From research topic to research question: a challenging process
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From research topic to research question: a challenging process

Rollanda Law Senior Lecturer, Anglia Polytechnic University, School of Community Health and Social Studies, Chelmsford, Essex, UK

Developing a research question is a difficult and challenging step in the research process. Cormack and Benton (1996) warn that this process is very rarely a once and for all event and that it could take days, weeks, or even months of thought and effort to refine and sharpen the question.

Nurse Researcher. 11, 4, 54-66. doi: 10.7748/nr2004.07.11.4.54.c6215

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