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  • Critiquing Essay

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    CRITIQUING A DVD CLIP OF AN INTERACTION BETWEEN A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL AND SERVICE USERS. This essay is criticising the interaction between a health professional and service users in the DVD clip titled “Someone to Watch over Me”. Firstly, I am going to introduce the concepts of health and communication, making reference to the nurse/ patient relationship and the importance of interpersonal communication in the delivery of health information. To act as guidelines for this essay I have chosen four

  • Critiquing A Qualitative And Quantitative Study

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    Critiquing of a Qualitative and Quantitative Study The purpose of this paper will be to present the contrasts in the type of information that was gained while reviewing two studies. The studies reviewed were a qualitative study and a quantitative study. The general advantages and disadvantages of the two types of studies will also be presented. Qualitative and quantitative studies both have a place in research, even though the two study designs take a very different approach to research. Lastly

  • Critiquing Internet Sources

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    Critiquing Internet Sources of Family Relations and Dynamics Via Blogs, Videos & Podcasts Pete Garcia GEN499: General Education Capstone January 25, 2014 Kyla Hammond Ashford University Critiquing Internet Sources of Family Relations and Dynamics via Blogs, Videos & Podcasts On this paper, I will be critiquing internet sources of family relations and dynamics via blogs, videos & podcasts. Today, the Internet is equipped to handle an unsubstantial amount of information by way

  • Critiquing nursing research

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    nurses adhere to is clause 6 which pronounces nurses must maintain professional knowledge and competence, have a responsibility to deliver care based on current evidence, best practice and validated research (NMC, 2004). Validated research involves critiquing and acquiring the skills of synthesis and critical analysis, this enables nurses to distinguish the relationship between theory and practice in nursing (Hendry & Farley 1998). This assignment will critique the research paper "Patients' case - notes:

  • Critiquing Phenomenological Research of Dying

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    When critiquing phenomenological research, there are a number of questions the critique should answer to determine the validity of the research. The first is to determine if the research phenomenon of interest is clearly stated. In the article, the authors clearly state that they use the philosophical works of Merleau-Ponty in order to explore the existential phenomena of caring for the dying. According to the authors, death can only be known through the study of dying. The authors describe death

  • Critiquing Qualitative and Quantitative Research

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    Unit 6: Critiquing Qualitative and Quantitative Research Kaplan University July 16, 2013 Unit 6 Critiquing Qualitative and Quantitative Research The research conducted by Foster-Fitzpatrick, Ortiz, Sibilano, Marcantonio and Braun (1999) is a quantitative study of the significance of crossing the legs while blood pressure is being measured. The purpose of the research was to determine whether leg-crossing impacted the results of blood pressure measurements. The research conducted by Palese, Skrap

  • Critiquing A Qualitative Research Article

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    Critiquing a Qualitative Research Article Erinma Obioha South University Critiquing a qualitative research article Nurses are required to base their practice on evidence-based research. Therefore, it is essential for nurses to develop the skills necessary to analyze a research article. Critiquing a research article helps nurse judge the creditability of the information presented. This essay reviews a qualitative study titled “Factors Associated With Aggressive Behavior Among Nursing

  • Critiquing Communication and Interviewing Skills

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    Critiquing communication and interviewing skills of a health assessment interview with a client Introduction Communication is one of the basic survival skills of human and also a fundamental part of nursing. Effective communication would help to promote a positive nurse-client relationship which is crucial for the delivery of quality nursing care (Sheppard, 1993; McCabe 2003). Health assessment is also vital in collecting information in the nursing process. In order to collect data in a systematic

  • Developing a framework for critiquing health research

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    DN, CertED (FE), Senior Lecturer in Health Studies, School of Health and Social Sciences, Middlesex University Abstract A new framework for critiquing health-related research is presented in this article. More commonly used existing frameworks tend to have been formulated within the quantitative research paradigm. While frameworks for critiquing qualitative research exist, they are often complex and more suited to the needs of students engaged

  • Critiquing Philosophical Approaches to Ethical Decision Making

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    Critiquing Philosophical Approaches to Ethical Decision Making The purpose of this paper is to examine the conclusions that I reached for each of the three scenarios listed in Appendix B. I will explain how I reached each conclusion and why I believe each conclusion to be ethical. In Scenario 1 the mayor of a small town needs to decide in favor of economic prosperity or in defense of his elderly citizens. For this scenario I chose the same conclusion for each of the three philosophical