Clinical

Our clinical nursing articles aim to inform and educate nurse practitioners and students. This is achieved through the publication of peer-reviewed, evidence-based, relevant and topical articles.

Bayesian analysis for nurse and midwifery research: statistical, practical and ethical benefits

Bayesian analysis for nurse and midwifery research

Statistical, practical and ethical benefits of the Bayesian approach

Using a mixed methods grounded theory methodology to explain neonatal nurses’ professional quality of life

Using mixed methods grounded theory to explain neonatal nurses’ quality of life

Evaluate examples of optimal use and appraisal of mixed methods grounded theory methodology

Managing the elephant in the room: responding to COVID-19’s impact on data collection

Managing the elephant in the room: responding to COVID-19’s impact on data collection

How to change data collection methods rather than abandoning research

The improvement in research orientation among clinical nurses in Qatar: a cross-sectional study

The improvement in research orientation among clinical nurses in Qatar

Why is there less nursing research in the Middle East than in other countries?

Research behind a webcam: an exploration of virtual interviewing with children and young people

Research behind a webcam: an exploration of virtual interviewing with children

Learn more about virtually interviewing children and young people

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Developing codes from the interview: reading versus listening

Developing codes from the interview: reading versus listening

Create strategies for efficiently analysing data in a grounded theory study

Is this a good questionnaire? Dimensionality and category functioning of questionnaires used in nursing research

Dimensionality and category functioning of questionnaires used in nursing research

Using modern Rasch techniques of objective measurement to develop high-quality questionnaires

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Development and validation of a measure to assess patients’ perceptions of their safety in an acute hospital setting

Assessing patients’ perceptions of their safety in an acute hospital setting

How a measure was developed and validated to assess perceptions of safety

Developing a self-administered questionnaire: methods and considerations

Developing a self-administered questionnaire: methods and considerations

A structured process for developing self-administered questionnaires

Academic writing retreats for nurses and allied health professionals: developing engagement, dissemination and collaboration opportunities

Academic writing retreats for nurses and allied health professionals

Developing engagement, dissemination and collaboration opportunities

Psychoanalytic therapy and narrative research interviewing: some reflections

Psychoanalytic therapy and narrative research interviewing: some reflections

Consider how you conduct interviews and what to share of the participants’ accounts

Using mobile phones, WhatsApp and phone interviews to explore how children’s hospice nurses manage long-term relationships with parents: a feasibility pilot

Exploring how children’s hospice nurses manage long-term relationships with parents

A feasibility study using mobile phones, WhatsApp and phone interviews

Handling missing data through prevention strategies in self-administered questionnaires

A discussion paper on strategies to prevent missing data in self-administered questionnaires

Being reflexive in research and clinical practice: a practical example

Being reflexive as a researcher and a nurse can transform the care of patients and families

Reflecting on ‘insider’ and ‘outsider’ positionality in culturally sensitive research

Insights from a female researcher undertaking research with young Pakistani men

The changing paradigm of research delivery during a pandemic – a reflective account

How clinical research nurse leaders in two NHS organisations responded to the pandemic

Experiences of a community of research practice: a service evaluation

Learn about the benefits and challenges of a community of practice for research

Perspectives on reporting non-verbal interactions

Qualitative researchers need to reach a consensus on focus groups and group interviews

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