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Critique of a Quantitative Research Report
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A Quantitative Research Study Critique: Violence in the Emergency Department: A Survey of Health Care Workers Name of Student University Name A Quantitative Research Study Critique The research study by Fernandes, Bouthillette, Raboud, Bullock, Moore, Christenson, Grafstein, Rae, Ouellet, Gillrie, and Way (1999) was a means of exposing the violence happening in emergency departments.
Through the selection of supporting literary research studies, analysis/interpretation of data and observations the objectives of the study were accomplished. The purpose of this paper is to critically reviewing the format, content in relation to the objectives, and evaluate the effectiveness of the quantitative research study. Abstract The scientific style of writing is a formal and rigid form of writing which is to succinctly with efficiency communicate scientific findings (Bates College, 2011). The abstract section of a research study should announce what is to proceed and clearly state the research question(s) or problem(s) under investigation. Additionally as the introduction the abstract should contain a descriptive of the research design, methodology used in the study, primary results or findings. along with an abbreviated analysis of the results in relation to the research study’s objectives. ...
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