Quantitative Study Evaluation

Review the details for the Qualitative Study Evaluation assignment below. See 3-1: Qualitative Study Evaluation in the Week 3 outline for submission instructions. Locate a qualitative study that may assist you in answering the clinical question you posed during Week 1. If you are unable to find a qualitative study that answers your question, locate a qualitative study on a topic of your choice. In a one to two page paper: • Write a brief description of your study. • Categorize the study as an Ethnographic, Grounded Theory, Phenomenological/Hermeneutic study and offer support the rationale for your choice. • Evaluate the study, based on the questions listed in Box 6.18 of the Melnyk & Fineout- Overholt text: o Aretheresultsvalid/trustworthyandcredible? o Areimplicationsoftheresearchstated? o Whatistheeffectonthereader? o Whatweretheresultsofthestudy? o Howdoestheresearcheridentifythestudyapproach? o Isthesignificance/importanceofthestudyexplicit? o Isthesamplingstrategyclearandguidedbystudyneeds? o Aredatacollectionproceduresclear? o Aredataanalysisproceduresdescribed? • Include the reference for your research article and at least one additional reference. See the Qualitative Study Evaluation Grading Rubric in the Course Syllabus or Course Overview for specific grading criteria. All direct quotations and other sources used must be credited using APA Style®. The topic is How many homeless people suffer from mental illness. Can we affect the amount of homelessness by getting this demographic mental healthcare. Below is a copy of the rubric Quantitative Study Evaluation Homework Grading Rubric Locate a quantitative study that may assist you in answering the clinical question you posed during week one. If you are unable to find a quantitative study that answers your question, locate a quantitative study on a topic of your choice. Criteria Comments Possible Score Student Score Write a brief summary of the study. Categorize your study as a Case-Control, Cohort, or Randomized Controlled Study Support the rationale for your choice. 6 Use the questions in Box 5-1 of the Melnyk & Fineout-Overholt text to evaluate the study: Why was the study done? What is the sample size? What is the independent variable? What is the dependent variable? Are the measurements of major variables valid and reliable? How were the data analyzed? Were there any untoward events during the conduct of the study? Do the results fit with previous research in the area? What does this research mean for clinical practice? (Two points per question) 18 4. Cite at least two scholarly resources (1 point per source) 2 5. Writing skills- grammar, spelling, format, APA citations, maximum two pages 3 Possible Score 29 NUR 310 SP18 Last revised 4/2/2018 © Hondros College of Nursing 10 of 19 Qualitative Study Evaluation Grading Rubric Find a qualitative study that may assist you in answering the clinical question you posed during week one. If you are unable to find a qualitative study that answers your question, locate a qualitative study on a topic of your choice. Criteria Comments Possible Score Student Score 1.Provide an introductory paragraph: a. Write a brief description of your study. b. Categorize the study as an Ethnographic, Grounded Theory, Phenomenological/Hermeneutic c. Support the rationale for your choice. (2 points per criterion) 6 2. Evaluate the study, based on the questions listed in Box 6.1 of the Melnyk & Fineout- Overholt text: Are the results valid/trustworthy and credible? Are implications of the research stated? What is the effect on the reader? What were the results of the study? How does the researcher identify the study approach? Is the significance/importance of the study explicit? Is the sampling strategy clear and guided by study needs? Are data collection procedures clear? Are data analysis procedures described? (2 points per question) 18 3. Cite at least two scholarly resources (1 point per source) 2 4. Writing skills- grammar, spelling, format, APA citations, maximum two pages 3 Possible Score

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