Dear Follower, The patientoutcomesblog has been running now for just about 2 months and the number of views we are getting is extremely encouraging. The aim of thepatientoutcomesblog is to deliver content excellence and to help us achieve this we… Read More ›
With close on 2000 views over the past few weeks we would now like to invite guest contributors to our blog to write on a range of health research topics. Your blogs should be around 500-750 (absolute 1000 max) words… Read More ›
I would just like to thank all of you who have commented on my blog. Keep viewing for more blogs next week. Keith
The aim of writing is both communication and persuasion, so reporting your research is an essential stage of the research process and ‘is not just an exercise for our private enjoyment’ (Miles and Huberman, 1994). Dissemination of research results is… Read More ›
Identifying and formalizing the research question are where many problems with research occur. Without a well-defined and specific research question or hypothesis, even if the research is carried out to the end, it is unlikely to provide much information. A… Read More ›
INTRODUCTION Relative to some other health-care professions, nursing has an immature research tradition and a limited body of research-based knowledge to draw on. Despite progress in recent years, the contribution of nursing to health-care research and development has not been… Read More ›
A significant part of the Discovery Interview (DI) process is that care teams need to hear the patient or carer’s story in their own words. By doing so it is considered that the key elements or themes in the story… Read More ›
7 Steps to successful questionnaire design – 2 Start at the end.