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collection

 [kŏ-lek´shun]
a gathering together.
data collection the process of acquiring subjects and gathering information needed for a study; methods of collection will vary depending on the study design.
research data collection in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as collecting research data.
specimen collection in the omaha system, the obtaining of specimens of body fluids, secretions, or excreta, including blood, urine, feces, sputum, or drainage.
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Rigorous research data collection, collation and analysis, as well as properly structured findings and uptake, including embedment, is vital for advances in technologies to power industry.
The quantitative results are reported in a previous paper (Weeks, Boshoff, Stewart, Shona, & Della Vedova, 2016) in which researchers evaluated the feasibility of parents administering a research data collection protocol while concurrently implementing the Wilbarger intervention protocol to their children in home and natural environments.

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