Module A Components of Research Process
- What is the hypothesis/purpose of the study?2. What type of study design is used? Why is this design appropriate for this study? What are the strengths and weaknesses of this method?3. Sampling is a key aspect within the development of a research project. After reading the definitions and characteristics for the different sampling methods, discuss the sampling method that was used in this article. Why was this sampling method appropriate for this study? Discuss the inclusion and exclusion criteria for the sample.4. The selection of tools within a study is a critical aspect. The primary means of designating effective tools for use in a study is using validity and reliability.Module A Components of Research Process Look at the tool(s) used in this study. Was the tool(s) valid? If the tool(s) was valid, was the validation a strong one or not?5.
Data analysis is the process of summarizing and understanding the data that has been collected. How was the data from the study analyzed?6. What are the specific findings of the study? 7. What are some of the specific applications to nursing? 8. Limitations of a research study are characteristics of the design or methodology used that impacted or influenced the interpretation of the findings from your research. What have the authors identified as the limitations the of the study? How does this impact the usefulness of the findings to nursing?9. What have the authors identified as further research that would answer remaining questions?
COMPONENTS OF RESEARCH310. Discuss your thoughts of what is presented within the article that supports the idea that the participants were ethically managed.
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Fitzwater, J., Johnstone, C., Schippers, M., Cordoza, M., & Norman, B. (2019). A comparison of oral, axillary, and temporal artery temperature measuring devices in adult acute care. MEDSURG Nursing, 28(1), 35–41. Module A Components of Research Process