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Hence, qualitative researches have proven to be used widely in GI nurses field.
Nursing is primarily interpretive. Nurses have an interest in the daily health experiences with their patients, and much qualitative research makes nurses think about their practice (Sandelowski et al. 2012). Patients have diverse perceptions of an issue that do not always fit into numerical quantitative research approaches. The qualitative approach allows nurses to review previous findings of an issue because the method does not have rigid formula and calculations like the quantitative approach. Qualitative analysis is better set to provide information about the meaning of a disease of patients and the way it has affected their life. It is rich in providing personal information and experiences through the interviews.
Nursing is a field of practice that borrows much of its information and knowledge from other diverse fields like medicine and psychology (Leeman and Sandelowski, 2012). The research analysis method adopted thus should depend on knowing the experiences of the participants through getting their views. A qualitative approach is interpretive and inductive and can create knowledge about human health and the disease experience of a participant.
Qualitative knowledge and information depend on data on the social context with the main aspect being the comprehension of human experiences. It is thus the most befitting approach for the nursing practice, as opposed to the quantitative research method. It ensures a unique perspective of the study question or issue and it always gives a deep insight into human beings when compared to quantitative analysis, which is an essential aspect of the nursing practice (Sandelowski and Leeman,
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All these researches dealt with the current issues facing elementary education; hence, their importance. Summary of Findings The aim of Patricia’s study was to establish whether educators who were using differentiated instructional techniques were producing greater achievement results with their students compared to educators who were not using differentiation techniques.
The methodology used by the researcher appropriately distinguishes the course of an initially hypothetical study into fruition through a comprehensive understanding of the goal of the research which correlates to the results. The choice between using quantitative and qualitative instruments in scientific research had been historically lenient to a quantitative process rather than a qualitative measurement.
The paper tells that the outcome of research results in quantitative studies is aimed at identification of trends in different areas of research. This is as opposed to the qualitative research where the aim of the study is to make decisions that are aimed at solving problems and helping in the improvement of the prevailing conditions.
In the Netherlands, the practice is legal even though patients and physicians do not have rights to the practice. The process of making decision into euthanasia also remains complex and requires emotional support to both patients and physicians (Dees, Vernooji-Dassen, Dekkers, Elwyn, Vissers and Weel, 2013).
Quantitative research therefore focuses on numerical trends and answers the question to what extent. In contrast, qualitative research tends to be broader than just measurements and considers themes and patterns exhibited by various phenomena ( Denzin, Norman,
They tend to provide less in-depth information about many people. In contrast, qualitative methods gather information summarized in wording form through narratives, accurate quotes, descriptions, lists, videos,
The research question proposed for this evidence would be to allow the use of qualitative inquiry in order to understand the experiences and practices of nurses and the environments of medical provision (Leeman & Sandelowski, 2012). Practice-based evidence is the