The article "Evidence-Based Practice Step by Step: Critical Appraisal of the Evidence: Part I" provides a critical appraisal guide for appraising quantitative studies. Select one quantitative study from the research articles you have identified for your project.
Using the quantitative study you have selected, answer three of the questions listed in the critical appraisal guide in the above article.
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How does each article describe the nature of the problem, issue, or deficit you have identified?
Does each article provide statistical information to demonstrate the gravity of the issue, problem, or deficit?
What are example(s) of morbidity, mortality, and rate of incidence or rate of occurrence in the general population?
Does each article support your proposed change?
PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH Name: Institutional Affiliation: Professional Research Introduction The primary aim of this critical appraisal focuses on establishing the levels of evidence, the manner in which the study was conducted and its usefulness in practice. The evaluation of the articles used in this study remains relevant to evidence-based practice since the findings are useful in the making of clinical decision (Rapp, et.al.2011). In conducting the critical appraisal of these articles, the focus will be drawn on the relevance of the research design. The study will consequently use the quantitative research approach that will consider the fit and relationship between different variables used in the survey. Critical Appraisal Nature of the Problem As detailed by Jong-Long, et.al (2014), Rose (2014), Lin, et.al (2012), Rapp, et.al (2011), and Kim, et.al (2014), falls are considered as an aspect that occurs among elderly patients associated with the use of drugs, with the factors influencing the cessation and prescription of falls established as the increase in drugs. On the o