Is the definition of the concept of caring as presented in the theory of nursing as caring congruent with your own conceptual definition of caring?
Nursing theory class
Is the definition of the concept of caring as presented in the theory of nursing as caring congruent with your own conceptual definition of caring? What is it about the definition that is different? What is it about the definition that is similar? Identify one MSN Essential that most closely relates to how you understand and view caring and briefly explain your reason for the selection.
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#2. Nnursing research class
How would your questions and strengths change if you were to perform the same study using a different method?
The proposed qualitative question for the desired research project is;
What are the different factors that hinder the transfer of clinical skills among nursing students?
According to Creswell (2014), “Narrative Approach” follows a set of in-depth interviews to study the lives of different individuals. Consequently, the identified information leads to the development of different themes, words and illustrates the stories. Therefore, this research question will be investigated under narrative qualitative research design. Furthermore, the research approach will follow in-depth semi-structured interviews because an in depth one-to-one interview between the researcher and the respondent allows the researcher to ask many questions from the participants to collect information (Zikmund et al., 2013). According to Mathew & Ross (2010), strengths of in-depth interview are; to follow common questions
introduction of interview questions in different ways or orders as necessary, and to allow the interviewee to answer the questions in their own way using their words (story telling)
Whereas the disadvantages of in-depth interviews are; they can be very time-consuming