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What implications do research methodologies have for families who are the subjects of research?

Discuss the challenges that exist in implementing research findings in family nursing as evidenced based care. What improvements need to be made?

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Depending on the research methodology, there are many advantages or challenges for families who are the subjects of research. Participatory action research (PAR) is a common research methodology that involves the researcher and the family subjects work together to design the research questions, data collection methods and analysis of data [1] with the intention of utilizing it for the benefit of the subjects and non-subjects. The implication of this method is that the research is more relevant and more likely to be utilized by the families. Another research method used to understand interactions ...

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The implications of research methodologies for a family who the subject of research is given. The challenges that exist in implementing research findings in nursing as evidence based care is given.

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