Middle Range Theories: Application to Nursing Research and Practice, 5th Edition
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Give students the knowledge and critical thinking capability to effectively select and apply theories. The premiere resource for nursing students completing major research or practice projects, Middle Range Theories: Application to Nursing Research and Practice, 5th Edition provides expert advice on selecting the appropriate theory for a nursing research project and developing the critical thinking skills needed to critique theories. Each theory chapter details examples of the theory’s use in research and its application to clinical practice, as well as critical thinking exercises and a variety of essential tools for the nurse researcher. Authors Sandra J. Peterson and Timothy S. Bredow cover the most frequently cited middle range theories that can be applied to research and practice, organizing them into Physiological, Cognitive, Emotional, Social and Integrative categories that allow students to easily apply them to projects. Thoroughly updated and focused on helping students develop the project management skills essential to today’s nursing workforce, this Fifth Edition introduces a new chapter and helpful box feature that guides students through the planning, management and evaluation of projects.
Nursing philosophy, Nursing research
Peterson, Sandra J. and Bredow, Timothy S., "Middle Range Theories: Application to Nursing Research and Practice, 5th Edition" (2020). Faculty Books. 12.
Earlier editions of the textbook are available in the Bethel Library - https://libsearch.bethel.edu/permalink/01CLIC_BETHEL/5rnmhf/alma991005795749003686