Strategies for teaching research: A survey of baccalaureate programs
The purpose of this study was to survey educators in National League for Nursing-accredited baccalaureate programs regarding placement and teaching strategies for nursing research and assignments used to integrate research throughout the curriculum. The 25-item survey instrument was sent to 100 randomly selected deans and directors of schools, 67 of whom responded. Demographic and descriptive data are reported. Assignments specific for theory and clinical courses are tabulated. Although a number of variables, such as size of school, region, education of faculty, and presence of a graduate program were analyzed, no significant correlations were found.
Journal of Professional Nursing
Wheeler, Kathleen; Fasano, Nancy; and Burr, Laura, "Strategies for teaching research: A survey of baccalaureate programs" (1995). Nursing and Health Studies Faculty Publications. 183.
Wheeler, K., Fasano, N., & Burr, L. (1995). Strategies for teaching research: A survey of baccalaureate programs. Journal of Professional Nursing, 11(4), 233-238. doi:10.1016/S8755-7223(95)80025-5.
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