Introduction: Research the importance of the topic and write an introduction that includes these main points. Obtain relevant background information from a credible source other than the article Explain why the topic is important for researchers to explore
Synopsis: Write a study synopsis that includes these main points. what known and not known about the topic and what gap in knowledge this study intends to fill research design and setting sample sampling method number of subjects inclusion/exclusion criteria attrition, loss to follow up, or response rate (if any) important characteristics of the sample how the study was conducted explain how the data was collected include measurement instruments and what they measured how the intervention was carried out
Appraisal: Appraise the article in narrative format by answering the following questions. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the sampling method, as applied to this study? Give a rationale for your claims. Be sure to consider the inclusion/exclusion criteria, if any, and extraneous variables that the criteria control for. Were the measurement instruments reliable and valid? Why or why not? Was the intervention performed consistently? Why or why not? Were the conclusions of the study supported by the results? Why or why not? Consider study limitations when analyzing conclusions with respect to results. Include key statistical results and p-values as part of your rationale.
Conclusion: Write a conclusion that gives your analysis of the nursing implications based on the findings of the study. DO NOT just use implications to nursing from the article; provide your own analysis. Take clinical significance and risk vs. benefits into account.
Your paper must be in proper APA format, including a title page and reference page.
Submit your article in pdf format and paper in Word format with the following filenames. Lastname article Lastname paper