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Evaluating Nursing Interventions: A Theory-Driven Approach

by Sidani S and Braden C SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
11/1997
ISBN:
9780761903161
Format:
Pbk 200 pages
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The authors of this innovative book offer a comprehensive perspective on nursing intervention together with theory-driven guidelines for future study. They provide a clear explanation of the problems encountered in outcomes and intervention research and then proceed, via the Intervention Theory, to show how these studies can be undertaken reasonably and comprehensively.

Introduction Outcomes Research The Theory-Driven Approach to Effectiveness Research Characteristics of Clients Intervener and Setting Characteristics Intervention Variables Outcomes-Related Factors Implications for Effectiveness Research

Carrie Jo Braden is currently the Associate Dean for Research at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio School of Nursing. She holds a masters in applied psychology from Winona State University in Winona, Minnesota and a masters degree in community health nursing, primary care family nurse practitioner degree, and a PhD in nursing from the University of Arizona in Tucson. Dr. Braden has published many articles on aspects of chronic illness, published textbooks in community health and in theory based intervention, and has been awarded several research grants from the National Institute of Nursing Research,National Cancer Institute, and the National Institute of General Medical Science. Dr. Bradens program of research has included clinical trial tests of self-help promoting intervention effectiveness for women receiving breast cancer treatment. Her current research focuses on educational interventions to promote commitment to a research career among students from under represented groups. For over 30 years Dr. Braden has taught doctoral level students concentration on courses on theory based evaluation and theory based intervention.