Evaluative skills about the relationship among different research

For your discussion this week, we are going to break into teams and use some established criteria to develop evaluative skills about the relationship among different research study components.

Evaluative skills about the relationship among different research

For your discussion this week, we are going to break into teams and use some established criteria to develop evaluative skills about the relationship among different research study components.

Review the “Guidelines for Critiquing Research Problems, Research Questions, & Hypotheses (Polite & Beck, Box 4.1, pg. 66).
Begin your appraisal of the Wilson et al. (2016) article Preview the document by answering the following questions:

Firstly, Is the research problem clear and concise?

Secondly, Is the problem statement written as a declarative statement or a formal question?

Thirdly, Is the population of interest clearly described?

Fourthly, Do the researchers identify the independent and dependent variables?

Further, If there is a hypothesis, identify the type.

Also, Be sure to back up your responses with specific examples from the article that support your answers. See example below.

For, example: Is the research problem clear and concise?

Additionally, please for each post write the question and write the answer below.

Jones, Duffy, & Flanagan (2011) clearly describes the research problem of how to assist ambulatory surgery patients to deal with post-operative symptoms. (Jones, Duffy, & Flanagan, 2011 as cited in Polit & Beck, 2014, p. 111).
Please write the question and the answer underneath the question. Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length with (2) references and please attach the article.

More details;

What does a critique of a research study always include?
A research critique is an analysis of a research undertaking that focuses on its strengths and limitations. Critiquing is a systematic process for evaluating research studies and the results reported. “The purpose of a research critique is to determine whether the findings are usable for you”

 

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