By Harriet H. Werley PhD, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD
This early quantity within the long-running sequence focuses totally on group concerns. As in all volumes within the sequence, top nurse practitioners offer scholars, researchers, and clinicians with the principles for evidence-based perform and additional research.
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Sources of the articles selected included the authors' collections, computer searches, and citations of published articles. To be included, articles must have been (a) within the defined subject area since 1960, (b) data based, and (c) widely accessible. This chapter is organized into three sections; review of research methodology, content review by subject areas, and discussion and future research directions. REVIEW OF RESEARCH METHODOLOGY A total of 82 articles was reviewed to describe the relative research sophistication of the field.