The Situation, Background, Assessment And Recommendation ( Sbar ) Model For Communication Between Health Care Professionals

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This writer has chosen for critique of quantitative article on “The Situation, Background, Assessment and Recommendation (SBAR) Model for Communication Between Health Care Professionals: A Clinical Intervention Pilot Study “ by Blom, Petersson, Hagell, & Westergren, 2015. Critiquing is a systematic method of Michael Coughlan, Patricia Cronin, Frances Ryan appraising the strengths and limitations of a piece of research in order to determine its credibility and/or its applicability to practice (Valente, 2003). Seeking only limitations in a study is criticism and critiquing and criticism are not the same (Burns and Grove, 1997). According to Polit and Beck (2012), in quantitative study bias is considered as a major threat to the internal validity and can be controlled by the elements interfering with variables for alteration internally with each other. Title The Situation, Background, Assessment and Recommendation (SBAR) Model for Communication Between Health Care Professionals: A Clinical Intervention Pilot Study Abstract The research study conducted to eliminate miscommunication between healthcare professionals had been conducted by using Situation, Background, Assessment and Recommendation (SBAR) communication model. The authors clearly expressed the aim, background, methodology, and result in appropriate manner. The critique of this article on different aspects analysed on method of data collection, sample and design, statement purpose and problem, review

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