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Publication Date: 1986
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Elizabeth M. Tornquist
Based on the author's extensive experience in working with nursing faculty and students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and in teaching seminars and workshops throughout the United States, this informal guide can help nurses communicate their research to colleagues in education, research, and practice. The three main parts of the book discuss the three types of writing related to the proposal; the thesis, dissertation, or research report; and the article reporting research. This handbook is for students, doctoral candidates, educators, researchers, and practitioners who want help in writing about their nursing research.Elizabeth M. Tornquist is the author of 'From Proposal to Publication: An Informal Guide to Writing About Nursing Research', published 1986 under ISBN 9780201080124 and ISBN 0201080125.
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