Ep-9 Johns Hopkins Nursing: Center for Nursing Inquiry | Questions First, Methods Second

September 4, 2019


In the ninth podcast, we bring back our guest from the Center for the Practice of Collaborative Leadership, Carolyn Cumpsty-Fowler, Ph.D., M.P.H.. First, Carolyn points out how you ask the question makes a world of difference as you approach your inquiry project work. Next, we discuss the importance of context, which is part of brainstorming. Finally, we challenge you to consider the fact that the people asking the questions may not have all of the answers... and give you tips regarding what to do about it!

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