NSG6101 Week 10 Knowledge Check.docx - Question 1(1 point When a researcher obtains significant results that are opposite to what was originally

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Question 1 (1 point)When a researcher obtains significant results that are opposite to what was originally hypothesized, it is likely that this occurred because of: Question 1 options:Inadequate sample sizeUnreliable data collection instrumentsA flawed statistical analysisFaulty reasoning Question 2 (1 point)Which of the following strategies for utilization is most amenable to adoption by nursing students and clinical nurses? Question 3 (1 point)An assessment of the implementation potential of a nursing innovation includes which of the following activities?
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