Why does funding have a lot to do with the comparisons of Quantitative Clinical Nursing and Nursing Education Articles?
Why does funding have a lot to do with the comparisons of Quantitative Clinical Nursing and Nursing Education Articles? Nursing education research, an inclusive science in which both qualitative and quantitative approaches are used and accepted. Nursing education lacks common metrics and standardized approaches for the evaluation of learning outcome that’s relevant for practicing discipline. Nursing education researches assessment of published literature didn’t directly involve human participants. The universities institutional review board deemed that they study did remove the review due to lack of funding. Funding for nursing education requires more external funding and that funding can be scarce. Funding was reported more often in clinical nursing than in nursing education research. External funding supported about 2.5 times more clinical studies than educational studies. Primary finding of this investigation was that clinical studies had higher methodologic quality than education studies by conducting multisite investigations rather than in single investigations.
They collected data, and focused on patient and health care outcomes. Secondary finding was that external funding was stated in more clinical articles and education studies were conducted outside the United States. Clinical studies had higher methodologic quality explained by higher frequencies of external funding. Achieving higher methodological qualities as clinical nursing has done, education research must then receive more external funding. Clinical nursing was conducted in North and South America while more education research was conducted outside the United States in Europe. The National Institute of Nursing Research is very informative to the science of nursing education in that society has a general willingness to support clinical nursing with substantial funding.However, if the science of nursing education pays attention to the success of clinical nursing science, then there can be a chance for nursing education science to advance. Broome comments “Nursing education researchers cannot wait for the availability of funding, that is researchers must drive the availability of the funding by proposing studies of high methodologic quality to one or more agencies”. Now with me knowing that clinical nursing has less funding that nursing education, it may persuade people to go in a different direction. Funding can be a big deal, especially when it comes to paying for college or even getting paid when students find work in their areas of concentration. The authors explained the funding well in this article.