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Qualitative research and its role in nursing knowledge

According to Rowe (2000), accountability and the quest for professional status has contributed to the acknowledgement that nursing needs to be knowledge centred. Exploring sources of knowledge and their contribution should be a question the profession addresses (Hall, 2005). Nurses use a diverse range of knowledge, including that from research, to make their clinical decisions and to plan care with patients.

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