PICO question with all el ements present Statement of importance with two facts

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PICO question with all el- ements present. Statement of importance with two facts such as costs, morbidity, mortality, safety. Include related statistics with citation and is 5 years or less from current publication date. 10 – >8 points No introduction statement(s). PICO statement is incomplete. Statement of importance incomplete or missing. Citation is incomplete or missing. 8 – >3 points No introduction statement(s). PICO statement grossly incomplete or missing. Statement of importance missing. No citation 3 - >0 points Summary paragraph for your nursing quantitative research article. (Paragraph #2) Three facts clearly identified from quantitative nursing research article and is 5 years or less from current publication date. A least two of the facts include information from the Results and / or Discussion sections. Facts clearly tied to PICO question. Facts connected to your nursing practice . 10 - >8 points Less than three facts clearly identified from quan- titative nursing research ar- ticle. Only one fact includes re- sults or discussion sections. Facts not clearly tied to PICO question. Facts not clearly connected to your nursing practice . 8 - >3 points No facts clearly identified from the article. No facts from the results or discussion sections No attempt to connect facts from the article back to the PICO question. No attempt to connect facts from the article back to your nursing practice . 3 - >0 points Reliability paragraph for Definition of reliability offered with citation. Vague or no definition of reliability. Vague statements about reliability made with no ©2019 UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Revised February 8, 2020 Page 2 of 8
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Nursing Research your nursing quantitative research article . (Paragraph #3) Discussion of reliability clearly connected to data collection or measurement methods with examples from the student’s research article. (should write down with alpha on the tool) Type of reliability is identified and named. If reliability was not addressed in your article, be sure to discuss this AND include what type of reliability would have been appropriate and why. Hint: This information is covered in Chapter 10. Use Table 10-1 in your textbook to identify the type of reliability of the measurement instru- ment / tool. 10 - >8 points Minimal reference to data collection or measurement methods in discussion of reliability with no reference to specific information from the student’s article. Type of reliability is not clearly identified / named. 8 - >3 points discussion of data collection or measurement methods offered. Type of reliability is not identified / named. 3 - >0 points Validity paragraph for your nursing quantitative research article. (Paragraph #4) Definition of validity offered with citation. Discussion of validity clearly connected to data collection, or measure- ment methods with exam- ples from the student’s re- search article.
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  • Denise Cauble
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