"Constructing a Research Paper" is a unit from "Academic Writing for Graduate Students" was a third edition written by John M. Swales and Christine B. Feak, and published by the University of Michigan in 2012. This book mainly focuses on how to prepare international graduate students to write academic papers.
Critical Analysis Grand Canyon University NRS-433v 7/30/15 Critical Analysis Problem Statement In “Bundles to Prevent Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia: How valuable are they?,” Charity Wip and Lena Napolitano present the results of a qualitative study to determine the value of different care bundles in preventing the occurrence of ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP). In fact, the authors concede that VAP is often resultant of the ventilator care plan, and that the ventilator bundle would be critical in reducing the occurrence of VAPs among the intensive care unit (ICU) patients. Of important is the fact that a range of care bundles are present, each differing in its specific care process that focuses on VAP prevention and
Title Crombie & Davies (1997) stated that the article title gives an understanding of what the study is going to be about and the author intentions of how the study will be done. The
Quantitative Research Critical Appraisal Everett Campbell, Kimberly Hill, Tiffany Saunders, and Stephanie Smith Tennessee Wesleyan University Page Break Quantitative Research Critical Appraisal Introduction According to Fain (2017) the title is written to capture the reader and inform them of the purpose of the study. The title of the article clearly represents the research report. The variable of interest is understood from the title. However, the population studied and the setting of the study is not stated in the title. An abstract is constructed in order to provide a summary of the research study and should include the purpose and findings in the study (Fain, 2017). There is an abstract provided in the
Critical appraisal of a qualitative research article. The qualitative article being appraised is by Martin and Woods (2012) using the CASP tool qualitative framework (CASP 2013). These tools have been validated to ensure that studies can be assessed in a consistent way assessing the trustworthiness of the research article (Aveyard, 2014)
· The research method used (i.e. naturalistic observation, lab experiment, survey, etc.) · The results of the study, the interpretation of the data by the authors and any conclusions they include at the end of the article.
Identification of Design Quantitative Research Article Design The design chosen for this 167). This study meets the criteria for purposeful sampling. Critique of Sampling Methodology Quantitative Critique of Sampling Methodology The convenience sampling that was used in recruiting all male patients who were on blood pressure medications is a glaring bias in this study. There was no information provided addressing why the patients were presenting to the clinic. There are many interventions that can raise blood pressure. For example, the study conducted by Marshall, Anantharachagan, Choudhary, Chue and Kaurhis, (2002) investigated the effect of situational anxiety on blood pressure experienced in anticipation of a blood test. Marshall, et. al., (2002) found that anticipation of a blood test can raise blood pressure. Foster-Fitzpatrick, et. al., 1999 did not address the purpose of the patient’s visit to the clinic.
Qualitative Scholarly Article Critique Different types of research studies form the basis of evidence-based practice among many different aspects of health care. Qualitative research studies look at the most complex issues nurses face today and there is an emphasis on the need for more studies of this type. Critiquing qualitative research
Mor, V., Mukamel, D.B., & Spector, W. D. (2009). The costs of turnover in nursing homes. The Costs of Turnover in Nursing Homes. Retrieved from www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/... National Cent
Qualitative Critique of “The Ethics of Presence When Bathing Patients in a Nursing Home” Introduction This is an academic critique of a qualitative article published in 2012, by Maj-Britt Raholm, RN, MNsc, PhD. In the article, “The ethics of presence when bathing patients in a nursing home”, the researcher intends to create
Literature Review Purpose: Demonstrate knowledge and appreciation of the role of sociocultural, socioeconomic, and diversity factors and lifestyle choices in contemporary society. (ACOTE Standard B.1.4) Articulate the importance of balancing areas of occupation with the achievement of health and wellness. (ACOTE Standard B.2.4). Explain the role of occupation in the promotion
In your own words, write a summary of the study that reviews the purpose, variables, hypotheses, method, results and major conclusions. The best way to ensure that you are using your own words, and not just copying the article, is to read it from start to finish (a few
In 2010 another study was designed to build and expand researcher from the 1996, National Elder abuse incidence study. This study was designed to understand the mistreatment among elders living in the U.S. This study was designed to assess the different types of abuse over one year prevalence.
Abstract Anderson, (2015) states that an abstract should give the research questions, outline the methods used- and why and summaries the research. In this article the
Described below is a critical appraisal of a qualitative article by Lisa Booth using the frame-work suggested by Ryan, Coughlan and Cronin 2007 to establish its believability, robustness, credibility and integrity (Ryan, Coughlan & Cronin, 2007).