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Topic: Critiquing Research Designs
Thesis Statement: The paper reviews and critiques some of the articles used in the study by
giving their summary, research methodology used and then gives a basis of how the contents of
the articles support the topic of study.
Article I: Learning from Failure: Lessons from Nigeria about Integrating Technology into
Rural Health Systems
Article II: Are there ways to reduce the risk of infant mortality
Article III: How low tech is making a big impact on maternal deaths in Nigeria
Running head: REVIEW AND CRITIQUE OF ARTICLES
Reviews and Critiques of Articles
REVIEW AND CRITIQUE OF ARTICLES
Review and Critique of Articles
The infant mortality rate in Nigeria is high when compared to other states and especially
developed countries. Infant mortality rate is more prominent in the rural Nigeria than in the
urban areas. Research should therefore, be done to note reasons why the mortality rate is still up
in this century where technology has improved service delivery in healthcare sector. While
researching about infant mortality rate in Nigeria and how the integration of technology in the
Nigerian healthcare system, several books and articles will be useful in providing the relevant
information required for the study. The paper reviews and critiques some of the articles used in
the study by giving their summary, research methodology used and then gives a basis of how the
contents of the articles support the topic of study.
The first article is; Learning from Failure: Lessons from Nigeria about Integrating
Technology into Rural Health Systems by Dr. Ekong (2017). The article explains how a study
was done about the healthcare system of in rural Nigeria. The contents of the article are relevant
to the topic of study and the research question which aims at finding the impacts of technology
integration in rural healthcare system in Nigeria in regards to infant mortality rate reduction. A
research on the healthcare system in rural Nigeria was necessitated by the poor health service...
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