conduct a structured interview with nursing students concerning their perceptions of what tasks constitute the provision of spiritual care within an acute care setting.

 

1.       A researcher initially planned to use covert data collection techniques (observing a class of teenagers via a one-way mirror) for a research project designed to determine the aggressive behaviors of boys and girls. Neither the parents nor the students were to be informed about the research project because no intervention was planned. Which other observational role might the researcher use to make the data collection process an overt one?

2.       A researcher has decided to conduct a structured interview with nursing students concerning their perceptions of what tasks constitute the provision of spiritual care within an acute care setting. Write three open-ended questions and three closed-ended questions related to this idea.

 

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