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The language of research (part 1): research paradigms

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The language of research (part 1): research paradigms

Peter Ellis
28 June 2014

This series of papers will explore the nature of healthcare research and how it is applied to studying clinical issues. Within the series, we will explore research methodologies, methods, ethics, sampling, quality related issues, the understanding of results and how research might be used to inform practice changes. Throughout the series examples will be used to demonstrate the applicability of research to the work of the tissue viability and wound care specialist nurses.

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