Nursing research practice has experienced remarkable growth in the fast decades. Today nurses have greater degree than before with their practicing scientific method of research. To produce scientific research, it is necessary to have skills in the scientific research or method. It is not only need to understand regarding scientific method and also need to understand and identify problems that need scientific investigation. The ultimate goal of any profession is service provided to the client should bring satisfaction in their lives for this professional should have grater body of knowledge in their profession. However, research help us understand and practice evidenced base practice. So, research play very imp role in every profession for that we should have scientific knowledge of research. This article summarizes basic steps, types, and ethics in research methodology.
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