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  • Fostering a Research-Intensive Organization: An Interdisciplinary Approach for Nurses from Massachusetts General Hospital

    Fostering a Research Intensive Organization details the ways a strong nursing research agenda can positively impact patient care and influence the redesign of services necessary to nimbly respond in an ever-changing healthcare environment. Authors, and Massachusetts General Hospital nurse leaders, Jeanette Ives Erickson, Marianne Ditomassi, and Dorothy A. Jones provide a comprehensive review to support the practice environment as an important place to advance nursing science through research.

    Price: US $49.95 | ISBN: 9781-940446004 | Release Date: 2015

  • Business Administration for Clinical Trials: Managing Research Strategy, Finance, Regulation, and Quality

    This unique resource provides a road map to managing responsibilities, fostering productive environments, managing finance and regulations, and more. Starting with a multidisciplinary approach to health care research administration, the authors share their tools, techniques, and tactics to create an effective research infrastructure.

    Price: US $44.95 | ISBN: 9781-938835551 | Release Date: 2014

  • Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses, Second Edition

    Fully updated and expanded, this is one of the most useful books for nurses needing help with everything from writing a research paper to editing a published manuscript. The new edition includes expanded coverage of open access, online journals, social media, marketing your work, and tools for your writing projects.

    Price: US $44.95 | ISBN: 9781-938835421 | Release Date: 2014

  • Anatomy of Research for Nurses

    This book covers everything from formulating a hypothesis to legal and ethical issues in performing and funding a research study.
    Authors Hedges and Williams provide a user-friendly approach that bridges the gaps between academic learning and research in a clinical setting.

    Price: US $44.95 | ISBN: 9781-938835117 | Release Date: 2014

  • Clinical Research Manual: Practical Tools and Templates for Managing Daily Activities

    Clinical Research Manual is the “must-have” book for anyone working in the day-to-day operations of a research study or clinical trial. Filled with tools, techniques, and templates, this manual offers clinical research professionals the foundation they need to successfully organize their research operations. Authors R. Jennifer Cavalieri and Mark E. Rupp share their best practices and demonstrate their multidisciplinary approach to conducting clinical trials in the health care setting. The Clinical Research Manual offers practical strategies and examples for working through study feasibility, budgeting, regulatory, risk management, and daily study activities. With this book, you can plan head to avoid pitfalls and ensure success.

    Price: US $44.95 | ISBN: 9781-937554637 | Release Date: 2013

  • Nurse's Grant Writing Advantage

    Have you had to find project funding or contribute to a grant request? Grantwriting can be an intimidating concept for nurses. The Nurse’s Grantwriting Advantage by Rebecca Bowers-Lanier, offers a step-by-step guide for nurses who are writing a grant proposal for the first time or who have submitted previous grants but want to do so more effectively. With the popular Nurse Advantage Series, Grantwriting offers list, tips, tricks, and quick references; this book makes it easy for any nurse to understand what’s involved.

    Price: US $24.95 | ISBN: 9781-930538733 | Release Date: 2011

  • Interpretive Phenomenology for Nurses and Social Scientists

    Interpretative phenomenological analysis aims to offer insights into how a person within a given context makes sense of a phenomenon—usually these phenomena relate to experiences of some personal significance such as a major life event (acute or chronic illness, death of a loved one, change in economic status, etc.) or the development of an important relationship. Interpretive phenomenology augments the decontextualized stories—those told without consideration of the wholeness of one’s life—told by rational-empirical research studies of human beings. It reveals knowledge embedded in caring, cultural and social practices, engaged skilled actions, embodied know-how, and concrete ways people cope with everyday life events such as health, illness, injury, birth, suffering, and dying.

    Price: US $59.95 | ISBN: 978-1-930538-88-7 | Release Date: 2010

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