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EGSC Patient Involvement for Improved Patient Safety Article Critique

East Georgia State College

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need help writing scholarly nursing article critique using qualitative research


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Scholarly Article Critique First of all, for any type of journal article your critique should include some basic information: 1. Name(s) of the author(s) 2. Title of article 3. Title of journal, volume number, date, month and page numbers 4. Statement of the problem or issue discussed 5. The author’s purpose, approach or methods, hypothesis, and major conclusions. The bulk of your critique, however, should consist of your qualified opinion of the article. Read the article you are to critique once to get an overview. Then read it again, critically. At this point you may want to make some notes to yourself The following are some questions you may want to address in your critique no matter what type of article you are critiquing. (Use your discretion. These points don’t have to be discussed in this order, and some may not be pertinent to your particular article.) These are just examples of the way you can go. You do not have to answer all of these questions. Most critiques are only 1 to 2 pages in length 1. Is the title of the article appropriate and clear? 2. Is the abstract specific, representative of the article, and in the correct form? 3. Is the purpose of the article made clear in the introduction? 4. Do you find errors of fact and interpretation? (This is a good one! You won’t believe how often authors misinterpret or misrepresent the work of others. You can check on this by looking up for yourself the references the author cites.) 5. Is all of the discussion relevant? 6. Has the author cited the pertinent, and only the pertinent, literature? If the author has included inconsequential references, or references that are not pertinent, suggest deleting them. 7. Have any ideas been overemphasized or underemphasized? Suggest specific revisions. 8. Should some sections of the manuscript be expanded, condensed or omitted? 9. Are the author’s statements clear? Challenge ambiguous statements. Suggest by examples how clarity can be achieved, but do not merely substitute your style for the author’s. 10. What underlying assumptions does the author have? 11. Has the author been objective in his or her discussion of the topic? In addition, here are some questions that are more specific to empirical/research articles. (Again, use your discretion.) 1. Is the objective of the experiment or of the observations important for the field? 2. Are the experimental methods described adequately? 3. Are the study design and methods appropriate for the purposes of the study? 4. Have the procedures been presented in enough detail to enable a reader to duplicate them Rubric for Article Critique Reports : Research Based Articles APA Format Title of the article, journal information Your name and date =5 points 25points Write an abstract summarizing the article 1. The Problem (1-2 paragraphs) 12points Is the problem clearly stated? Is the problem practically important? What is the purpose of the study? What is the hypothesis? Are the key terms defined? 2. Review of Literature (1-2paragraphs) 12 point Are the cited sources pertinent to the study? Is the review too broad or too narrow? Are the references recent? Is there any evidence of bias? 3. Design and procedures ( 1-2 paragraphs) 12points What research methodology was used? Was it a replica study or an original study? What measurement tools were used? How were the procedures structured? Was a pilot study conducted? What are the variables? How was sampling performed? 4. Data Analysis and presentation (1-2 paragraphs) 12point How was data analyzed? Was data qualitative or quantitative? Did findings support the hypothesis and purpose? Were weaknesses and problems discussed? 5. Conclusions and Implications (1-2 paragraphs) 12points Are the conclusions of the study related to the original purpose? Were the implications discussed? Whom the results and conclusions will effect? What recommendations were make at the conclusion? Overall Assessment (1 paragraph) 10points What is your overall assessment of the study? and the article? Total 100points ...
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Qualitative critique: Patient involvement for improved patient safety
Qualitative critique: Patient involvement for improved patient safety.
Thesis Statement: patient involvement would improve safety among patients
A. Abstract
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An abstract summarizing the article

B. Problem
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Problem statement

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Practicality of the problem

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Purpose of study

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Hypothesis

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Definition of terms

C. Literature review
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Relevance of cited sources

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Validity of references

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Scope

D. Design and procedures
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Methodology used

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Originality of the study

III.

Tools employed

IV.

Structure of procedures

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Pilot study

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Sampling process

E. Data analysis and presentation
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Data analysis

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Qualitative critique: Patient involvement for improved patient safety
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Nature of data

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Relating findings to purpose

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Study limitations

F. Conclusion
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Conclusion

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Overall assessment

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