ongruence, analytical and integrative preciseness, philosophical or theoretical connectedness and heuristic relevance, as proposed by Burns and Grove (2007).
Vividness. Clear statements about the purpose of the study, as well as, its significance are very crucial is writing research. Aside from the fact that these components are in the front line of a research paper, it is essential that is proponents underscore the rationale why such study be pursued. Upon reviewing the article “The Experience of Inactive Nurses Returned to Nursing after Completing a Refresher Course”, it can be observed that the author has stated the study purpose (page 359-360) in a direct, clear and measurable way. However, the significant of the study was not presented. The studys significance is supposed to explain how the research produces an original contribution to nursings body of knowledge. Without a strong theoretical
Methodological Congruence. In this portion, a recruitment strategy is very necessary; it is a project-specific plan intended for identifying and enrolling the target people to participate in a research study and the plan must specify criteria for the screening of potential participants or the number of people who will be recruited, their location, as well as the approach to be employed (Mack, Woodsong, Macqueen, Guest and Namey, 2005; p. 6). In the research article, the authors were able to describe their background as nursing graduates, which is a good manifestation of their expertise in the chosen topic. They describe further who the participants are and how many they were, base on the study’s research objectives and the characteristics of the research. The author also emphasized the step-by-step procedures in contacting the participants and identified their specific locations. There was also a clear demonstration of ethical considerations in research conduct. Any investigator who conducts research involving human participants needs to uphold protection of