Measurement in nursing and health research / Carolyn Feher Waltz, Ora Lea Strickland, Elizabeth R. Lenz.

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Main Authors: Waltz, Carolyn Feher (Author), Strickland, Ora (Author), Lenz, Elizabeth R., 1943- (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company, LLC, [2017]
Edition:Fifth edition.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction to measurement / Carolyn Feher Waltz
  • Operationalizing nursing concepts / Elizabeth R. Lenz
  • Measurement theories and frameworks / Rosemarie DiMauro Satyshur
  • Strategies for designing measurement tools and procedures / Rosemarie DiMauro Satyshur
  • Measurement reliability / Carolyn Feher Waltz
  • Validity of measures / Carolyn Feher Waltz
  • Standardized approaches to measurement / Elizabeth R. Lenz
  • Internet data collection / Ora Lea Strickland
  • Observational methods / Elizabeth R. Lenz
  • Content analysis / Elizabeth R. Lenz
  • Interviews / Carolyn Feher Waltz
  • Questionnaires / Elizabeth R. Lenz
  • The delphi technique / Carolyn Feher Waltz
  • Visual analog scales / Elizabeth R. Lenz
  • Measurement of physiological variables using biomedical instrumentation / Kathleen S. Stone and Susan K. Frazier
  • Precision, accuracy, and uncertainty of biophysical measurements for research and practice / Nancy A. Ryan-Wenger
  • Selection and use of existing instruments / Ora Lea Strickland
  • Interprofessional practice measurement and evaluation / Susan Antol
  • Metrics and benchmarking in health professions education and practice / with Margaret Scisney-Matlock
  • Ethical issues / Elizabeth R. Lenz
  • Measurement issues in qualitative research / Judith E. Hupcey and Lisa Kitko
  • Measurement issues in translational science / Linda L. Chlan and Mary Beth Happ
  • Other measurement issues / Ora Lea Strickland.