Salient Features of the book:
- The book is written as per the new INC syllabus and highly useful for both undergraduate and postgraduate nursing students.
- In addition to the prescribed syllabus guidelines, many new things such as Artificial Intelligence in Nursing Research; Specialty wise Issues in Nursing Research; Conducting Cochrane Systematic Review; Clinical Trial Registry of India (CTRI): Quality Assurance Studies in Health Care Settings; Legal Issues in Nursing Research: Newer Techniques of Data Collection, etc. are added.
- Each chapter begins with learning objectives, chapter outline and key terms.
- All key terms are well defined in the chapters.
- An exhaustive glossary of important terms related to research is given at the end of the book. The readers may find it useful to study the definitions given in the glossary before reading each chapter for better understanding.
- Eminent nursing experts have reviewed the content of the book.
- Highly experienced and qualified authors have put their heads together to bring out their best regarding research to help the students achieve excellent academic orientation.
- There is complete coverage of the research process from conception to application.
- Throughout the book, the text has been supported with numerous appropriate current research examples.
- Simple and understandable language; diagrams and the flow charts at the appropriate places make the book easy-to-use and comprehend.
- A summary of main concepts is given at the end of each chapter.
- Each chapter ends with long and short answer type and multiple choice questions.
- References are given in Vancouver style.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Sukhpal Kaur | Amarjeet Singh|
|Size||8.5” X 11”|
|About the Author||
Sukhpal Kaur (PhD) is Lecturer at National Institute of Nursing Education, PGIMER, Chandigarh, India. She has twenty-four years of teaching experience. She has a number of Awards and Honors to her credit. She is member of Editorial board of various National and International journals. She has one hundred and seventy-five publications in reputed journals and has contributed thirty-seven chapters in various other books. She has written seventeen books on patient education and edited eight textbooks. She has keen interest in Research, Geriatric care, Palliative care, Chronic illnesses, and Women's health. She has completed eighteen research projects as principal investigator funded from DST New Delhi; DBT New Delhi; ICMR New Delhi; DST, UT Chandigarh; and PGIMER Chandigarh Research Scheme.
Amarjeet Singh (MD Community Medicine) is Professor and Head of Department of Community Medicine and School of Public Health, PGIMER, Chandigarh. He has published more than two hundred and fifty papers, hundred and thirty chapters and thirty-five books. He has completed sixty-one research projects. His work on Mobile Phone-Based Health Care (with Dr Surya Bali) was listed as an "Innovative Approaches" in HSPROD database. He initiated a new concept of establishing Multipurpose Behavior Therapy Room in OPD to enhance satisfaction of doctors and patients. He has also produced eight short films on various topics of public health. He is a recipient of Harcharan Singh Oration and Dhanwantri Oration.