Sources for the literature and examples your literature review should integrate a wide range of sources such as: bookstextbooks remain as the most important source to find models and theories related to the research area. Implementing evidence into practice requires nurses to identify, critically appraise and synthesise research this may require a comprehensive literature review: this article aims to outline the approaches and stages required and provides a working example of a published review. A literature review is an essay that surveys, summarizes, links together, and assesses research in a given field it surveys the literature by reviewing a large body of work on a subject it summarizes by noting the main conclusions and findings of the research it links together works in the literature by showing how the information fits into the overall academic discussion and how the. Primary sources are the raw material of the research process secondary sources are based on primary sources for example, if you were researching konrad adenauer's role in rebuilding west germany after world war ii, adenauer's own writings would be one of many primary sources available on this topic.
The nurse is doing a literature review related to a potential problem that has been identified on the nursing unit the nurse realizes that nursing research is important in that it is designed to (select all that apply. Literature for published studies on a topic relevant to one's question requires knowledge of data- bases such as medline, cumulative index to nursing and allied health, or hospital literature index. Medical library home prime source of nursing and allied health literature bni via nhs athens (select nhs england from the list.
A nursing student is reading a research article from a nursing journal the student is aware that the paragraph at the beginning of the article that summarizes the article and the findings of the research is a good place to start when reading this article. Literature reviews can range from quick and dirty to detailed and thorough when searching for the evidence or working under the title of 'evidence based' it's best to be as detailed and thorough as possible. In nursing research, the term literature review is also used to describe a portion of a written research report that is summary of the information known about a topic b purposes of literature review (verb. Medical and nursing literature can be a rich source of information on patient experiences in the form of standards of practice, most of them in classic texts that are updated every one to three years. Critiquing sources found have you clearly (and logically) ordered and sorted the research, focusing on themes or ideas rather than the authors does the review move from broader concepts to a more specific focus.
It is called so because the book tells about the saving grace of god through his son, jesus christ which is considered the good news gospels contain the story of jesus' life and what he has done to save the people from their sins as the son of god. Literature reviews can be used to define the state of the science in a given area of practice when results are published, these reviews are referred to as integrative reviews (compiles several studies into one article) of literature. This study compares the usefulness of the medline and cinahl databases for students on post-registration nursing courses we searched for nine topics, using title words only.
Selecting sources of literature 2 (other (not listed) sample) select an issue from the following list: nursing shortage and nurse turn-over,. Selecting a topic the ability to develop a good research topic is an important skill an instructor may assign you a specific topic, but most often instructors require you to select your own topic of interest. Nurses, nursing students, researchers, medical librarians, and nurse educators depend on ebsco health's nursing databases for a comprehensive collection of evidence-based medical literature from reliable sources full-text for top nursing and medical journals researchers can access full text for.
Nursing workload measures do not guarantee efficiency, nor do they adequately capture the complexity of nursing work- load review of the literature indicates nurses perceive the quality of their work has diminished. Selecting sources of literature in this paper, a rapid appraisal is performed on 15 peer-reviewed articles that describe the issue and that support the proposed solution for this research, the picot question is as follows: how does nurse retention in hospitals with healthy work environments/magnet status compare to nurse retention in non. Given the complexity of gray literature and the likelihood that a given review may not be able to fully search and include all gray literature, we recommend that the review protocol define, a priori, the sources of gray literature , and the eligibility criteria applied to them the following are our recommendations for how to approach selecting.