1988 Delphi survey of nursing research priorities for New York State.

L. Shortridge, W. Doswell, M. E. Evans, R. F. Levin, G. K. Millor, E. Carter

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In order to inform decisions about nursing research and health care policy, the Council on Nursing Research of the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) conducted a Delphi survey to identify the priorities for nursing research in New York state. The Delphi technique is a method of eliciting judgements from experts for the purpose of short-term forecasting and planning. The survey was conducted by mail in three rounds during 1988. Round I required participants to identify three primary research priorities for the nursing profession. In Round II participants ranked the 37 most frequently identified categories from Round I. The highest 16 categories from Round II were ranked by participants in Round III to provide the final 10 nursing research priority categories for New York state. All members of the New York State Nurses Association holding a minimum of a master's degree in nursing were invited to participate. The response rates were: Round I, 34% (N = 872); Round II, 38% (N = 985); Round III 37% (N = 974). Of the 10 nursing research priority categories identified in the final round, 5 relate to nurses, 2 relate to nursing, and 3 relate to clients. None of the high-risk conditions or populations with whom nurses work appear in the top 10, and only 2 of these are ranked in the top 15 priority categories. These priority categories will be used by the NYSNA Council on Nursing Research to influence its future agenda and activities. They can be used by the nursing profession and others for planning, policy making, and establishing nursing research funding priorities.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)15-19
Number of pages5
JournalThe Journal of the New York State Nurses" Association
Volume20
Issue number3
StatePublished - Sep 1989

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Shortridge, L., Doswell, W., Evans, M. E., Levin, R. F., Millor, G. K., & Carter, E. (1989). 1988 Delphi survey of nursing research priorities for New York State. The Journal of the New York State Nurses" Association, 20(3), 15-19.

1988 Delphi survey of nursing research priorities for New York State. / Shortridge, L.; Doswell, W.; Evans, M. E.; Levin, R. F.; Millor, G. K.; Carter, E.

In: The Journal of the New York State Nurses" Association, Vol. 20, No. 3, 09.1989, p. 15-19.

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Shortridge, L, Doswell, W, Evans, ME, Levin, RF, Millor, GK & Carter, E 1989, '1988 Delphi survey of nursing research priorities for New York State.', The Journal of the New York State Nurses" Association, vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 15-19.
Shortridge L, Doswell W, Evans ME, Levin RF, Millor GK, Carter E. 1988 Delphi survey of nursing research priorities for New York State. The Journal of the New York State Nurses" Association. 1989 Sep;20(3):15-19.
Shortridge, L. ; Doswell, W. ; Evans, M. E. ; Levin, R. F. ; Millor, G. K. ; Carter, E. / 1988 Delphi survey of nursing research priorities for New York State. In: The Journal of the New York State Nurses" Association. 1989 ; Vol. 20, No. 3. pp. 15-19.
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