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The dichotomy that faces nursing tutorial staff  [PDF]
Andrea M. Corbett
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2011.11002
Abstract: There is a requirement for tutorial staff teaching on a degree programme to be engaged in research activity on a continuing basis. This is often in conflict with the demands that tutors in the Bachelor of Nursing programme are required to have academic ability and clinical skills whilst at the same time, engage in meaningful research activity. This does not occur. A study of the literature finds a commonality of this dichotomy throughout the world. A question is raised as to the impact of the increasing age of the nursing workforce; does this have an impact on the develop-ment of a research culture? It is suggested that the joint project approach adopted by the WITT (Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki) School of Nursing will assist in overcoming some of the identi-fied issues and begin the development of a research culture within the School that will be ongoing.
Investigación de enfermería: una caracterización en dos publicaciones latinoamericanas
Díaz Heredia,Luz Patricia; Bueno Robles,Luz Stella; Mejía Rojas,María Elena; López,Lucero;
Avances en Enfermería , 2011,
Abstract: the quantitative and descriptive study that describes the articles published in the magazines avances en enfermería (rae) from colombia and the latin-americana de enfermagem (rle) from brazil between 2002 and 2007. the goal of this study is to identify the characteristics of the researches prepared by two latin-american educational facilities that offer a doctoral degree in nursing. methodology: a study of the total number of research articles published between 2002 and 2007 by these two magazines was performed. from a total of 532 articles, 49 were published by rae and 487 by rle. results: the qualitative researches were more common in the rae, with 79% of the total published articles; whereas the qualitative studies represented 49.4% of the research papers published by rle. the use of theoretical references represented 49.8% and 40.9% in rae and rle, respectively. collectively- authored articles were overwhelmingly common in rle, with 93%, some of which had doctoral degrees; whereas in the rae individual authors represented 51%, some of which had master's degrees. conclusions: researches published in the magazines in question are based on different paradigms and possess a growing amount of theoretical support from their own and other disciplines. a small number of assistant nursing publications and experimental designs were found.
Nurses’ perspective of the research-practice gap in nursing  [PDF]
Clara Agbedia, Ijeoma Okoronkwo, E. Onokayeigho, Mary Ann Agbo
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2014.42013

This work aims to explore the views of Nigerian nurses on research-practice gap in the clinical practice and the challenges in the utilization of nursing research. The results from in-depth interview and focus group discussion demonstrated that a research-practice gap existed in the clinical setting. The nurses generally did not utilize research findings in their practice. Some useful suggestions were recommended to solve the problem.

Perceptions on the Efficacy of Simulation  [PDF]
Holli Sowerby
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2015.512119
Abstract: This qualitative case study addressed recent graduates’ perception of the efficacy of simulation in registered nursing education. Finding clinical placement is one of the greatest challenges faced by schools of nursing. One possible solution is to use high-fidelity simulation manikins to substitute for clinical experience. The research that exists regarding nursing simulation laboratory experiences focuses on improvement on exam scores and preparation for national board examinations. Very little research explores recently graduated nurse’s perceptions about the efficacy of simulation experiences. The conceptual framework for this study was the constructivist theory. This is a process of experience and reflection. It is a dynamic process that changes as the learner internalizes the experience. This study allowed the researcher to understand how recent graduates perceive the value of simulation experiences. Two research questions were identified: 1) How do recent graduates of registered nurse (RN) education programs view the simulation lab experiences from nursing school? 2) In what ways do the perceptions of simulation experiences differ between associate degree RN program graduates and bachelors program RN graduates? A case study research design was used to explore the perceptions of recently graduated RN about their experience with simulation. By interviewing recent graduates’ perceptions about their experiences with high-fidelity simulation in nursing school, and documenting their perceptions about the efficacy of those simulation experiences, information was obtained that might allow schools of nursing to increase the effectiveness of the simulation experience or validate its applicability in the real world setting.
Um olhar sobre as ciências da enfermagem: as vertentes analíticas das praticas assistenciais
Egry, Emiko Yoshikawa;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342001000300010
Abstract: this essay goals to present a reflection about issues of research and nursing practice in brazil, in the context of the end of second millenium. it criticizes current and tradicional framework adopted in researches and practices. finally it suggests the adoption òf new paradigm in the researches and practices of nursing.
A comiss?o de pesquisa da Escola de Enfermagem de Ribeir?o Preto da Universidade de S?o Paulo: objetivos e atua??o (1989-2003)
Villa, Tereza Cristina Scatena;évora, Yolanda Dora Martinez;Costa, Maria Cristina Silva;Zanetti, Maria Lúcia;Carvalho, Ana Maria Pimenta;Nakano, Ana Márcia Spanó;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692004000500018
Abstract: this paper translates the fourteen-year history of the research committee of the college of nursing at ribeir?o preto-usp. it shows the tasks, competencies and activities accomplished by their members, emphasizing the institutional scientific initiation program by the national council for scientific and technological development and the university of s?o paulo, the international scientific initiation symposium by the university of s?o paulo, the research groups and the research grant resource modalities under the committee's responsibility or monitoring, highlighting its growing importance in the college of nursing at ribeir?o preto-usp.
Pesquisa básica na enfermagem
Alves, Leila Maria Marchi;Nogueira, Maria Suely;Godoy, Simone de;Cárnio, Evelin Capellari;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692004000100017
Abstract: the integration between basic science and research in the field of nursing is an emerging subject and expanding in many countries. however, in brazil, researchers have shown little interest in exploring this line of research, in spite of the numerous benefits it may bring to nursing care practice. in this article, by means of a bibliographic review, we will focus on the importance of basic research and take into consideration our own experiences and expectations as nursing researchers, emphasizing the possibility of integrating fundamental and experimental science with nursing research and practice.
Uma amostra da produ??o científica da regi?o sudeste do Brasil no período de 1987-1991
Luis, Margarita Antonia Villar;Nogueira, Maria Suely;Diniz, Sebastiana;Oliveira, Eliene Reis de;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 1993, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11691993000300009
Abstract: the study’s goal was to investigate the scientific production in brazil’s southeast region during 1987 to 1991 period. to do that, letters were sent to 15 nursing schools that we had the address or through personal contact with someone from the institutions, asking a list of their scientific production during the period above stated. in order to be included in the study, the article had to meet some criteria that were established as import for a quantitative evaluation and classification. after that, qualitative evaluation and classification. after that, qualitative classification was done by the article’s tile using nine categories. the total of publications found were 2237 articles from which, 1585 were from nursing schools in the state of s?o paulo, 222 from hospitals in the city of s?o paulo, 296 from federal university of minas gerais' school of nursing and 134 from nursing schools in rio de janeiro.
More responsibilities to OBJN′s people...
Margareth Santos Zanchetta
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2007,
Aplica??o da Teoria do Cuidado Transpessoal de Jean Watson: uma década de produ??o brasileira
Favero, Luciane;Meier, Marineli Joaquim;Lacerda, Maria Ribeiro;Mazza, Ver?nica de Azevedo;Kalinowski, Luísa Canestraro;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002009000200016
Abstract: this systematic review aimed to describe and analyze the use of jean watson's theory of human caring in brazilian studies in the last ten years. a literature search using medline (medlars - medical literature analysis and retrieval system), lilacs (latin american and caribbean health science literature) bdenf (nursing database), and scielo (scientific electronic library online) databases was conducted. a sample of 34 publications met the systematic review inclusion criteria. the results showed that 61.8% of the studies were conducted in the south of brazil, and these studies suggested that the theory of human caring could be used in the three levels of care: primary, secondary, and tertiary. the majority of publications (64.7%) used the carative factors proposed by jean watson in 1979. there is a need for research approaches in respect to changes occurred in the theory of human caring that evolved into the clinical caritas processes. few studies have tested these new processes. this fact makes difficulty to use them in clinical practice.
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