Steve Stark

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  • S Stark
  • 1994
Action research is growing in popularity as an approach to research in the nursing profession. Action research seeks to engage practitioners collaboratively into taking action to improve their situation; therefore, one could argue it is ideally suited to nursing since it is a practice-based profession. This paper examines how the action research process,(More)
bind any agencies, nor does it create or confer any rights, privileges, or benefits for, or on, any person or organization. While this guidance document represents the best advice of the U.S. EPA, USDA, and stakeholders, it does not have the force and effect of law. The Part 503 rule addresses land application and beneficial use of biosolids. Included in(More)