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1Qualitative Research Critique of the Use of Social Media Among Individuals Who Sufferfrom Post-Traumatic Stress: A Qualitative Analysis of NarrativesPrince Nartey College of Health and Human Services, Northern Kentucky UniversityMSN-600: Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice and Research Dr. Karen Vietz June 21, 2020
2Qualitative Research Critique of the Use of Social Media Among Individuals Who Sufferfrom Post-Traumatic Stress: A Qualitative Analysis of Narratives.Title The article named "use of Social Media Among Individuals Who Suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress: A Qualitative Analysis of Narratives" by Salzmann-Erickson and Hicdurmaz (2017). Recognizes the theme viable; it focuses on the populace and depicts the center point. This populace alludes to individuals with PTSD: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Another part that permits the reader to comprehend what sort of study it is; comprises of the explanation that refersto the kind of methodology utilized, for example, qualitative research narrative. The title permits to recognize numerous keywords utilized in the theme and gives a wide thought of what the remainder of the content is going to be about. AbstractThe abstract of this article plainly expresses the objectives under research and demonstrates its fundamental ramifications, the sort of participants, and the thematic significance. Furthermore, the authors utilized keywords that effectively recognize the methods used to acquire the data. These keywords likewise found in the title encourages the reader to monitor the fundamental thought in this investigation. A portion of the ideas is social media and post-traumatic stress, which sum up what the investigation is about and how the qualitative research method has been utilized to collect information dependent on the participant's experiences. For this situation, the utilization of YouTube videos, online groups discussion, and
3blogs that depict in the discoveries how the participants use them as adapting or coping mechanisms for self-care.IntroductionPurposeIn the presentation of the article, the authors plainly express the principle purpose behind leading this study: “Analyze authentic online-posted narratives from individuals who suffer fromPTSD and their communication with others through posted comments” (Salzmann-Erickson and Hicdurmaz, 2017).Significance For what reason is this significant? PTSD is a mental health disorder that influences patients' lives. As expressed by the authors it can cause weakness in social, work-related, or othersignificant areas of operation (Salzmann-Erickson and Hicdurmaz, 2017). Health professionals are not exempted from this issue, anybody is susceptible to PTSD when presented with traumaticevents. Based on the area of work or profession individuals and health expertise face such challenges. It is positive adaptations and coping skills people use to manage this disorder. Such coping skills is by the use of social media, virtual forum discussions and blogs to help affected individuals vent and express their sentiments. Social media assists health professionals to get