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University of Phoenix Material Planning and Design Analysis Grid Your Learning Team has been assigned two articles to analyze for assignments in Weeks Three and Four. One article is a qualitative research study, and the other is a quantitative research study. Identify which article is which, and then complete the table where applicable. Write no more than three sentences in each cell of the table. Qualitative Quantitative Research question Problem Purpose Hypothesis Independent variable Dependent variable Theoretical framework Population Setting Sampling method Practice application Theoretical framework Level of evidence Living with unexplained chest pain: The level of evidence for this study is low. It was…show more content…
This helps allow the research to not only be continued but to also be explored as well as allow interventions for statistical data to be applied. The information that were gathered is not considered to be substantial enough in order to be considered as evidence based. This information would be approved for both EBP and outcome research. An example of that would be that the information provided were very specific. The results were also clear which helped proved that the interventions are useful. The study was also able to start and end with the main focus which was the patient’s well-being in mind. Therefore the information obtained through this source makes it a creditable source as well as providing a way for further research to be offered. Further research offering means that it will also show conclusive evidence that researchers and others can work with. Note. Not all studies contain all of these elements, or the element may be necessary but was not addressed. If the study does not address one of these elements and it was not necessary, simply indicate as N/A in the appropriate box. If the element was not adequately discussed, provide an answer based on your readings and your understanding of the research study. References: Dumont, C.J., Keeling, A.W., Bourguignon, C., Sarembock, I.J., Turner, M. (2006, May/June). Predictors of vascular complications post diagnostic cardiac catheterization and percutaneous coronary

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