Critique of Research Study Alfonso A. Capellan PSY 326: Research Methods Professor Jennifer Madsen 20160215 In this assignment, various research with regards to different agendas will be discussed and broken down into the approaches that were conducted and the results of these researches. The first study that will be analyzed will be; Factors Involved in Recovery from Schizophrenia: A Qualitative study of Thai Mental Health Nurses. The authors for this research study were; Kaewprom, Chettha; Curtis, Janette; Deane, Frank P. The main point of this study was to investigate international methods, such as those conducted in Thailand and compare and contrast them with American psychiatric approaches in order to improve the
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
Research Critique: Qualitative Review On reading this article and identifying the study, there was a clear insight on how death
Article Citation Gilmartin, J. (2003). Day surgery: Patients’ perceptions of a nurse-led preadmission clinic. Journal of Clinical Nursing 13, 243-250.
Introduction Nurses are responsible in providing holistic, quality care to their clients. In order to effectively provide such care Boswell and Cannon (2009, p. 2 & 7) states that nurses must base their provision of care on the most current, up-to-date health information available and sound nursing knowledge. This is where evidence-based practice (EBP) comes in. Polit and Beck (2010, p. 4) defined EBP as "the use of the best clinical evidence in making patient care desicions". This usually comes from research conducted by nurses and other healthcare professionals. Thus it is pertinent that research reports are critically analyzed.
Qualitative research is not measurable. This is how a consumer believes about a product. The consumer may feel that the color red makes the widget look better than the color blue. There is no measurement for this type of research. Finding out what makes the red widget more pleasing to consumers is the driving force for qualitative research. This type of data is not strait forward and involves a large amount of interpretation from the researcher. Experts are needed to translate the data.
Qualitative Critique The qualitative approach to research is anchored in the ideographic tradition and seeks to focus on the insider's world and the meanings that are attached to behaviour. While this is a general view of qualitative studies each qualitative design has unique foci. Hudacek (2008) examined the concept of caring
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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
To answer Research Question 2, the researcher analyzed the responses of childcare staff on the SIS. Wage and program quality data were collected from the Supplemental Information sheet (SIS) created by the researcher (see Appendix B). Two levels of quality were: Level 1 corresponded to state licensing such as acquiring a Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) license; Level 2 corresponded to accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
Background or Introduction The stated purpose of the article was to evaluate not only pain control in adolescents who underwent a spinal fusion, but also the emotional/psychological and physical affect it had on them. Another stated purpose was to uncover the pre-operation education and preparedness for the surgery. Is it enough to prepare
Teenage pregnancy and parenthood are often seen as strictly negative and problematic, with the moral panic surrounding them only growing as media and government play a role in perpetuating these ideas of negativity surrounding them. Though it is a contentious issue, what are often ignored are the underlying causes of the social phenomena that are teenage pregnancy and parenthood. The experiences of poverty and social exclusion by many pregnant teens and teen parents have not been proven to be more severe than what these young people were experiencing before, so it brings into question the validity of the moral panic as well as the aims of programs meant to decrease teen pregnancy and parenthood. Looking at teen pregnancy and parenthood, first
Running Head: 6.3 Assignment: Data Assignment 3 6.3 Assignment: Data Assignment ERAU MBAA 522 By James Rock Qualitative and quantitative research assume an instrumental part in item advancement. Information acquired from the quantitative research incorporate client inclinations, socioeconomics, and advertise measure offers imperative data which is utilized for business basic leadership. Qualitative research gives information which is utilized to the plan of an item, and client prerequisites. Both of the methodologies have qualities and shortcomings which ought to be tended to when doing an exploration procedure. There are advantages which are collected from consolidating the two techniques. Quantitative investigation is communicated in numbers. Information in quantitative research is in numeric frame, so measurable tests are pertinent. The depiction of measurements which can be utilized incorporates standard deviation, mean, and middle. Measurable investigation empowers the specialists to infer huge certainties. In this view, the paper will talk about Qualitative and quantitative research concentrating on their focal points and inconveniences.
Teen Pregnancy problems and prevention strategies While many people are inclined to express indifference regarding this concept, teen pregnancy is one of the most controversial topics in the contemporary society. This experience can be devastating for some individuals, as the fact that they are raw makes it difficult for them to effectively deal with the problem. Society becomes more stressing and most teens who become pregnant come to express feelings related to shame and fear. The fact that these individuals are hesitant about letting their parents know that they are pregnant contributes to their problems and finding help sometimes becomes an impossible mission. Lack of life experience materializes into a more severe type of stress, endangering both the mother and the child.