Academic nurses have established their careers around research, which has legitimised nursing as a profession, altered education to reflect a research background, and legitimised nursing as a profession. Despite the fact that research has been on the agenda for a long time and that prominent organisations are involved, just a small percentage of nurses use research as a foundation for practise. As a result, Evidence-Based Nursing will be extremely valuable, and its practitioner target audience is a significant step in the right direction. In nursing, qualitative research focuses on the lived experiences of patients and nurses. Qualitative approaches are divided into five categories by a generic and useful categorization: ethnography, narrative, phenomenology, grounded theory, and case study.