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Review of a Qualitative Research Study: Caring and Uncaring Experiences of Stroke Patients
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Review of a Qualitative Research Study: Caring and Uncaring Experiences of Stroke Patients (Student’s Name) (Course Code/Number) (Name of Professor) (Date of Submission) Review of a Qualitative Research Study: Caring and Uncaring Experiences of Stroke Patients Abstract The importance placed on nursing research, as well as the developments in this area of nursing have become more pronounced over the years.
This paper analyzed into the article authored by Widar, Ek, and Ahlstrom (2007) entitled, “Caring and Uncaring Experiences as Narrated by Persons with Long-term Pain after Stroke”. The technique of interviewing, as part of the qualitative method of research, was analyzed, as well as methods employed by the authors in data collection. Strengths and limitations of the study were also included in the discussion. Review of a Qualitative Research Study: Caring and Uncaring Experiences of Stroke Patients Introduction In recent years, Nursing Research has become among the most focal points of the nurse’s practice. This is especially after great emphasis has been placed on evidence-based nursing. Different methods of research have been developed to aid in the data gathering and analysis processes. An example of these methods is the Qualitative Method of research (Patton, 2002). A qualitative research involves the exploration of the aspects of humanity, as well as the in-depth analysis and understanding of the characteristics and qualities of a phenomenon (Flick, 2009). In contrast to quantitative studies which classifies and counts the features of subjects, qualitative researches collects subjective data in the form of words, objects or pictures (Holloway & Wheeler, 2000). ...
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