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The results of the analysis were extrapolated to give five basic nursing qualities desired by women after giving birth.
The experience that a woman gets during and after giving birth can make or break her will to continue siring more children. Thus, if a woman experience during giving birth is positively satisfactory, then the woman is prepared for future siring of children (CY Chan, Wong, Lam, Wong, & Kwok, 2014). However, if a woman gets a negative experience after giving birth, her will to continue siring more children is broken.
The significance of this study to nursing is that; child birth is a very phenomenal event in the life of a woman, and giving her a satisfactory experience is very important for the nursing profession. Thus, the study is significant to the nursing profession, since it establishes the qualities that the nurses attending to women during giving birth should have, and prepares the nursing profession for satisfactory attending to pregnant women after giving birth (CY Chan, Wong, Lam, Wong, & Kwok, 2014).
The purpose of the study was to establish the best qualities that nurses attending to women during and after giving birth should posses. The objective of the study was to establish the best qualities of obstetric nurses that can lead to satisfactory attending of postpartum women. The phenomenon of this study being that the role of the obstetric nurses is important in defining the satisfactory levels of women during and after giving birth (CY Chan, Wong, Lam, Wong, & Kwok, 2014).
The study applied a qualitative research methodology. Purposive sampling was applied to select fifteen women who had given birth to healthy children in a private hospital Hong Kong (CY Chan, Wong, Lam, Wong, & Kwok, 2014). Semi-structured interviews were applied to gather information from the postpartum women. The interpretive phenomological analysis was undertaken
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The study will address the ethical considerations relating to research in tourism. In tourist sectors, there is need for more research to enhance concrete understanding. In the tourism researches the ethical issues which affected the researcher and the subject are very important to realize the best outcome of the research.
The reason for this is that one of these, i.e. questionnaire brings out just numbers and information while the focus group methodology aims to explore how and why these numbers or information sets have come up from and what are the exact reasons behind the very same.
So companies implement either quantitative, or qualitative research. Quantitative, and qualitative research have many significant differences. The subject of this paper will discuss the differences between quantitative, and qualitative research. Readers will have a clearer understanding of the differences between quantitative, and qualitative research.
What does Qualitative Research Mean to Me?
This essay will show the importance of qualitative research as a tool for sociological data collection. It will discuss the procedure to be accepted by the researcher and the qualities and dispositions, which are important for the qualitative researcher.
The essay will also include issues such as ontology, and epistemology in identifying the strengths, weaknesses of both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Several studies have been done in the field of health sciences to establish different aspects of health inequalities.
Health organizations are finding it difficult to attract or retain quality employees. Reports from the US Bureau of Statistics predict that demand for registered nurses will increase by 60% by 2018 (Davis, Ward, Woodall, Shultz, & Davis, 2007). In addition, 50% of all nursing graduate leave their first job within the first two years.
Although type II diabetes can be controlled, there are several consequences of the disease that can make life extremely uncomfortable for these individuals, and the disease can often be fatal (Esden & Nichols, 2013). One method for treating these patients is a group approach focused on patient-centered care.
Moreover, research studies in the human science fields; such as health and social sciences, not only refine and add to what is already known in theory and practice, it also empowers the professional to capably foresee and manage the complex and constantly changing challenges facing these professions, considering the changing conditions of the human beings (Laws and Marcus, 2003).
Success or failure of any social research directly depends upon the method chosen. Consequently, in order to choose the most appropriate method of collecting information the researcher must be aware of the peculiarities, advantages and disadvantages of each method applicable to the realm he/she works in.