Roy, Callista.

Generating Middle Range Theory : From Evidence to Practice. - 1 online resource (403 pages) - eBooks on Demand .

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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 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

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 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 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

Callista Roy, one of nursing's leading theorists and creator of the widely used Roy Adaptation Model of Nursing, presents a unique pathway for developing knowledge for nursing practice. Her book distills the most relevant information from 200 published research studies to provide a roadmap for progressing from nursing research to middle-range theory to optimum practice regimens. It is based on tested knowledge, clear evidence, and refined caring perspectives. Step by step, the text identifies and critiques research suited for developing cumulative knowledge for practice and uses the research t.

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Nursing--Philosophy.
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