Qualitative Vs. Quantitative Research
A review of the articles, "Listening to Voices of High-Risk Antepartum Patients," by M. Richter, C. Parkes and J. Chaw-Kant and "Uncertainty and Stress in Women Hospitalized with High-Risk Pregnancy" by M. I. Clauson.
# 108090 | 984 words | 2 sources | APA | 2008 |
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The paper reviews "Listening to Voices of High-Risk Antepartum Patients," that is a qualitative study that showed the stressors of antepartum patients. The writer relates that he gained considerable insights about how the women personally felt through their comments. The paper also reviews "Uncertainty and Stress in Women Hospitalized with High-Risk Pregnancy" that is a quantitative study of a sample of hospitalized antepartum women. The writer explains the ramifications of this research and relates how he gained more insights about how the women personally felt through their interviews and discussions than from the statistics. The paper appends M.I. Clauson's article to the paper.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Clausen, M.I. (1996). Uncertainty and stress in women hospitalized with high-risk pregnancy. Clinical Nursing Research 5(3) 309-326
- Richter, M., Parkes, C., and Chaw-Kant, J. (2007) Listening to the voices of hospitalized high-risk antepartum patients. Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses36(4): 312-318.
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