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Author Roy, Callista.
Title Generating middle range theory [electronic resource] : from evidence to practice / Callista Roy.
Publication Info. New York : Springer Publishing Company, c2014.
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Description 1 online resource.
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Contributors; Research Reviewers; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I: Introduction; Chapter 1: Overview of Processes for Creating Knowledge for Practice; Factors Influencing Knowledge Development; Nursing Education; Theoretical Scholars in Nursing; Research Resources; Challenge of Nursing Knowledge Reaching Practice; NINR Translational Research; Evidence-Based Movement; Alternative Proposed for Knowledge for Practice; Rationale and Background on MRT Development; Process for Using RAM Research to Generate MRT and Evidence; Conclusion
ReferencesChapter 2: Processes for Description and Critical Analysis of Research; Search for Relevant Research; Strategies for Screening and Describing Studies; Process for Evaluating Studies; Form for Critique; Interrater Reliability; Results of Selection and Evaluation; Organization of Studies; Conclusion; References; Part II: Data for Knowledge Development; Reference; Chapter 3: Qualitative Studies; Overview of Qualitative Studies; Description of Studies Using Content Analysis; Description of Grounded Theory Studies; Description of Ethnographic Studies
Description of Studies Using PhenomenologyDescription of Mixed-Methods Studies; Description of Studies Using Analyses of Cases; Critique of Studies; Implications for Practice; Conclusion; References; Bibliography; Chapter 4: Quantitative Studies: Descriptive Designs; Overview of Studies Using Descriptive Design; Description of Studies Related to Internal Coping Processes; Description of Studies Concerning Adaptive Modes; Description of Studies Related to Stimuli; Descriptive Studies Concerning Relationships in Adapting Groups; Critique of Studies; Implications for Practice; Conclusion
ReferencesBibliography; Chapter 5: Quantitative Studies: Explaining, Predicting, and Prescribing Designs; Overview of Studies that Explain, Predict, or Prescribe; Description of Studies Related to Internal Coping Processes; Description of Studies Related to Adaptive Modes; Description of Studies Related to Stimuli; Critical Analyses of Studies; Conclusion; References; Bibliography; Chapter 6: Quantitative Studies: Interventions Designs; Overview of Studies with Intervention Designs; Description of Studies Related to Internal Coping Processes; Description of Studies Related to Adaptive Modes
Description of Studies Related to StimuliDescription of Studies Related to the Nursing Process; Critical Analysis of Studies; Conclusion; Reference; Bibliography; Part III: Middle Range Theories Derived From Research; References; Chapter 7: Synthesis of a Middle Range Theory of Coping; Generating a Middle Range Theory; Studies Selected for Middle Range Theory Development-Step 1; Concepts-Steps 2 and 3; Background; Concept 1-Stimuli; Concept 2-Coping Processes; Concept 3-Outcomes; Pictorial Schema-Step 4; Propositions-Step 5; Evidence-Step 6; Translations for Practice and Policy
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on Sept. 23, 2013).
Subject Nursing -- Philosophy.
Nursing models.
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Related To Print version: Roy, Callista Generating Middle Range Theory : From Evidence to Practice New York : Springer Publishing Company,c2013 9780826110091
ISBN 9780826110053 (electronic bk.)
0826110053 (electronic bk.)
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