Nursing research and practice involve providing proper clinical care and also care that is concerned with coordination (Roe & Webb, 1998).
It is defined as the study of a problem in the field of nursing. It is essential in terms of development in the sector, and also creates the basis for nursing practice. When it comes to nursing research and practice, those involved in providing the proper medical care have a role of ensuring that the participant of the research is catered for in terms of safety and maintenance (American Nurses Association, 2010). They also make sure that there is proper consent involved and that the data collected is correct since it will be utilized as a reference at one time or another. They also ensure that data collection, recording and storage is done well, and the process followed up. There are certain factors that are involved and relate to nursing research and practice. They include; client, environment, health and nursing.
The client or the person who is involved needs to give consent before the research begins, when it comes to nursing research and practice. Proper consent from an individual is required since it gets the researchers one step closer to figuring out the main cause of the problem in the medical field and also to figuring out the best way to deal with the current problem. It is also essential that consent be given before the collection of data is done. In order for the research to bear fruit, then there is a need to be cooperation, both from the researcher and the individual being researched. A willing client gives much better results than an unwilling one. Another factor that relates to nursing research and practice is the environment (Roe & Webb, 1998).
The proper environment should be present for a better chance of collecting the required results. Suppose the problem is within a certain area, then the best approach is to