Nursing Research Topics In Nursing

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A comprehensive guide for nurses to select a research topic within nursing profession
Madiha Mukhtar
Mukhtar_maha@yahoo.com

ABSTRACT
Introduction: Research topics aren 't set in stone and choosing a research topic isn 't always a straightforward process. But it could be a quit tough task. The ability to develop a good research is an important skill and it comes by practice and broad study. When deciding on your topic there are few things that you are needed to do. Method: This research paper is a comprehensive review. Data were retrieved from PUBMED, CINHAL, NCBI pmc, Google Scholar and Nursing research books. Discussion: Research topic should be something that a researchers are particularly interested. If you pursue a topic that you
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Although it seems an easy to choose any kind of problem exist in your work area or the setting area in which you are planning to conduct a research. Research topics aren 't set in stone and choosing a research topic isn 't always a straightforward process. But it could be a quit tough task. As you begin to look for articles on your initial topic, your research idea may evolve along a new path. That 's okay! It 's all part of the research process. A research problem is an enigmatic or troubling condition. Researchers identify a research problem within a topic of interest. The purpose of research is to solve the problem or to contribute to its solution –by generating relevant evidences (Polit & Beck, 2016, P.69). Research questions are specific quarries researcher want to answer in addressing the problem. Research question guide the type of data to collect in a study. Researchers who make predictions about answers to research questions pose hypothesis that can be…show more content…
Nursing research is essential if nurses are to understand the varied dimensions of their profession. Research enables nurses to describe the characteristics of a particular nursing situation about which little is known, explain phenomena that must be considered in planning nursing care, predict the probable outcomes of certain nursing decisions , control the occurrence of undesired outcomes, and initiate activities to promote desired client behavior. Nurses increasingly are expected to adopt a research-based (or evidence-based) practice, using research findings to inform their decisions, actions and interactions with the clients. Nurses who incorporate high-quality research evidence into their clinical decisions and clinical recommendations are being professionally accountable to their clients. They are also reinforcing the identity of nursing as a profession (Polit, Beck & Hungler,
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