This book is appropriate as the primary text for nursing research courses in all undergraduate curricula, including those aimed at returning RNs. In Introducing Research in Nursing, award-winning author, Holly Skodol Wilson, clearly demonstrates why research consumership skills are important to providing quality nursing care. Students learn how to judge and interpret scientific findings and then apply this information to daily nursing practice. This edition has been thoroughly updated to include the latest information on interpretive research methods and current information on how computers can be used for research-related projects. In addition, a new statistics and appendix provide students with the tools needed to interpret, evaluate, and make informed decisions about the growing body of statistical data. Annotated research examples, with guidelines for critique, demonstrate the practical application of material discussed in each chapter.Wilson, Holly S. is the author of 'Introducing Research in Nursing', published 1999 under ISBN 9780805394054 and ISBN 0805394052.