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This essay critics the procedures and the methods of the research to identify if the research is credible and any weaknesses that could affect its conclusions.
The problem statement of the research centered on the shortage of nursing based intervention measures to help the Post-Stroke patients to regain strength as soon as they recover. The research addresses a very important aspect of nursing that is gaining relevance today. In the recent past, there has been an increase in the number cases of stroke, demanding more serious intervention measures. Therefore the research by Kim (2012) was crucial and relevant for a growing problem in the nursing practice.
The purpose of the study was to investigate the impact of the enjoyable games as intervention measures for post-stroke patients. The purpose of this study is of great significance to the nursing profession. For long it has been the wish of the nursing professionals to provide efficient intervention measures to replace the medical based treatment procedures that have proved inefficient (Byun, 2012). Therefore, the research is meant to improve the provision of treatment and care for post-stroke patients. Since this has been a major problem in the past, such a research by Kim (2009) is a major contribution to the nursing care.
The researcher did not formulate any research questions for the purpose of this research. However, the research seems to be based on the question of whether there enjoyable intervention measures can be used to improve the physical fitness of the post stroke patients. From the purpose of the research, it is clear that the research is meant to investigate whether nursing based intervention measures are efficient in improving the strength of these patients (Byun, 2012). Although, the researcher does not state the research questions, he remains clear on the direction of the research, which makes it possible for one to identify the issues he intends to address with his
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This paper shall critique the research, “Impact of a fall prevention programme in acute hospital settings in Singapore” by Koh, Hafizah, Lee, Loo, and Muthu (2009). It shall provide a critical evaluation of the research, identifying its strengths as well as its weaknesses.
etween full-time working female nurses’ age, domestic duties, e.g., living with a partner, or caring for children or other dependents, recovery from shift work-related fatigue and development or evolution of maladaptive health outcomes, the authors used a questionnaire and
The abstract is professionally done as it clearly identifies the research problem, the sample used, the methodology used in data collection, and the results of the study. However, the researcher does not give any
Additionally 40 students were incorporated as the control group, 40 as the experimental group, and 40 as the placebo group (p. 1367). In all groups, the ratio of males to females was 1:1 (p. 1365).
Using the Sullivan Emotional Intelligence Scale, a 12-week emotional
article is based on a research conducted to establish the reason behind general reluctance of American women to seek early mammography screening for invasive breast cancer. The researchers indicated that one-eighth of the women stand the risk of experiencing the condition.