Ethics In Nursing Research: Research And Nursing Practice

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INTRODUCTION This contextual project work is from block 2 course titled “Research and Nursing research.” It entails 10 concepts from which personal, social job application, and recent researches. CONCEPT 1 This concept is from block 2 course, module 2.3 “Ethics in research”. Ethics can also be considered as morals rules that distinguish between right and wrong. It is a norm for conduct that distinguishes between acceptable and unacceptable behavior. It can also be defined as the “discipline that study standards of conduct, such as philosophy, theology, law, psychology, sociology. Ethics in research, that promotes the aim of research, such as knowledge, truth, and avoidance of error. Wikepedia explained “ethics in research” as involving the…show more content…
In nursing practice, except for the periods of trainings either in basic registered nursing, specialization and degree program, research is not utilized although there is some degree of evidenced-based nursing practice in the daily practice. It is somehow difficult for nurses to experiment issues as regard patients because apart from the fact that we belong to a collaborating profession, autonomy is yet to be established. Nurses have enormous work-load on their jobs, it is sometimes difficult to access the current practices researched. Some do not have the habit of reading, there should first be a desire to knowledge before evidence-based research practice can gain grounds in nursing. We are not the most busy of professions, it is ignorance and limitations that serve as barriers to achieving what should be achieved. Notwithstanding there is a problem translating best evidence into clinical practice. 2.2. SOCIAL CONTEXT Florence Nightingale’s systematic work entails the best possible research, access to the best available government statistics and expertise, and collection of materials, her style was knowledge-based. In her time she was…show more content…
It is also the investigation of phenomena, typically in any depth and holistic fashion through the collection of rich narrative materials using a flexible research design (Atkinson, 1990) 5.1 PERSONAL CONTEXT Qualitative research is generally more interpretative and is use mostly is field of professional study. Following the various method of qualitative research; - Critical social research – is utilized in non verbal communication with clients/patients. - Ethical inquiry – related to patient rights and responsibilities. - Historical research – past histories are taken from patients and client issues and problems. - Case study – Nurses pick on cases of patients, audit them and research on them to enable all in all the best nursing practice for that particular case studied. 5.2 SOCIAL CONTEXT Qualitative research uses the social science and Governmental research to understand social recommendations regarding future developments and programs, including whether or not government should be involved. 5.3. APPLICATION IN CURRENT

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