To meet the needs of people from various cultures, nursing research must be performed on the basis of these cultures. This research aims to invent interdisciplinary research method based on Islamic documents. This method is with three stages: first, to describe a desired concept; second, to define the concept from the viewpoint of humans. Finally, a nursing discipline is achieved on the basis of the human knowledge and its findings, and Islamic documents. Results of this research method assist nurses in offering nursing care with regard to Muslim's beliefs in addition to their culture and customs.
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Sadat Hoseini, A.S., Khosro Panah, A. & Razaghi, N. Methodology of Interdisciplinary Studies in Nursing Based on Islamic Documents. J Relig Health 60, 246–255 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10943-020-01013-8
- Methodology; Islamic thought; culture
- Interdisciplinary method