Follow the instructions provided in Critique of Research Studies Instructions. Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment. Please label Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. ***Nursing Home Patients and Pneumonia*** using articles from previous papers Thank you
Critique of Research Studies Instructions
Complete a critique of the quantitative and qualitative articles that were submitted in Module 3.
This assignment will be completed in three parts. Refer to the information below as a guide to the information that should be included in each part.
Follow the guidelines for the quantitative and qualitative article critiques in Chapter 5, Box 5.2, pages 112-114 and Box 5.3, pages 115-117 of the textbook.
1) Utilize a central heading to indicate that what follows is the critique of the articles.
2) The side headings of the critique for each article should follow the headings in Box 5.2 and 5.3.
3) Note that within these BASIC guidelines, there are additional references to Detailed Critiquing Guidelinesfound in various boxes in chapters focused on the various elements of a research study report. Use these to expand the research study and to learn specific terminology appropriate to the critique of research.
When turning in the final submission, please put in the the following order: Quantitative Article Critique, Qualitative Article Critique, References (should include the two articles, the text, and any other additional sources).
Quantitative and Qualitative Research Critique Name Institution Quantitative and Qualitative Research Critique Research Critique Part 1 Quantitative Study Aspect of the ReportCriteriaDescription of ways the study meets/does not meet criteriaTitleLength Study population identified Independent and dependent variables identified OtherThe title is long enough to capture the entire objective of the study as per quantitative studies. The title has clearly defined the study population making it ideal. Both the independent and dependent variables are captured in the title as required by quantitative studies (Steen, et al. 2002).AbstractUse of headings Concise description of study objectives or hypothesis Easy to determine methods used Results apparent Conclusion lists clinical implications Full description allows for evaluation of study without full textThe abstract has effectively employed the use of headings that guide the areas to be covered in the study as required quantitative research as required. The study has given a clear description of the study objective to be used in the paper in consistency with quantitative research. The study has adopted a clear method that is easy to follow and is therefore ideal for this kind of study. The abstract clearly highlights the results of the study thus making it easy to see what is expected even before reading the article as per quantitative research guidelines. The conclusion does not list the clinical implicat...