Making Sense of Methods and Measurement: Frequencies
Imagine a television commercial that reports “Seven of ten nurse educators recommend simulation for their learners.” Most of us would automatically convert this frequency into a percentage and smile in agreement with the 70% of nurse educators quoted. But what if we wanted to know how all the nurse educators responded to this question? This month's column will explore the uses and abuses of frequencies.
Clinical Simulation in Nursing
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Prion, Susan and Adamson, Katie Anne, "Making Sense of Methods and Measurement: Frequencies" (2014). Nursing & Healthcare Leadership Publications. 26.
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