Yes the researcher only allowed subjects who met the inclusion criteria to

Yes the researcher only allowed subjects who met the

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Yes, the researcher only allowed subjects who met the inclusion criteria to participate in the study. This allows for a sample to be directly correlated with the population. However, the sampling method used leaves room for bias. For example, the educational differences can lead to certain individuals grasping the information quicker and more effectively. i) Briefly discuss the institutional review board approval and informed consent obtained for this study. The “ethical consideration” section of the study is very brief. The study was approved by the Institutional Review Board at the medical center where the study was performed at (Huang et al. 2017). All of potential subjects were educated over the purpose of the study and provided their personal consent following (Huang et al. 2017). It is not in the literature whether or not there was a document signed. j) Briefly describe the setting and indicate whether it was appropriate for conducting this study. This study was conducted in the hospital setting. This study would have had a higher retention rate if done in a doctor’s office setting where the subject was use to going too. Question #10: Measurement Methods: (For help with these questions, refer to chapters 16, 17, 18) a) List and briefly describe the measures / instruments / tools used in the study. Demographic questionnaire This included multiple questions to get to the
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  • Fall '16
  • Denise Cauble
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