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Two Articles Critique

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Two Articles Critique

Two Articles Critique

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Australian Academic English. you need to first decide which article is qualitative, and which is quantitative, then use the review guide for that type and answer the questions. The terms qualitative and quantitative refer to the research design, and the review guides for the assessment are one for each type. Assignment word limit is 3000 words maximum (i.e. 1500 words maximum per paper) Both papers must be critiqued according to the criteria (Please check the attachments)
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ARTICLE CRITIQUE 1Name:Institution:Course:Date:Quantitative Journal CritiqueDebra K. Moser and Kathleen Dracup(2000), Impact of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training on Perceived Control in Spouses of Recovering Cardiac Patients: a quantitative perspective, 23, 270-278IntroductionThis paper aims to evaluate the critique “Impact of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training on Perceived Control in Spouses of Recovering Cardiac Patients: a quantitative perspective” presented in the Journal of Nursing and Health.Overview of the JournalResearch in Nursing and Health is a general, peer reviewed, research journal that is dedicated to the publication of a broad scope of research and theory that will inform the nursing practices and other disciplines in health. Research reports on nursing practice, administration, education and history on health issues suitable to nursing, and the research findings testing in practice, are normally invited by the editors of this journal. If the knowledge contained in the theory papers is advanced, there is preference that is normally given to them as opposed to simply reviewed theories. The acceptance of integrative reviews of literature depends on whether the gaps in the knowledge are identified and the directions given for future research. The journal is published in the United States of America. The journal is suitable for use in United Kingdom and Australia due to similarities in backgrounds and in practice.AuthorsThe research article presents facts about the authors` education and their place of work during the time of writing the articles. From the information accessible, it is obvious that all of the authors are highly educated and they have very rich experiences in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation research. However, the article does not provide specific author`s professional experiences. It is not known whether the authors work with the counseling department or patient`s surgery operation. Lack of authors` professional experiences in these fields could potentially make the study less trustworthy. It is suggested by Coughlan, et al. (2007) that a research study should be evaluated on its own advantages and not taken for granted to be legitimate and dependable merely based on the authors` qualifications.TitleThe title to this article is “Impact of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training on Perceived Control in Spouses of Recovering Cardiac Patients: a quantitative perspective.” (Moser and Dracup, 2000) A good title must be between 10 and 15 words long and must identify for the reader the study purpose or objective. The title should have the study object, the subject matter being argued including the context of the study (Hames, 2007). The title is well built up because it has recapitulated everything about qualities of a good title. It has an object of study being Spouses of Recovering Cardiac Patients and the subject matter is ‘Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training on Perceived Control`. Th...

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