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of research methodologies techniques in writing thesis and dissertation. Graduate school students are required to conduct independent studies, design models and depend to the panel of tribunal for evaluation. OBJECTIVES Understand the concepts and roles of research. Analyze and synthesize the findings of research and its utilization. Familiarize with the different research tools. Recall the basic types of research, data and information in research. Formulate and write a thesis/dissertation proposal. REFERENCE Nursing research book GUIDELINES-METHODS OF RESEARCH A. The graduate student should read as many reference books in research as possible. You may analyze and compare the views of different authors. B. There are 8 units in the contents of the course outline For every topic on the contents, you are requested to answer the following questions: Unit I. The Research 1.1. 1.2. Define Research. Explain the purpose of the research. What are the characteristics and contributions of research?
Unit 2. Type of Research 2.1. Identify the different types of research and explain how it will be implemented. 2.2. Discuss the type of research which you intend to use in your nature study or research. Unit 3. The Problem 3.1. How will you select the topic/problem? Why did you select that topic/problem? 3.2. What are the types of variables in a research study? 3.3. Of what use are the related studies and literature to your study?
8.4. How will you test the hypotheses? What statistical treatment will you use? 5.4. Instruments in Research 18.104.22.168. Why do we need to define the terms. words. What are the types of instruments used in research? What are the characteristics of good instruments? How will you validate the questionnaires? Unit 5. What is the difference between theoretical and conceptual frameworks? Unit 4.2. When do we use the t-test and z-test? 5. 4.1. What is statistics? Why is statistics needed in research? 5.5. Writing the Research Report 7.5. How will you test the significant difference between two variables? Unit 6. Differentiate population from sample.1. What are the types of sampling? How will you select your samples? 5.7.3. Evaluating the Research Study 8.3. What are the criteria and/or guidelines in evaluating the research report? 8.3. How will you write your theses proposal? (Chapters I to III) What tense will you use? 7. How will you arrange the appendices? .1. How will you present the reference materials in your study? What is the difference between footnotes and bibliography? 6. How will you present your related studies and related literature in your study? Unit 7. Use of Reference Materials 6. What are the types of data? What is the difference between data and information? 5.2. or acronyms in your study? 3. 4. How will you present your data and information in the research study? 5.2.6. How will you write and type the report? (Follow the Format of a thesis) Unit 8. How will you present the bibliography? 8.1.2. Statistical and Descriptive Data Analysis 5. 5.
3. (INSTITUTIONAL FORMAT) Table of Contents Page Title Approval Sheet Acknowledgement iii Abstract Table of Contents Chapter I The Problem and its Background Introduction 1 Statement of the Problem 6 Conceptual Framework Paradigm Scope and Delimitation Significance of the Study 26 Definition of Terms 28 II Review of Related Literature and Studies Foreign Literature Local Literature Related Studies III Research Methodology 32 38 41 44 iv v i ii 7 25 26 . Term paper: A thesis proposal consisting of Chapter I to III.4. Final examination at the end of term.5. Comprehensive answers to the above questions.8. 2. What factors/elements are included in the abstract of the thesis? 8. Why is the curriculum vitae or bio-data necessary in the thesis report? The requirements for the course are: 1.
Analysis and Presentation Of Data 52 Findings.etc. Prepare a reaction paper base from the collected articles. Include the sources of your articles. Conclusions and Recommendations 78 Bibliography 96 Appendices Curriculum Vitae 101 99 MAN. Course Content/ Research Definition of Administration . MAN NURSING AD I Course Description Administration and management is a core subject. It provides as forum for knowledge discussion on the logical. It deals with the theories elements. functions and principles of administration.research. Present current articles that are related to nursing issues on the different fields-practice (hospital) academic business world.ALL TRACKS Current Trends and Issues in NSG ADM I The course deals with the journey of nursing towards its current state of professionalism. which means that it is taken by all graduate students regardless of their area of specializations. Element of newness is very important. It is the foundation of the succeeding subject in administration a major field for would be manager or managers already in the job. significant trends and problems that concern all of today’s nurses so that intelligent decision making can occur.IV V Presentation.
Reflect your own personal values and apply the common concept of morality. Current Trends and Issues (Additional Req. References: Any Management book Published 2006 and above. medicine philosophy and theology. REQUIREMENTS Define bioethics Present and analyze bioethical issues related to nursing practice. Include your references. Directing/ Leading d. Organizing c. Term paper. – MAN) Present Images of Nursing Political Awareness in Nursing Tran cultural Nursing BIOETHICAL ISSUES: Course Description Bioethics is the philosophical study of the ethical controversies bought about by the advances in biology and medicine. Controlling Requirements: Develop a 5 years plan with the integration of the 4 junction of management. It is concerned with ethical question that arise the relationship among biotechnology. COURSE CONTENT: Importance of bioethics and the principles Common concepts of morality Legal and ethical issues Ethical guidelines on Medical and Nursing Practice .Nature/ Theories External environment of organization Management Process a. Planning b.
By Van Scotter . Phil System and Legal Bases Administrative Organization and Financing Institution and the educational goal of Philippines CONTENT: Philosophical/Theoretical Movements Sciences of Educational Philosophy Philosophy Problem of Education with Nursing Educ. MODULE I. Publication House 2005 THEORETICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF NURSING Course Description: This course contains 3 modules related to theoretical and philosophical foundation of nursing. Education Phil Set up. Philosophical Foundation of Nursing.Bioethical issues and Moral Implications Prolonging Life Couples Decision Gender change operation Euthanasia REFERENCE Health Care Ethics Phil copyright 2007 Health and Ethics concepts Educ. REFERENCE Foundation of Educ. The introduction to historical MODULE II. MODULE III.
Conclation of values development is stressed particularly with peace education in both global and local context and the implementation of an appropriate curriculum for survival. Article XV The Family Written Reflection to be Submitted.1987 Constitution 1. Butos Alicia Philosophical Foundation of Educ. Effort towards attainment of nationalism peace and global education.EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT Course Description: The course mainly deals with the concept of management of the school system as influenced by the provisions of the 1987 Constitution PD G-A and Education Act of 1982 via education of the Phil.Introduction to Educ. 3. Nature and scope of the courses. REQUIREMENT Term paper on value integration. Human Rights Social Justice . Article XI Section 1 and 2 2. RESEARCH I. Theory and Practice By : Paleo Publisher MAED. Peace Education and Global Education.
Educational Act of 1982 Batasang Pambansa 232 . Journals International Review of Educ. Innovative Strategies V. Curriculum Values and Development III. Coordination of Natl. Efforts for Security Stability and Maturity through institutional dev. Management Structure for more effective Phil Educ System IV.II. Program REFERENCE Constitution of the Republic of the Phil.
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