Cluett, Elizabeth R. and Bluff, Rosalind (eds.)
Principles and practice of research in midwifery: 2nd edition,
London, UK, Churchill Livingstone, 308pp.
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This book is a clear and concise introduction to all aspects of research viewed from a midwifery perspective. It gives equal weight to quantitative and qualitative approaches, describes principles underlying the previous approaches used in midwifery research, and offers midwifery and neonatal examples throughout. The reader is guided through the practical considerations of research as well as helped to critique research literature. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Building on the strengths of the first edition, this new edition of "Principles and Practice of Research in Midwifery" clearly and concisely examines evidence based practice and research from a midwifery standpoint. This book provides an excellent introduction to the subject and looks at various methods and principles from practical and theoretical perspectives. Equal weight is given to the quantitative and qualitative approaches. New chapters on evidence based research and interviewing in qualitative research ensure that this edition is fully relevant to current research and practice. Written by authors with clinical and research experience, this book is intended for midwives and student midwives participating in Diploma, Advanced Diploma and first level degree programmes. It aims to increase research awareness and develop the skills of critical appraisal of research evidence that are essential to evidence based practice. Used in conjunction with other texts, Principles and Practice of Research in Midwifery will give confidence to those undertaking research projects by helping to bridge the reality gap between research and theory and its application to midwifery practice.
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