It had managed to stimulate the reader's attention by clearly depicting the essence of the article in a brief and concise manner. It was a simple, clear, unbiased, fully explanatory, and accurate as Stockhausen & Conrick (2002) describe an excellent title. In the addition, the title should not be lengthy to describe an article (Schneider et al, 2003); rather it should be kept short and comprehensible. The authors of this article have developed a title which provides important information about the main idea of the article. We can see from the title, knowing that this is a quantitative report.
Title moves towards abstract which summarizes the article. It facilitates the reader whether to read the whole article or not (Schneider et al, 2003). A good abstract is brief but comprehensive enough to capture all the important aspects of a research work. It is a summary of an article; it covers all the important sections of a research article like; background, statements on the method, findings, conclusion and clinical implications 9 Schneider et al, 2003). The abstract within the article had successfully market the article by enticing the reader to further enquire without needing further supporting material. It had clearly summates all relevant information associated with the research process such as aim, background, method, results, conclusion and relevance. Moreover, it was of appropriate length and very comprehensive.
Focusing the topic on which research was carried out has been presented in this article. Though reasonable size of available sources which describes the topic, the authors move towards building the real scenario of their aims and objectives. The technical terms and other related definitions are features and discussed under the introduction. This article starts with an account about the topic in the title. The authors have utilized various sources available to strengthen its point.
The article provides ample evidence of referencing and considerably recent literature that have been systematically written, clearly showing relationships among its concepts. In recognition with the difficulty and stress experienced by haemodialysis patients proven in the past studies, it had refreshed the idea that psychosocial intervention may serve to address this issue. It had provided the idea that individual interventions have been previously introduced in the past and was hindered by its limitations, thus acknowledging the possible importance of psychosocial group intervention to haemodialysis patients' condition. This had then serve as a valid reason to conduct a study using the quantitative method the author have chosen. It had been very consistently related to the topic of interest and theoretical framework. Lii et al (2006) have successfully addressed the important aspects through literature review. In a very comprehensive way, it had provided a summary of important points that a good literature review requires (Polit & Beck, 2004). The author had manage to expound without any bias (Limb, 2001) thus creating an effectively explained literature review. It had also moved the debate towards developing a well-built rationale for the research work which the researcher wants to present. They have worked out all the important components of the