"Sample Research Critique" Essays and Research Papers

  • Sample Research Critique

     A Critique of the Research Article: Methadone/Buprenorphine and Better Maternal/ Perinatal Outcomes: A Meta-analysis Winston-Salem State University A Critique of the Research Article: Methadone/Buprenorphine and Better Maternal/ Perinatal Outcomes: A Meta-analysis Abstract The purpose of this research article is to discuss lower risk drugs such as Methadone and Buprenorphine given to Heroin addicted pregnant patients to create better neonatal and maternal outcomes....

    Breastfeeding, Childbirth, Fetus 978  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Research Critique

    University of Santo Tomas College of Nursing A Nursing Research Critique By Kevin Royce G. Ang McGrath, M., Lyng, C., & Hourican, S. (2012, September). From the simulation lab to the ward: Preparing 4th year nursing students for the role of staff nurse. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 8(7), e265-e272. The length of the title of the study is important. According to Connell Meehan (1999), the title should be between 10 and 15 words long and should clearly identify for the reader the purpose...

    Florence Nightingale, Likert scale, Nurse 1237  Words | 4  Pages

  • research critique

     A Critique of the Research Article: Professional Values: The Case for RN-BSN Completion Education Abstract Previous research has proven that there is little difference between the professional values of nurses. Researchers Hansen, Huyer-Eatwell, & Kubsch, state that there is a difference in nursing values which is evident by difference nursing practice, and questions whether a nurses perception of what professional values are could explain the conclusion of previous studies. The research...

    Academic degree, Diploma in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing 1303  Words | 5  Pages

  • Research Critique

     Abstract The purpose of this paper was to critique a research paper that explored the experiences and attitudes of mental health nursing students towards using cigarettes as a means of controlling client behavior. A survey was used with the information broken down into graphs. Overall, the data showed that the respondents generally did not like this practice. There were both ethical and moral dilemmas involved using lifestyle risk...

    Health, Health care, Mental illness 1612  Words | 5  Pages

  • Research Critique

    Quantitative Article Critique of Nursing Research 1 Problem Statement/Purpose 1 Literature Review 2 Limitations of the Study 2 Hypothesis/Research Question 3 Operational Definitions/Definition of Terms 4 Research Design 5 Setting, Population and Sample 5 Data Collection Methods/Instruments 6 Data Analysis, Findings, Implications, & Recommendations 7 References 8 Quantitative Article Critique of Nursing Research ...

    Angina pectoris, Artery, Atherosclerosis 1578  Words | 5  Pages

  • Research Critique

    Angel Gao Psy. 242 October 23, 13 Research Critique BDSM, stands for bondage-discipline, dominance-submission, sadism-masochism, has been a research study topic by Health Psychology researchers in Netherlands. A video, is uploaded by Huffpost Live, also discusses the same study. However, there are many differences for reporting or explaining the study between the journal article and video. The first one is ten-page long article, which contains many professional words and tell all the details...

    Correlation does not imply causation, Mainstream, Mass media 1053  Words | 3  Pages

  • research critique part 2

    Quantitative Research Critique Grand Canyon University Introduction to Nursing Research NRS-433V Mary O'Connell September 13, 2013 Quantitative Research Critique This is a quantitative study research critique of the research study conducted by Lisa M Black PhD,RN,CNE, Tragedy into Policy: A Quantitative Study of Nurses Attitudes Toward Patient Advocacy Activities. The findings from this research study was used in the state of Nevada to protect nurses when reporting unsafe conditions in...

    Patient, Quantitative marketing research, Quantitative research 773  Words | 3  Pages

  • Research Critique

     Week 4 Research Paper Critique Ashley N. Scott Kaplan University NU310: Nursing Research Robin Lockhart, MSN, RN, CN Week 4 Research Paper Critique When critiquing a research paper, you are evaluating the research and the argument made by the author. To evaluate a research article, one will need to look at what the author is claiming, their research methods, and any problems there might be with the claims made. Are the references in the article reliable? What process did the...

    Blood pressure, Evaluation methods, Psychology 2146  Words | 7  Pages

  • Research Critique

    care, research becomes a necessity. One way of ensuring research study is useable and effective is by critically appraising it. This paper aims to correctly and systematically critique a chosen qualitative research article by scrutinizing its part one by one and providing a concluding comments at the end. Title and abstract A qualitative research article’s title should compose of a central phenomenon and a group under study. It should also contain the context of the study and the research design...

    Nuchal scan, Obstetrics, Pregnancy 2091  Words | 6  Pages

  • Critique Steps (Understanding Quantitative Research)

    OUTLINE OF BASIC CRITIQUE STEPS (understanding quantitative research): Brink and Wood (1994), and Burnes and Groves (1997), similarly describe the steps for quantitative nursing research process and methods. The authors include not only the basic steps to conduct nursing studies, but also translating the studies into articles for publication. According to Burnes & Groves (1997), and Hamric and Spross (1992), the quantitative research method is used to describe or gain more information, test relationships...

    Data analysis, Quantitative research, Research 1270  Words | 5  Pages

  • Research Critique Part 1

    Research Critique Part 1 Grand Canyon University Introduction to Nursing Research NRS-433V Mary O'Connell September 5, 2013 Research Critique Part 1 This paper will critique a qualitative research study published in the Journal of Medical Ethics in 2004, By Dr Helen Aveyard, about how nurses manage patients who refuse nursing care procedures. The article explains how nurses view informed consent as not being essential to nursing care procedures. Problem Statement The clinical problem...

    Data analysis, Focus group, Grounded theory 668  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sample and Design Critique

    Sample and Design Critique The purpose of this paper is to critique the design, sample and ethical issues used in the selected research studies. The article “The Experience of Patients Undergoing Awake Craniotomy” is a qualitative study. The overall purpose of the study is as Palese, Skrap, Fachin, Visioli, and Zannini, (2008) states, “Although different techniques are used, very little has been documented about how the patients feels, what they think about, or how they approach this type of surgery...

    Blood pressure, Ethics, Human leg 1121  Words | 3  Pages

  • Special Education Research Critique

    Research Article Critique REFERENCE Rickson, D. J., & Watkins, W. G. (2003). Music therapy to promote prosocial behaviors in aggressive adolescent boys A pilot study. _Journal of Music Therapy, 40_(4), 283-301. PURPOSE The hypothesis of this research study was to determine if music therapy would help promote prosocial behaviors in aggressive boys. These subjects have different social, emotional, and learning disorders. METHOD The subjects were selected from a group of 88 young boys who have...

    ADHD predominantly inattentive, Attention, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder 576  Words | 3  Pages

  • Research Critique Qualitative study

    Research Critique of: Living With Atrial Fibrillation: A Qualitative Study Sarah E. Garcia Grand Canyon University: NRS-433V 10/19/2014 Research Critique of: Living With Atrial Fibrillation: A Qualitative Study Patients living with atrial fibrillation suffer daily from the side effects of their condition and the treatments pertaining to it, yet not much consideration is taken to help understand and alleviate this burden. As healthcare workers, it is our duty to research and...

    Atrial fibrillation, Coronary artery disease, Heart 761  Words | 4  Pages

  • Research Critique

    Research Critique, Part 1: A Qualitative Study Transformation: the "life-changing" experience of women who undergo a surgical weight loss intervention Problem Statement Nursing research provides only a few studies that investigate the experience of a patient who choose to undergo a bariatric surgical intervention. As the science of bariatric nursing care continues to grow, additional information is necessary to support both the person undergoing such procedures and the clinicians providing...

    Bariatric surgery, Bariatrics, Obesity 863  Words | 3  Pages

  • Critique a Research Study

    Critique a Research Study Critique a Research Study The nursing research study I chose at the beginning of the semester was Impact of health literacy and patient trust on glycemic control in an urban USA population. The research article begins with a description of Diabetes, its consequences of the disease process, complications, economic cost, and the public health crisis that is foreseen over the next few decades. Research has shown that improvement of glycosylated hemoglobin concentration...

    Demographics of the United States, Diabetes, Diabetes mellitus 1214  Words | 4  Pages

  • Research Critique 2

     Research Critique Melinda Ann Whiteley SW 530 January 29, 2015 Professor Thomas Research Critique The purpose of this paper is to critique an article from the National Association of Social Workers, Inc. The article selected is titled “Child custody loss among women with persistent severe mental illness.” (Hollingsworth, 2004) I selected this article due to its applicability to child protective services which is where my field practicum is taking place. The components of this article are...

    Mental disorder, Mental health, Mental illness 1489  Words | 6  Pages

  • Research Article Critique

    Research Article Critique Tonya L. Smith, RN Liberty University NUR 225 Research Article Critique The title of the research article I chose to critique is from the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. “Hypertension, orthostatic-hypotension, and the risk of falls in a community-dwelling elderly population: The maintenance of balance, independent living, intellect, and zest in the elderly Boston study”; this title fits well with the content presented in the research article. The...

    Blood pressure, Hypertension, Hypotension 1715  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nursing Research Critique

    RESEARCH CRITIQUE Research Critique of Adherence to Walking or Stretching, and Risk of Preeclampsia in Sedentary Pregnant Women Ana H. Corona Western University of Health Sciences CGN 5306: Biostatistics and Epidemiology August 1, 2009 Research Critique of “Adherence to Walking or Stretching, and Risk of Preeclampsia in Sedentary Pregnant Women” Introduction This paper is to critique a study of adherence to walking or stretching during pregnancy in high risk women who were sedentary...

    Artery, Blood pressure, Cardiac cycle 1625  Words | 5  Pages

  • Critique of Research Study

    Abstract This paper will review and critique Hess's quantitative study of vascular access improvement in pediatric population by using a vein viewing device. The author utilized a prospective, non-randomized study at a tertiary care center. The sample of the study included 150 procedures in the control group and 91 procedures in the experimental group from the ages 0 to 17 years. The primary aim of the study was to increase the first-attempt success rate of venipuncture and decrease procedure...

    Arithmetic mean, Experiment, Experimental design 1431  Words | 5  Pages

  • Qualitative Research Critique

    Running head: Qualitative Research Critique Qualitative Research Critique: Retrospective Perception of Difficult Communication Wene Mawalla Brock University The article “Patient Real time and 12 month retrospective perception of difficult communication in the cancer diagnostic period” is written by Throne, S., Armstrong, E., Harris, S.R., Hislop, G., Kim-Sing, C., Oglov, J.L., Oliffe, J.L., & Stajduhar, K.L. through a naturalist setting. This article will attempt to give a systematic...

    Focus group, Participant observation, Qualitative research 1459  Words | 5  Pages

  • Research Critique

    can reduce the incidence of urinary catheterization, and consequently this will enhance the patients’ safety. Critique Part 1 Research Questions or Hypotheses The background and significance of this study are properly presented in the introduction. The research question is presented at the end of the introduction of this article. Saint et al. (2005) develop the research question based on the scientific backgrounds they selected and reviewed: “Is a urinary catheter reminder effective...

    Catheter, Catheters, Epidural 1527  Words | 5  Pages

  • Journal Article Research Critique

    Journal Article Research Critique by C. O’Neal MBA 532 UA – Quantitative Business Analysis Instructor:Dr. Ed Ohlson Cheryl O’Neal 3/8/2008 Journal Article Research Critique by C. O’Neal Introduction Cancer patients experience a variety of symptoms that are associated with the disease process itself and with the treatment regimens used to control or eradicate the disease. The authors (Bender, Engberg, Donovan, Cohen, Houze...

    Cancer, Chi-square test, Comorbidity 1780  Words | 6  Pages

  • Quantitative Research Critique

     Quantitative Research Critique Charles Good, RN Nursing Research NUR 418 Thomas Edison State College Abstract The critique of the study on job-related stress and sickness absence among Belgian nurses was conducted on the studies validity and reliability. The study was analyzed and broken down using the methods learned throughout the semester, and proved to be reliable and valid. The study was absolutely applicable to the field of nursing and translated well into our society. The...

    Confidence interval, Interval estimation, Nurse 1372  Words | 8  Pages

  • Research Article Critique

    MODULE 2: RESEARCH ARTICLE CRITIQUE Vandana G. Kotapally Grand Canyon University: SPE 557 04/25/2012 Abstract Causes of dyslexia or reading disabilities have been hotly debated by researchers and educators. Knowledge regarding the causes of reading disabilities is important as they define the strategies that will used to help students with dyslexia learn. Dyslexia is caused by differences in the information processing patterns of learning disability students. Language and phonological skills...

    Dyslexia, Educational psychology, Learning disability 1353  Words | 4  Pages

  • Research Article Critique

     Assignment 2 Research Article Critique Name: Hanrui Li Student ID: 3451461 Email: hli1@unb.ca Course Number: BA 3129 Professor: Keith Dewar Due: November 4, 2014 Research Article Critique The article “ Measuring innovation in a 'low-tech' service industry: the case of the Dutch hospitality industry” was written by Pim Den Hertog, Faiz Gallouj and Jeroen Segers (July 2011). It presents the findings of innovations in the Dutch hospitality industry among 613 firms. This paper will review...

    Diffusion of innovations, Entrepreneurship, Innovation 1264  Words | 5  Pages

  • Research Critique: the Freshman Seminar

    Research Critique: The Freshman Seminar and Academic Success of At-Risk Students Authors Potts, Glenn; Schultz, Brian Importance of the Problem Attention to student retention and success remains a significant priority among universities across the globe. Trends to support academic success programs among freshman that increase second year persistence and timely graduation at postsecondary institutions continue to be adopted. As more states implement funding based funding, campuses have a more...

    College, High school, Higher education 1175  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Critique of the Qualitative Research

     A Critique of the Qualitative Research: “Missed Nursing Care” Mamdouh Nakada Berea College Nur 352 February 18, 2015 Beatrice J. Kalisch, PhD, RN, FAAN, reports her qualitative study “Missed Nursing Care” on medical-surgical units in the Journal of Nursing Care Quality. In the article, " Nursing Care: A Qualitative Study," the researcher helps us understand what nursing care regularly missed on medical-surgical unit and what are the reasons nursing staff give for not completing...

    Data analysis, Focus group, Grounded theory 1737  Words | 9  Pages

  • Research Article Critique

    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 which has emerged from research. Nurses are expected to use their research findings to make informed decisions and actions with patients. The ultimate goal of research is to develop and expand ones knowledge...

    Data analysis, Grounded theory, Nursing 2616  Words | 7  Pages

  • Qualitative Research Critique

    Qualitative Research Critique Grand Canyon University: NRS-433V October 19, 2014 Qualitative Research Critique “High rates of staff turnover in nursing homes is not a recent phenomenon. As far back as the mid-1970s studies have documented average turnover rates for registered nurses (RNs), licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) and certified nurse’s aides (CNAs) ranging between 55% and 75%” (Mor,V., Mukamel, D.B., & Spector,W. D. 2009, 1). Long term care facilities (LTC) have staffing issues...

    Focus group, Healthcare occupations, Licensed practical nurse 1174  Words | 2  Pages

  • Research Data Critique

     Research Data Critique Research Data Critique Conducting educational research includes the investigation, portrayal, clarification, or forecast of instructive sensation utilizing precise information gathering and dissection procedures. According to Aron, Aron N., and Coups (2013)”The statistical procedure for testing variation among the means of more than two groups is called the analysis of variance, abbreviated as ANOVA.“...

    Alternative hypothesis, Arithmetic mean, Hypothesis 733  Words | 7  Pages

  • Research Article Critique

    participants. This was the only critical measure used in this study. Study Critique Target Population, Study Population, Measurement & Unit of Analysis Target Population and Study Population. This study made no hypotheses but instead aimed to assess the knowledge and attitudes of social work students towards working with clients who are substance problems. Their study population was an appropriate sized and not too limited sample consisting of a final one hundred and twenty-one students from Birmingham...

    Drug abuse, Drug addiction, International Federation of Social Workers 1964  Words | 6  Pages

  • Qualitative Research Critique

    RUNNING HEAD: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH CRTIQUE Qualitative Research Article Critique November 16, 2011 Overall critique: This paper is an article critique written by Alexander & Clare (2004) titled: You still feel different: The experience and meaning of women’s self-injury in the context of a lesbian or bisexual identity. This study’s purpose was to explore the meaning behind females’ self-injurious behavior within the context of being a lesbian or bisexual. It aimed to better understand this...

    Data analysis, Meaning of life, Participant observation 1889  Words | 6  Pages

  • Research Critique part 2

    Research Critique Part 2 Grand Canyon University Introduction to Nursing Research NRS-433V-0104 Cheri Church May 25, 2014 Research Critique Part 2 This paper will review a quantitative study comparing the outcomes of physicians that use sterile versus nonsterile gloves during simple soft tissue lacerations repairs in the Emergency Room. It will address the protection of human participants, their risks/benefits, and a review of the study’s data collection, data analysis, and problem statement...

    Chronic wound, Emergency department, Hospital 1059  Words | 4  Pages

  • Research Article Critique

    Research Article Critique The objective of this study which was conducted by two professors at Witchita State University, Cathleen A. Lewandowski and Twyla J. Hill was to evaluate whether social and emotional supports influenced the successful completion of drug treatment amongst women. The study was conducted in a non-profit agency which provided comprehensive drug abuse treatment in programs that were specifically designed for women. Although the facility in which the study took place was...

    Addiction, Complex network, Drug addiction 1237  Words | 4  Pages

  • Unit 6 Research NU310 Critique

    Unit 6 Critique The purpose of this paper is to identify and critique specific designs, identify and critique the sampling methodology and determine Ethical considerations in two different research articles. The two different research articles are: “The Experience of Patients Undergoing Awake Craniotomy” that was done by researchers Palese, Skrap, Fachin, Visioli, and Zannini in 2008, and “The Effects of Crossed Leg on Blood Pressure Measurement” with researchers’ Foster-Fitzpatrick, Ortiz, Sibilano...

    Blood pressure, Psychology, Qualitative research 1486  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing/Medicine Research Report Critique

    Critique of a Research Report: Comparison of Communication Outcomes in Traditional versus Simulation Strategies in Nursing and Medical Students Khaoula Louati University of Athabasca Introduction The purpose of research in nursing and medicine is to acquire knowledge that would improve nursing and medical practices. The research paper that will be critiqued is “Comparison of Communication Outcomes in Traditional versus Simulation Strategies in Nursing and Medical Students”. The aim of this...

    Qualitative research, Quantitative research, Research 2296  Words | 7  Pages

  • Quality of Life, Research Critique

    Running head: QUALITY OF LIFE, RESEARCH CRITIQUE Quality of Life, Research Critique Lisa Spann Grand Canyon University Introduction to Nursing Research NRS-433V Professor Anna Auler October 04, 2012 Quality of Life, Research Critique As the ability to prolong chronological life advances, the question is when is the effort enough or too much? The term coined “quality of life” or QoL is thrown out to be a point of reference. The certain point at which determined the efforts are no longer...

    Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine, Hospice 847  Words | 3  Pages

  • Analysis and Critique of Research-Based Literature

    Analysis and Critique of Research-Based Literature (ACRBL) FIRST INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT ON CROSS CULTURAL RESEARCH Rachmatwuena I. C. Korompis – ID # 100089465 – DBA10 I. Summary of Hofstede’s Model of Cross-Cultural Management Early management gurus used to presume that their ideas on management apply to everybody all over the world. Their notions were challenged when the Japanese became a world economic superpower, along with the significant rise of dragons and tigers economies. The notion that...

    Cross-cultural, Cross-cultural communication, Culture 1262  Words | 4  Pages

  • critique

    CRITIQUE OF THESIS “Determinant Factors Affecting the State of Maintenance of Equipment and Machineries in the Eight Engineering Districts of the DPWH-NCR” by Engr. Tiburcio L. Magtoto A critique submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master in Business Administration by Marvellie E. Amba Lyceum of the Philippines University January 2014 Submitted to: Professor Carl Mark Miniano Strategic Management INTRODUCTION ...

    Literature, Methodology, Null hypothesis 1228  Words | 4  Pages

  • Critique of a Qualitative Research Article (See Attached)

    Critique of a Qualitative Research Article (see attached) Utilize research protocols in defining, researching, analyzing and synthesizing appropriate scholarly research within the topic/issue selected. � Demonstrate critical thinking skills in the implementation of the research activity as evidenced through the application of the research process using the scientific method identified in this guide. � Demonstrate grammatically appropriate writing skills as evidenced in the quality of...

    Citation, Critical thinking, Psychology 818  Words | 4  Pages

  • Research Article Critique Essay

    Running head: Research Article Critique Essay            Research Article Critique Essay  Sandy Maalouf  University of San Francisco                      Running head: Research Article Critique Essay    Introduction:  Pain is considered chronic when it is continuous or recurrent and lasts more than three  months. Chronic pain has a negative impact on an individual's quality of life, affecting sleep,  diet, relationships, ability to work, and functionality, among other aspects of daily life. ...

    Reasoning 973  Words | 6  Pages

  • Research Article Critique on Alzheimer's Disease

    Danisha Stewart April 18, 2012 Research Article Critique 1 NURS 4922 1. Brodaty, H., Ames, D., Snowdon, J., Woodward, M., Kirwan, J., Clarnette, R., & ... Greenspan, D. (2005). Risperidone for psychosis of Alzheimer's disease and mixed dementia: results of a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 20(12), 1153-1157. 2. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of low dose risperidone in treating psychosis of...

    Aggression, Alzheimer's disease, Antipsychotic 1720  Words | 7  Pages

  • Sample Research Format

    study Respondents – (From your journals) Sample – Location – DV – (Consider as Title too) IV – IV – IV – Before ending this part write the following paragraph “Therefore, the purpose of this study aims to explore the TITLE among the respondents and the correlation IV IV IV and DV.” 1.2 Problem Identification 5 Research Specific Objectives Each objective 5 paragraph with a research question at the end. Research question you can make up from your objective...

    Cluster sampling, Research, Respondent 1188  Words | 30  Pages

  • Marketing Research Proposal Sample

    intelligence so that it can guide any new entrant in this sector in Indian market would get befitted. The study includes both primary and secondary research. Primary research was conducted across India. Primary research involves collecting information from both consumers and retailers so as to get better understanding about the market. This research report can serve as a guide for any new entrant who wants to enter in this fruit juice market in India. The report can also serve as a basic industry...

    Exploratory research, Juice, Marketing 568  Words | 3  Pages

  • 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 room two different types of sutures permanent and non permanent sutures are used as well as glue for lacerations. Scalp wounds are difficult as pressure to wound as well as the hair of the scalp...

    First aid, Hospital, Myocardial infarction 879  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Research Critique

     Research Critique: Continuing Education for Nurses Research Critique: Continuing Education for Nurses There are many degree levels of practicing nurses such as diploma, associates, and baccalaureates. According to Altmann nursing field should engage in lifelong learning process and be primarily composed of baccalaureate degree (2012). Currently only half of the nursing field have a baccalaureate degree or higher. The research article “Nurses’ attitudes toward...

    Academic degree, Bachelor's degree, Continuing education 692  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sample of Research-SWOT, sample plan

    SWOT Analysis Sampling Design As seen below is the computation using sample size formula. n = Sample size N = Population size e = Margin of error (10%) For employees: For customers: STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM This study will identify the success factor of Internet Shop business on Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City 1. What is the strength of the Internet Shop business? 2. What are the weaknesses of the Internet...

    Internet, Null hypothesis, Statistical hypothesis testing 852  Words | 4  Pages

  • Quantitative Research Critique

    Quantitative Research Critique Cathleen Atkins Grand Canyon University NRS 433V Linda Permoda March 24, 2013 Quantitative Research Critique Title of Article The title of the article being critiqued is “The impact of workload on hygiene compliance in nursing”, which was published in the British Journal of Nursing (Knoll, Lautenschlaeger, & Borneff-Lipp, 2010). Authors There are three authors for this quantitative research study. Martin Knoll is the HTW of Saarland, Clinical Nursing...

    Florence Nightingale, Nurse, Nurses 829  Words | 3  Pages

  • Quantitative Critique

    Running head: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH CRITIQUE 1 Quantitative Research Critique By Elisabeth Bryant A Paper Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for NU 533 Advanced Nursing Research University of South Alabama College of Nursing Spring 2011 QUANTITATIVE CRITIQUE 2 Quantitative Research Critique This is a critique of the quantitative research article titled Influence of Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes on Gluconeogenesis and Glucose Output in Humans studied by Amelia Gastaldelli...

    Diabetes mellitus, Diabetes mellitus type 2, Insulin 1191  Words | 5  Pages

  • Research Critique Part 1IntroductionBurns And Grove

     Research Critique - Part 1 Introduction Burns and Grove (2011), define qualitative research is a standardized, personal way used to define life experiences and grant them meaning. A qualitative study must establish a dilemma or research problem, does not contain a hypotheses, and the research questions, which evolve as the study progresses are usually very broad. As a result, the person conducting the study looks for data to form impressions; this type of research cannot be measured...

    Data analysis, Grounded theory, Psychology 939  Words | 6  Pages

  • Communication Research notes sample

    – Communication Research Q. Write a long note on choosing measures. A. No matter what is the design of your research, your study will involve measuring the values of the variables included the design. There are many ways in which a giver variable can be measured. So, let us go through several important characteristics of a measure. a. Assessing validity: We have already discussed the concepts of the internal and the external validity, which are attributes of research design. Here we will...

    Causality, Design of experiments, Experiment 1612  Words | 5  Pages

  • Research Critique Part 2

     Domestic Violence Research Critique Breann Donaghue NRS 433 V Introduction to Nursing Research Grand Canyon University 6/28/15 Introduction Domestic abuse is a problem in the USA, and the research article that I am critiquing is studying the effectiveness of screening for domestic abuse in health care pre-screening settings. Domestic abuse is a hard situation for the woman going through it and often times it’s a hard subject to discuss. In order to help women with this process it’s...

    Child abuse, Domestic violence, Health care 1042  Words | 6  Pages

  • Research Proposal Sample

    Research Proposal Template Please note that instructions (in italics) should be deleted and replaced by the appropriate entries. The word guides are a maximum. The proposal should include a list of references and a timeframe. The word count is 2500 – 3000. 1. Title Give a clear and succinct title, indicating the problem area around which the research will be undertaken. 2. Background Include a description of the background to your topic. Explain why you have chosen the topic - give both...

    Ethics, Gantt chart, Morality 378  Words | 3  Pages

  • Critique

    Critique Research of < The Impact of Government Ownership and Institutions on the Reporting Behavior of Local Auditors in China > By Chongxiao (Claire) Chen Illustration The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether regional differences in the political and institutional environment in China have a remarkable and significant impact on auditor reporting behavior. The study focuses on a single country (China) to examine whether regional variations in institutional development affect...

    Audit, Auditing, Auditor's report 2422  Words | 7  Pages

  • ABFA1023 Research Sample 1

    ABFA 1023 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING COURSEWORK 1 (RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT) 9 Oct 2010 SAMPLE 1 1. Introduction In completing this assignment, we have conducted our research on “Inventories” by reading some textbooks in the library and some relevant articles from the internet. In the following sections, we will report our findings on the various definitions of the terms involved and explain our understanding of the topic researched, through the use of illustratations. 2. Definitions Paragraph...

    Asset, Balance sheet, Business 381  Words | 2  Pages

  • Research Critique Part 1

    When examining any research article, it is important to critique it thoroughly. A thorough critique allows the reader an opportunity examine the study in detail. In this manner, the reader may make a thoughtful opinion regarding the actual scientific value of the study. This is particularly true in the fields of nursing and medicine. Currently, both fields continue to move towards evidence-based treatments. As a result, it is important to weigh the evidence that each study offers to the literature...

    Case study, Infectious disease, Medicine 1233  Words | 4  Pages

  • Qualitative Research Article Critique.

    Qualitative research is "the investigation of phenomena, typically in an in-depth and holistic fashion, through the collection of rich narrative materials using a flexible research design" (Polit, Beck, and Hungler, 2001, p 469). Qualitative researchers focus on the descriptions and deeper meaning associated with the data collected. Another way to define qualitative research is to describe it as a type of research that involves interpreting non-numerical data. The next few pages will discuss the...

    Abortifacient, Abortion, Data analysis 1428  Words | 6  Pages

  • Sample Research Paragraph

    Sample Research Paper Paragraph At this point in your research, you should already have in mind the questions that you want to answer in your research paper. For example, if I were writing a research paper on cloning, I might want to answer these questions: 1) Why are people so afraid of genetic research and cloning? And 2) Why should genetic research and cloning research be allowed to progress? (You must take a clear stance on whatever issue you choose to write about.) In answering those questions...

    Fear, Greek loanwords, Mainstream 770  Words | 2  Pages

  • Sample of Research Method

    VI. SAMPLE OF RESEARCH METHODOLOGY DESCRIPTIONS My research methodology requires gathering relevant data from the specified documents and compiling databases in order to analyze the material and arrive at a more complete understanding and historical reconstruction of the lives of selected female scholars. I hope to shed light on the following questions through my research: 1) How did female scholars obtain their education? a) How important were factors such as kinship networks and socio-economic...

    E-participation, Fulbright Program, Nitrogen 1156  Words | 4  Pages

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