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ConclusionThe purpose of this paper was to work through the process of generating, organizing and designing a research study. In working through and presenting the various stages including creation of a research question, designing, sampling, formulating a hypothesis, and data collection techniques the writer gained an appreciation for the process and was able to incorporate course teachings. Making research relevant and igniting an interest in nursing research is an important role for educators and nurse leaders. Relevancy and interest have been accomplished for this student as they now have a desire expand research knowledge and skills to overcome the challenges and see the fictional proposal presented here become a reality.
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