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  1. Grant, J. S. and Davis, L. L. and Kinney, M. R., Criteria for critiquing clinical nursing research reports., Journal of post anesthesia nursing, vol. 8 no. 3 (June, 1993), pp. 163-71, ISSN 0883-9433 [doi]
    (last updated on 2010/10/20)

    The primary goal of nursing research is to develop a scientific knowledge base for practice. Postanesthesia nurses are expected to critique nursing research before applying findings to clinical practice. As consumers of research, postanesthesia nurses must be able to employ critical evaluation skills to judge the merit and relevance of research to their clinical practice. This article presents criteria for critiquing clinical nursing research reports to determine their relevance to practice.

    Evaluation Studies as Topic • Nursing Research* • Postanesthesia Nursing* • Research Design • standards