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Evaluating quantitative research problems.

Finnick M, Haughey B ...see all

Critical care nurse, vol. 12, issue 5 (1992) pp. 98-105

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Abstract

By focusing on criteria for evaluating quantitative research problems and by understanding their evolution from prior research and their placement within a theoretical context, nurses should realize that good research depends to a great degree on good questions. Unless an investigator has a "good, workable, significant topic, the most carefully and skillfully designed research project will be of no value.

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  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-0026877764
  • PUI: 22922453
  • ISSN: 02795442
  • PMID: 1597067
  • SGR: 0026877764

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  • M. Finnick

  • B. P. Haughey

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