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1. Annersten, M., & Wredling, R. (2006). "How to write a research proposal." Reliability and validity in a nutshell." Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18, 3237-3243.
2. Astroth, K. S., & Chung, S. Y. (2018). Focusing on the fundamentals: Reading qualitative research with a critical eye. Nephrology Nursing Journal, 45(4), 381- 386.
3. Astroth, K. S., & Chung, S. Y. (2018). Focusing on the fundamentals: Reading quantitative research with a critical eye. Nephrology Nursing Journal, 45(3), 283 - 387.
4. Coughlin, M., Cronin, P., & Ryan, F. (2007). "Step-by-step guide to critiquing research. Part 1: Quantitative research." British Journal of Nursing, 16(11), 658-663.
5. Gawlinski, A. (2008, July). "The power of clinical nursing research: Engage clinicians, improve patients' lives, and forge a professional legacy." American Journal of Critical Care, 17(4), 315-326.
6. Neill, James. (2004). How to choose tools, instruments, and questionaires for intervention research and evaluation. Retrieved from http://www.wilderdom.com/tools/ToolsHowChoose.html#Length
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1. Coughlan, Michael, Cronin, Patricia, Ryan, Frances. ( 2009). "Survey research: Process and limitations." International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 16 (1), 9-15.
2. Oermann, M. H., Shaw-Kokot, J., Knafl, G. J., & Dowell, J. (2010). "Dissemination of research into clinical nursing literature." Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19, 3435-3442.
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