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Nursing Research in the Philippines

Nursing Research in the Philippines Chapter 12 Nursing Research in the Philippines PHOEBE DAUZ WILLIAMS COLLEGE OF NuaslNO UNIVERSITY OF FLoRIDA CONTENTS Review of Studies 264 Education 265 Nursing Service Administration 266 Patient Care Evaluation and Recommendations 282 This chapter includes two major sections. The first is a review of studies in the following areas: education, nursing service administra­ tion, community health nursing, maternity nursing, psychiatric nurs­ ing, medical-surgical nursing, and pediatric nursing. The second is devoted to evaluation and recommendations. Historically, Williams (l980b) surveyed studies done by nurses in the Philippines between 1935 and 1979 to identify the areas of knowl­ edge most and least commonly studied. The survey showed a heavy emphasis on studies in nursing education (37070) and nursing service (400/0). Only 16% of studies were done in patient care" administration and 70/0 in related research. Much of the research was limited in scope: the immediate aim seemed. to be the generation of answers to specific problems in the researchers' work settings. Many of the studies were done to satisfy the requirements of a graduate deiree. A majority of the studies were performed using nonexperimental approaches 263 264 C1rHER RESEARCH and descriptive methods of data analysis. However, there were several methodological http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Review of Nursing Research Springer Publishing

Nursing Research in the Philippines

Annual Review of Nursing Research , Volume 6 (1): 29 – Sep 1, 1988

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0739-6686
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1944-4028
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10.1891/0739-6686.6.1.263
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Chapter 12 Nursing Research in the Philippines PHOEBE DAUZ WILLIAMS COLLEGE OF NuaslNO UNIVERSITY OF FLoRIDA CONTENTS Review of Studies 264 Education 265 Nursing Service Administration 266 Patient Care Evaluation and Recommendations 282 This chapter includes two major sections. The first is a review of studies in the following areas: education, nursing service administra­ tion, community health nursing, maternity nursing, psychiatric nurs­ ing, medical-surgical nursing, and pediatric nursing. The second is devoted to evaluation and recommendations. Historically, Williams (l980b) surveyed studies done by nurses in the Philippines between 1935 and 1979 to identify the areas of knowl­ edge most and least commonly studied. The survey showed a heavy emphasis on studies in nursing education (37070) and nursing service (400/0). Only 16% of studies were done in patient care" administration and 70/0 in related research. Much of the research was limited in scope: the immediate aim seemed. to be the generation of answers to specific problems in the researchers' work settings. Many of the studies were done to satisfy the requirements of a graduate deiree. A majority of the studies were performed using nonexperimental approaches 263 264 C1rHER RESEARCH and descriptive methods of data analysis. However, there were several methodological

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Annual Review of Nursing ResearchSpringer Publishing

Published: Sep 1, 1988

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