• Research Critique
    research by identifying its strengths and weaknesses and by forming judgements concerning its overall quality and applicability. Coughlan, Cronin and Ryan (2007) and Ryan, Coughlan and Cronin (2007) found that the ability to critically appraise research and apply this to the identification of best practice...
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  • Evidence Based Practice
    advantage and disadvantage EBP in my clinical practices, I will critique a quantitative research paper; utilized research critique tools from Coughan, Cronin & Ryan, (2007) because it approaches research process questions more systematically. By critique a research paper, the strengths and weakness of study can...
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  • Nur518
    Quantitative Nursing Research Critique Lei Viray NUR/518 November 14, 2011 Elizabeth Esterl RN, MS, CCRC Quantitative Nursing Research Critique The evidence-based practice is an essential element in nursing care. The research and evidence based practice are related to each other. The health...
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  • Miss
    Undertaking a literature review: a step-by-step approach Patricia Cronin, Frances Ryan, Michael Coughlan research literature on the topic being studied (Hart, 1998). Its goal is to bring the reader up-to-date with current literature on a topic and form the basis for another goal, such as the justification...
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  • Critical
    psychiatric and mental health nursing. 17, 304-311. The above article will be critiqued using Caldwell, Henshaw and Taylor’s (2005) critiquing framework as a guide (Appendix 1). The intent is to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the research article and demonstrate knowledge and understanding...
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  • Enquiry
    various key aspects of the research. Due to the subjective and non definitive nature of a qualitative research, it is comparatively more difficult to critique it. However, in spite of all the difficulties, considering the implications of any evidence coming out of the researches on the medical profession...
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  • Critical Factors for Iso 9001 Critique
    Critique "Critical factors for effective implementation of ISO 9001 in SME service companies", (Psomas at al. 2010, p. 440-457) Introduction The paper in review is part of the Journal “Managing Service Quality” which was published in 2010. At the time of publication the authors were researching for...
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  • Fundamental Principles of Research
    selection and topic refinement. It can also be helpful in developing conceptual or theoretical frameworks (Coughlan et al, 2007, cited in Cronin, Ryan & Coughlan, 2008). In summary, according to Cronin, Ryan and Coughlan (2008), the key points of a literature review include: 1. Undertaking a literature review...
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  • Critical Appraisal
    however given a clear indication of being supported by a professor of respiratory medicine, which is very suitable and credible for the study. Coughlan et al (2007) believes that a research study should also be evaluated on its own merit and not just on the education of its authors. The abstract...
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  • Research Critique, Part 2
    Research Critique, Part 2 Grand Canyon University Introduction to Nursing Research NRS 433V 2012 Research Critique, Part 2 This research critique is an article called Comparison of suture types in the closure of scalp wounds written by Joseph Bonham and published in Emergency Nurse. In the emergency...
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  • Legitimate Expectations
    ........................................... 475 Coughlan: The Acceptance of Unfairness in Its Own Right .................................. 477 The Post-Coughlan Adjustment and Entrenchment of the Doctrine in England.... 482 A The Refinement of Coughlan ..................................................
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  • The radiographer's role in child protection: Comparison of radiographers perceptions by use of focus groups
    Research Methods Critique "The radiographer's role in child protection: Comparison of radiographers perceptions by use of focus groups" This critique will be constructed using the CASP (2013) guidelines. An article by Davis and Reeves (2005) performed research investigating the perceptions of radiographers...
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  • Quantitative Critique
    their expertise in the area of depression, interventions to decrease depressive symptoms, or working with incarcerated women. According to Coughlan, Cronin, & Ryan (2007) “an authors qualifications and job title can be a useful indicator into the researchers knowledge of the area under investigation and...
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  • Research Article Critique
    The objective of this assignment is to critique the research article titled ‘Staff-student relationships and their impact on nursing students’ belongingness and learning’. Polit and Beck (2008) highlighted that there is expectancy on nurses to conduct research in order to base their practice on evidence...
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  • A Literature Review: Organizational Change for the Period from 2000 to 2012
    maintain its competitive edge in the eternal market variation. (Moran & Brightman 2001). Organizational Change Management (OCM) are concluded as a framework for the change leader reacting against the force of change and manage the resist to change towards a success of the organizational effectiveness (Sirkin...
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  • Critique of a Research Article
    qualitative data. The McMaster University qualitative framework (Letts et al, 2007) will be used to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the article. This framework was chosen as it considers health research in its broadest sense. Two areas of the framework will be critically analysed and these are Data...
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  • Moral Frames & 2012 Election
    book Moral Politics was that liberals and conservatives are viewing those facts through a moral framework where the facts are filtered and understood beyond rational thought. He identifies two main frameworks, related to parenting styles, for understanding the conservative / liberal divide. Strict Father...
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  • Research on Uk Supermarket
    their branding strategy. Methodology Research as using a series of scientific methods in order to obtain new knowledge concern a phenomenon (Ryan, 2007:82). In this research, quantitative and qualitative approach has been used. A questionnaire as a measurable and observable way of collecting information...
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  • Does Elevation Head of the Bed Reduce Risk Ventilator Associated Pneumonia
    explain how research topic and question are developed. This essay will tell where and how to search for relevant facts. This essay will focus on the critique part as well. Two selected journal articles will be critiqued, discussed, to recommend and evaluate the strength and the weakness of the published...
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  • sociology
    their policy prescriptions. CDT had a strong influence in Caribbean intellectual and political circles in the 1970s, but it generated vigorous critiques from both Marxist and mainstream social science. The paper suggests that its eventual decline was due to several unresolved theoretical, methodological...
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