.
The theorical or conceptual framework.
The significance of and need for the study.