Journal Articles for Nursing, Writing, Research
Links to journal articles
Bibliographies of print articles available in ORGS office [contact ORGS for copy or to borrow]
Council of Scientific Editors. (2005) CSE's white paper on promoting integrity in scientific journal publications.
Council of Scientific Editors.
Retrieved October 10, 2007 from http://www.councilscienceeditors.org/
Scientists Who Cheated Had Mentors Who Failed to Supervise Them Brainard, J. (August 29, 2008) The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Engle, V and Graney, Marshall J. (2001) Designing a Study for Success. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 49,680-681 Milisen, K; Abraham, I L;
Godderis, J; Delooz, H H; and Broos, PL. (2001) A nurse let interdisciplinary intervention
program for delirium in elderly hip-fracture patients, Journal of the American Geriatrics
NOTE: Engle & Graney provide axioms for exemplar study design and the article produced by Abraham, et al.
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Markin, K. M. (2005). Words worth their weight in cash. The Chronicle of Higher Education Retrieved March 24, 2006, from http://chronicle.com/jobs/ news/2005/04/2005040801c/printable.html [Print: ORGS Office]
The heart of any grant proposal is the narrative. It is essential to do a good job on that section, because it can make or break whether you get your money . . .
Tornquist, E. M. (1990). How to write a research grant proposal. Image: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 22(1), 44-51. [Print: ORGS Office]
Grey, M. (2000). Top 10 Tips For Successful Grantsmanship. Research in Nursing & Health, Editorial, 23, 91–92 [Print: ORGS Office]
Crain, H.C. and Broome, M. E. (2000) Tool for planning the grant application process. Nursing Outlook, 48(6), 288-93. [Print: ORGS Office]
Conn, V. S., Porter, R. T., McDaniel, R. W., Rantz, M. J., & Maas, M. L. (2005). Building research productivity in an academic setting. Nursing Outlook, 53(5), 224-231. [Print: ORGS Office]
Engle, V. F., & Graney, M. J. (2001). Designing a study for success. Journal of American Geriatric Society, 49(5), 680-681. [Print: ORGS Office]
Markin, K. M. (2006). Where to Start.The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved
April 12, 2006, from
http://chronicle.com/jobs/ news/2006/03/2006031001c/printable.html [Print: ORGS Office]
Conn, V. S., Rantz, M. J., Wipke-Tevis, D. D., & Maas, M. L. (2001). Focus on research methods. Designing effective nursing interventions. Research in Nursing & Health, 24(5), 433-442.
Bennett, J. A. (2000). Focus on research methods. Mediator and moderator variables in nursing research: Conceptual and Statistical differences. Research in Nursing & Health, 23(4), 415-420. [Print: ORGS Office]
Chen, H. T. (2006). A theory-driven evaluation perspective on mixed methods research. Research in the Schools, 13(1), 75-83. [Print: ORGS Office]
Johnson, R. B., Onwuegbuzie, A. J., & Turner, L. (2007). Toward a definition of mixed methods research. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 1(2), 112-133. [Print: ORGS Office]
Onwuegbuzie, A. J., & Johnson, R. B. (2006). The validity issue in mixed research. Research in the Schools, 13(1), 48-63. [Print: ORGS Office]
Sandelowski, M., Voils, C. I., & Barroso, J. (2006). Defining and designing mixed research synthesis studies. Research in the Schools, 13(1), 29-40. [Print: ORGS Office]
Sandelowski, M., & Sandelowski, M. (2000). Combining qualitative and quantitative sampling, data collection, and analysis techniques in mixed-method studies. Research in Nursing & Health, 23(3), 246-255. [Print: ORGS Office]
Yin, R. K. (2006). Mixed methods research: Are the methods genuinely integrated or merely parallel? Research in the Schools, 13(1), 41-47. [Print: ORGS Office]
Holtzclaw, B. J. (2000), The Simulated Grant Review. Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research. Southern Connections, 14(4). [Print: ORGS Office]