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Why does research matter in health? What is evidence-based practice? How can you make sure that you have the skills and knowledge to understand, critically appraise and implement evidence in practice? For the uninitiated student, research can be a daunting, dry and seemingly irrelevant topic when beginning their degree. In this lively book, the authors give a straightforward explanation of the essential knowledge needed to understand research and implement evidence in practice, and, more importantly, show how it can improve nursing practice. The book outlines: Part 1 - What research is Part 2 - Important skills needed for research Part 3 - Qualitative and quantitative approaches Part 4 - How research is done Part 5 - How to use research in practice The book strips away the jargon and draws on real-life experiences from students themselves making this the perfect companion for undergraduates.