Nursing | Data Analysis/Practice & Research
H355 | 20228 | D. Reising, R. Shea
3 credit hours (3 classroom clock hours/45 clock hours per semester)
This course introduces nursing and other health sciences students to
the basic concepts and techniques of data analysis needed in
professional health care practice. Principles of measurement, data
summarization, and unvariate and bivariate statistics are examined.
Differences in types of qualitative data and methods by which these
types of data can be interpreted are also explored. Emphasis is
placed on the application of fundamental concepts to real world
situation in client care.