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1Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical ConsiderationsRough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical ConsiderationsChristiana BonaGrand Canyon UniversityOctober 10, 2019
2Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical ConsiderationsBackground of the Study Authors of this research work utilized the method of pilot execution study to look at theimplementation of the thoroughly assessed Healthier Families Program as well as the Recreationsites within three cities of the nation i.e. Michigan, Nevada, and Georgina which consists ofpeople of different socio-cultural origins. There has been limited success in different healthcareoutcomes even though there has been the expansion of the evidence-based behavioralinterventions within the community organizations. This has been the case since the fidelity andthe clinical interventions dosage are becoming diluted when they are utilized within thecommunity settings. There have been more than 300 randomized controlled trials to assist in preventin andtreating childhood obesity. There are several trials which have been successful in enhacing chechild body mass index, however, the generalizability of their outcome, as well as thesustainability of the programs, have become hard to evaluate. Attempts that have been made toreplicate the programs in other healthcare facilities have not been fruitful. Therefore, due to theburden of childhood obesity, future studies must include rigorous methods to help in scaling outthe effective research into the real world context and assessing their effects. Methods of the StudyThis study involved utlization of RE-AIM framework to assess the program throughquantitative i.e. the pre and post-survey of the behavioral changes; attendance and fidelity. Aqualitative approach was also used i.e. interviews using Parks and Recreation staff as well asparticipants of the program. Each participant site was used for the ten families coming from thelocal communities through the use of in-person, face to face, and email. The research was guided

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