2.According to Grove, Gray, and Burns (2015), what are the potential biases of this sampling method? (pg. 264)a. This is a strong probability sampling method with very little potential for biasb. This method is used when an ordered list of all members of the population are available, and provides a random but not equal chance for inclusion in the study.c. This method provides little opportunity to control for bias because subjects are included in the study merely because they happen to be in the right place at the right time. d. This method is specific to the individuals who were recruited and the information gained cannot be generalized to others who don’t share these types of experiences. e. None of the above biases best describe the sampling method chosen by the author.3.What was the final sample size reported by the authors for this study? (pg. 2769) 4.Was a power analysis conducted? If so, which statement best describes the results of the power analysis? (pg. 2772)5.Which of these statements would be considered to be inclusioncriterion for the sample in the research article? (select all that apply) (pg. 2772) (also, willingness to complete the study questionnaires) ©2017 UTA School of Nursing2
Research Article Critique, Part TwoMedical-surgical nurses’ perceived self-confidence and leadership abilities as first responders in acutepatient deterioration events(Hart et al., 2014)6.Which of these statements would be considered to be exclusion criterionspecifically identified by the author for the sample in the research article?(pg. 2772)a. The exclusion criteria were explained verbally during recruitment.b. History of depression/ mental health issue.c. No exclusion criteria were described. d. Participants only worked on the night shift.
- Fall '16
- Denise Cauble
- Nursing, Hart, UTA School of Nursing