Statistical challenges in nursing education and research: an expert panel consensus.
This article summarizes an expert panel discussion, "Statistical Challenges in Nursing Research," conducted at the 2013 Joint Statistical Meetings. The panel consisted of doctorally prepared statisticians with faculty appointments in United States-based academic nursing programs. The discussion centered on challenges concerning the use of statistics in nursing education and research. Five domains were identified, including perceptions about statistics, statisticians' roles and responsibilities, interdisciplinary collaboration between statisticians and nurse investigators, statistics education, and the use of statistics in the nursing literature.
Consensus; Education, Nursing; Education, Nursing, Graduate; Faculty, Nursing; Humans; Interprofessional Relations; Nursing Education Research; Nursing Research; Statistics as Topic; United States
Nursing Education; Nursing Faculty; Interprofessional Relations; Nursing Research
Hayat, M. J., Higgins, M., Schwartz, T. A., Staggs, V. S. Statistical challenges in nursing education and research: an expert panel consensus. Nurse educator 40, 21-25 (2015).