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Integration 3 Evidence Based Practice Part 1. Answer the following questions based on the brief videos seen in class re: how to read a research article. You should also refer to the article by Childers, posted on UM Learn Which section of a research paper is described in each point below? 1. Why the research was done and with emphasis on why the results are significant. Discussion 2. What the data shows you – nothing more. Results 3. When was past work done, by whom, why was their work important, what the author plans to do in their paper, and why what they did is important. Introduction 4. Why the data shows what it does, and how the author’s analysis relates back to their objectives from the Introduction. Conclusions 5. How the author did what they did and where they did it--nothing more Methods Answer the following as true or false: 1. A critique of a scientific article is essentially a criticism of an article- nothing more T F True 2. The reader should always trust that the author of a scientific article has analyzed and presented the data accurately and in a relevant and useful way. T F False 3. For the sake of efficiency, it is sufficient to read the abstract of an article as that provides a

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