Introduction to the course Nursing Research

July 8, 2015  click:

Personal

Information

Name

Liu Yan Qun

Gender

Female

Birth

Nov.1984

Degree

PhD

Position : lecturer

English Level

& English Teaching

Experiences of Studying Overseas

2011.08-2012.08

Receiving national funding for Joint-PhD program to study in Case Western Reserve University FPB Nursing School

2012.03    

Oral presentation Midwest nursing research Annual meeting in Dearborn in US

2012.06      

Presentation in the 5th Patient and family centered care conference in Washington DC.

Teaching Experience

From 2011-now   Nursing research course directorteaching in English

 

Teaching for undergraduate students in English in recent 3 years

Teaching Date

Course

Students

Student Number

Teaching hours

Course Type

2013.02-06

Nursing Research

2010 grade BSN students in international

class

38

54

Major compulsory

course

2013.02-06

NPI

2010 grade BSN students in international

class

38

72

Major compulsory

course

2014.02-06

Nursing Research

2011 grade BSN students in international

class

15

54

Major compulsory

course

2014.02-06

Nursing Research

2012 grade BSN students in international

class

31

18

Major compulsory

course

2014.09-12

Nursing research

2012 grade BSN students in international

class

31

18

Major compulsory

course

2014.09-12

Nursing

research

2013 grade BSN students in international

class

33

18

Major compulsory

course

2015.02-06

Nursing research

2013 grade BSN students in international

class

33

18

Major compulsory

course

Academic Research

2 SCI articles and 3 Chinese articles

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Nursing Research is a seminar class designed for the discussion of research methodology. Applications of Research in nursing practice and education are analyzed. Class activities and assignments familiarize the student with the research process.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

The student will begin to develop the ability to: 

1) Utilize research terminology.

2) Describe the research process.

3) Critique research studies.

4) Identify research results appropriate for nursing practice and nursing education.

5) Demonstrate an understanding of the research process

6) Formulate a research proposal


COURSE SETTING

Nursing research course will be divided into nursing research Ⅰ(1 credit), nursing research Ⅱ(1 credit), nursing research Ⅲ (1 credit), to be arranged in the 5th, 6th and 7th semester.

Nursing ResearchⅠ

(18 teaching hours)

Nursing Research Ⅱ

(18 teaching hours)

Nursing Research Ⅲ

(18 teaching hours)

Module 1.

Problem identification and assists in distinguishing between the problem statement and purpose of the study.

(6 teaching hours)

Module 4

Research Methods and design

(12 teaching hours)

Module 6

Data Analysis

(12 teaching hours)

Module 2

Literature Review

(6 teaching hours)

Module 5

Research Ethic

(6 teaching hours)

Module 7 Completes research reports and  critique one research study

(6 teaching hours)

 

Module 3

Research Framework

(6 teaching hours)

 

 

Teaching Methods

All the teaching content will teaching in English through PPTs, Class debates, Group Report, Class research activities, Role play, Peer evaluation, Watching English video

Course Evaluation

Nursing ResearchⅠ(18 teaching hours):Class participation , tests,group report, complete the introduction, literature review, and research framework parts

Nursing Research Ⅱ:Class participation Final exam、Peer evaluation、complete research methods , research  design and research ethic parts

Nursing Ⅲ: Class participation, research proposal,group report and tests

Teaching Outcome

Nursing research is a compulsory and theoretical course for undergraduate students.

Through collective lesson preparation and discussing with foreign experts about the teaching content and teaching methods improve undergraduates’ interests in nursing research and make the class lively. At the end of this course, the students should know about nursing research, complete the course objectives, improve students’ critical thinking, evidence thinking and research competence.

 


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