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Title: Designing intervention protocols for nursing clinical trials
Other Titles: 護理臨床研究中干預方案的制定
Authors: Wang, SL
Wong, KY 
Chow, KYS 
Keywords: Nursing research
Intervention design
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: 卫生部医院管理研究所
Source: 中国护理管理 (Chinese Nursing Management), 2014, v. 14, no. 10, p. 1109-1112 How to cite?
Journal: 中国护理管理 (Chinese Nursing Management) 
Abstract: Intervention design is a key link in an experimental research and may directly affect the quality and outcomes of care and research. Effective nursing interventions are developed through a systematic and rigorous process. With authors own experience in designing nursing interventions, this article recommends three main steps for developing intervention protocols in nursing clinical trials. They are: 1 to establish a conceptual framework for interventions with the regard to the indentified research problem; 2 to develop evidence-based intervention protocols along with careful consideration of the intervention target, delivery methods, intervention property, intervention dose(including components, amount, frequency and duration of nursing care), interventionists and intervention management; 3 to validate and take pilot test of the protocols before their actual usage in the main study.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/64778
ISSN: 1672-1756
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