Quantitative and qualitative research methods are both used in nursing research. Both methodologies complement each other because they are based on different ideologies that are useful in nursing practice.Quantitative research is a formal objective rigorous systematic process for generating numerical information about the world. Quantitative research is conducted to describe new situations events or concepts; examine relationships among variables; and determine the effectiveness of treatments or interventions on selected health outcomes in the world. (Grove Gray & Burns 2015).AdvantagesDisadvantagesExample is a quantitative assessment of patient and nurse outcomes of bedside nursing report implementation (Sand-Jecklin & Sherman 2014)Qualitative research is a systematic subjective approach used to describe life experiences andSituations and give them meaning this research methodology evolved from the behavioral and social sciences as a method of understanding the unique dynamic holistic nature of humans (Grove Gray & Burns 2015).AdvantagesDisadvantagesExample is a qualitative study of nursing student experiences of clinical practice(Sharif & Masoumi 2005)I NEED YOU TO COMMENT FROM THIS [POST 150 WORDS NEEDED AND A REFERENCE PLEASE
2Hello i need a Good and Positive Comment related with this argument .A paragraph with no more 100 words.Kristie Keel6 postsRe:Topic 1 DQ 1Science does not pay respect to spirituality faith and religion. Science focuses on facts and data. After working many years in the nursing field I fell like this conflict is improving but still exists. Medical schools nursing schools and healthcare systems in recent years has made an concerted effort to increase awareness to cultural religion and spirituality helping healthcare professionals become more aware of how to treat the whole patient. The focus of healthcare has added more compassion into practice and to take into account patients mental needs as well as physical wellness. To me the physical is the science perspective and the mental is a more religious perspective. Science and religion shouls work together for the good of the whole patient just like physical and mental health work together for holistic care. When we are mindful to the various elements of the human experience and are acutely aware of the sacred responsibility we hold when we treat the [body] of another person and we are humbled by the beauty sensitivity and complexity of the design of the human body and spirit. it is that moment that we do our best work and are in service to the well-being of the patient and we are grateful for the fulfilling experience of restoring health to that person. Rota J. (2017). Mirror of the body. Retrieved from Goodread>quotes>tag>holistisic-health.