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Educational & Research Guides
Ask a Scientist - get thoughtful, serious answers to your science
questions in a wide range of biological disciplines from scientists at the
Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Basic Research Methods - Categories of information include: Planning
Your Research. Various Research Methods, including advantages and
disadvantages. Selecting Research Methods. Analyzing, Interpreting and
Reporting Results. General Information and Resources. Ethics and
Conducting Research. Related Library Links. On-Line Discussion Groups.
Free Medical Journals
- Over the next few years, many important medical journals will be
available online, free and in full-text. The access to free scientific
knowledge will have a major impact on medical practice and attract
Internet visitors to these journals.
Healthfinder - Just about everything to be found on the Internet to do
with health is here.
Search - We all
face this central question when approaching the Internet's vast resources
the first few times, and there are many superb Internet sites that lead a
person step-by-step through how to use a search engine.
HyperRESEARCH™ - is an easy to use
qualitative data analysis software package enabling you to code and
retrieve, build theories, and conduct analyses of your data.
Infomine - resources of relevance to faculty, students, and research
staff at the university level
Information & Referral Resource Network, The - lists agencies
throughout the United States that provide a wide variety of human services
to the public.
Integrating Research Strategies -
"Sometimes you have to go a
long distance out of your way in order to come back a short distance
International Data Base - is a computerized data bank containing
statistical tables of demographic, and socio-economic data for all
countries of the world.
- A directory of free nursing
research articles, review articles and other resources.
Help - (Pat Pledger). Resource Based Learning,
Research Steps, Research Skills, Professional development & Resource Based
- collection of online research tools. Search
dictionaries, translate words, find quotations and more.
Research Paper Help - This site is a resource to help high school and
university students with the process of writing research papers.The links
offer instruction and tips for the various stages of writing a research
The Internet Public Library - School of Information. University of
Michigan. Ann Arbor, Mi. USA.
Strategies for Advanced Practice Nurses
by Susan L. Norwood
This guide offers presentation and utilization strategies that help make
the nursing research process more "do-able" and exciting. More emphasis
is placed on implementing research in a variety of settings than on
undertaking original research. Incorporates current research and
guidelines for writing and conveying research results throughout.
Features a guide to Internet resources in the Appendix. Ideal for nurse
practitioners preparing to function in advanced practice roles.
Hardcover: 499 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1st edition (January 15, 2000)
In Nursing And Health Research
by Carolyn Feher Waltz, Ora Strickland, Elizabeth R. Lenz
Hardcover: 448 pages
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company (December 30, 2004)
Nurses: Methods and Interpretation
by Angela Gillis, Winston, Ph.D. Jackson, Angela, Bsn, Ph.D. Gillis
Textbook examines qualitative and quantitative approaches to research.
Prepares students to be knowledgeable users and doers of research. Does
not assume students have prior knowledge of statistics or of research
design. For senior undergraduates and those returning for a
baccalaureate degree. Gillis is professor and chair of the Department of
Nursing at St. Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia. Jackson teaches
sociology at St. Francis Xavier University.
Paperback: 768 pages
Publisher: F. A. Davis Company (August 1, 2001)
to Nursing Informatics (Health Informatics)
by Kathryn J. Hannah, Marion J. Ball, Margaret J.A. Edwards
Like its predecessor, this book is a primer for those new to nursing
informatics. It provides a thorough introduction to basic terms and
concepts, as well as an in-depth exploration of the most prevalent
applications in nursing practice, education, administration, and
research. Expanded and updated to reflect the remarkable technical
advances achieved in health care in recent years, this new edition
includes new chapters on clinical information systems and Internet
usage, and offers the reader illustrative examples and valuable
Hardcover: 354 pages
Publisher: Springer; 2 edition (December 14, 1998)
Clinical Research: An Epidemiologic Approach
by Steven R. Cummings, Warren S. Browner, Deborah Grady, Norman Hearst,
Thomas B. Newman, Stephen B. Hulley (Editor)
A text on planning and implementing clinical research, for beginning
investigators. Section I examines basic ingredients of research, such as
selection of study subjects, hypotheses, and estimating sample sizes.
Section II presents design options, covering cohort, cross- sectional,
case-control and diagnostic test studies, clinical trials, and
confounding. Section III looks at additional skills in ethics, data
management, and community and international studies. Emphasis is on
common sense as the main ingredient of good science.
Paperback: 336 pages
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2nd edition (January 15, 2001)
Guide to Monitoring Clinical Research
by Karen E., Ph.D. Woodin, John C. Schneider
The CRA's Guide explains the role and responsibilities of a CRA, informs
readers of the history of the regulations, explains in detail the
research process and describes the regulations and GCPs that govern
- Preparing for a study and selecting investigators
- Obtaining and monitoring informed consent
- Preparing for a monitoring visit
- Recruiting and retaining study subjects
- Conducting adverse event and safety monitoring
- Preparing for audits and detecting fraud
Paperback: 448 pages
Publisher: CenterWatch (January 1, 2003)
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