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Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
Identifying Nursing Research Studies
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Identifying Nursing Research Studies

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Used in Intro to Nursing Research in conjunction with worksheet.

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  • 1. Evaluating articles Research Study or Not a Research Study? LINDA NEYER, HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARIAN FEBRUARY, 2014
  • 2. Types of Journal Articles Scholarly Commentaries/ briefs Primary research  RCTs, Case studies…  Qualitative studies Secondary research  Literature reviews  Systematic reviews
  • 3. Types of Journal Articles Professional Editorial/ commentary  News  Continuing ed Secondary research  ‘Best practices’  Literature reviews
  • 4. PubMed citation TITLE: An intervention to improve adherence and management of symptoms for patients prescribed oral chemotherapy agents: an exploratory study. AUTHORS: Spoelstra SL, Given BA, Given CW, Grant M, Sikorskii A, You M, Decker V. SOURCE: Cancer Nurs. 2013 JanFeb;36(1):18-28. doi: 10.1097/NCC.0b013e3182551587
  • 5. Article abstract OBJECTIVE: This study examined an intervention to manage symptoms and adherence to oral agents. METHODS: A 3-group pilot study determined how an Automated Voice Response (AVR) system alone (n = 40), or the AVR with strategies to manage symptoms and adherence (n = 40), or the AVR with strategies to manage adherence (n = 39) reduced symptom severity and improved adherence. Participants received a Symptom Management Toolkit, completed a baseline interview, and were randomized to receive 8 weekly AVR calls. An exit interview occurred at 10 weeks.
  • 6. Additional identifiers Publication Types    Multicenter Study Randomized Controlled Trial Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
  • 7. CINAHL citation
  • 8. Additional info
  • 9. 2nd CINAHL citation
  • 10. Additional info
  • 11. Final CINAHL citation
  • 12. Additional info
  • 13. Now you do it… Read “Research or Not a Research Study” Exercise Work in groups of 3 or 4 Identify which articles are primary research Identify which articles fit criteria for paper
  • 14. Results?

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