RÉFLEXIONS SUR LA RECHERCHE : Recherche en soins infirmiers : regard sur les méthodes de sondage

Brian Corner, Manon Lemonde

Abstract


Il peut parfois s’avérer laborieux d’obtenir des taux de réponse satisfaisants aux sondages effectués auprès des infirmières. Même les étudiants inscrits à des programmes de premier cycle en sciences infirmières sont souvent submergés par des demandes de participation à des sondages, ce qui peut les empêcher de répondre (Nulty, 2008). Or, les faibles taux de réponse sont défavorables au chercheur qui collecte des données en vue d’obtenir un diplôme d’études supérieures ou qui mène une recherche possiblement capitale.


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