CONCERNS IN QUALITATIVE RESEARCH AND NURSING SCIENCE

Joko Gunawan, Nur Asni Wahab, Elmiati Elmiati


DOI: https://doi.org/10.33546/bnj.2

Abstract


Qualitative research methods become increasingly popular in nursing. However, most of nursing students have been argued and debated regarding issue and the meaning of qualitative research in nursing science. This article note discusses the qualitative aspects and concerns.


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Cite this article as: Gunawan J, Wahab NA, Elmiati. Concern in Qualitative Research and Nursing Science. Belitung Nursing Journal 2015;1:4-7


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