Ep-13 Johns Hopkins Nursing: Center for Nursing Inquiry | Is My Article a Research or Non-Research Article?

December 3, 2019

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In this next podcast, we review several criterion for helping you identify if your article is a research or non-research article. First, we discuss the significance of this process and why it matters to figure out if the article is a research study or a quality improvement project. We review the reasons why figuring this distinction out ahead of time is necessary. Next, we discuss specific tips for figuring out if the article is a research or non-research article. Finally, we review one specific strategy for figuring out if the project was a research study or a quality

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