Topic - Grading of Qualitative, Quantitative, and Economic Evidence in Advanced Nursing Practice.
Articulate the knowledge, skills, and integrative abilities necessary for grading qualitative, quantitative, and economic evidence that serve to shape the advanced nursing practice environment.
Grading of research methods in health care provisions implies to the quality of the nature of the research design and its influence towards cost-effectiveness. Both qualitative and quantitative routines give a different result towards the estimation of economic evidence in the sector. All the activities carried out either for the wellbeing of the medical practitioners or the patients must consider the economic value to avoid cases of failure in the future due to the lack of funds. Research processes open up chances for the accusation of skills and knowledge required to determine the economic evidence in the medical segment (Holloway & Galvin, 2016). Economic evidence is the type of experience that ensures for the accountability of all the costs in the nursing environment as it shapes practices of advanced healthcare delivery. The quality of medical research goes hand in hand with the costs involved and hence the nature of skills and awareness provided to the practitioners. Depending on the type of research method used, the prices involved in the operations of any institution or center might vary. The outcomes from the observations through the qualitative and quantitative processes provide the management and all other stakeholders involved information to achieve better results (Anderson, Hair & Todero, 2012). The nurses also get the motivation to apply their experiences in advancing their practice in providing quality services for their patients. Grading is, therefore, an essential activity in the research connected to health care as it ensures the determination of economic values and thus uses the data to make progressive decisions in every department.
Anderson, G., Hair, C., & Todero, C. (2012). Nurse residency programs: An evidence-based review of theory, process, and outcomes. Journal of Professional Nursing, 28(4), 203-212.
Holloway, I., & Galvin, K. (2016). Qualitative research in nursing and healthcare. John Wiley & Sons.