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Quantitative Critique Nursing Research Paper
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Quantitative Critique: Effects on Sexual Risk Behavior and STD Rate of Brief HIV/STD Prevention Interventions for African American Women in Primary Care Settings Name Course Instructor’s Name Date Abstract The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit: (1) to critique the quantitative study entitled “Effects on Sexual Risk Behavior and STD Rate of Brief HIV/STD Prevention Interventions for African American Women in Primary Care Settings;” and (2) to integrate the critique process in the paper.
Jemmott is with the school of nursing in the University of Pennsylvania and was the lead author in overall aspects of the study including the intervention procedures and training of facilitators. John B. Jemmott III is with the University of Pennsylvania as well but under Annenberg School for Communication. J. B. Jemmott III assisted in aspects of the study concerning design, measures, and data analysis. Meanwhile, Ann O’Leary is with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta Georgia and also assisted in the development of intervention procedures and measures and the application of social cognitive theory(Jemmott, Jemmott & O'Leary, 2007, 1040). The authors’ qualifications and preparations were brief, specific, and clearly stated. It was brief because only needed information such as educational qualification is identified. Also, the authors’ preparation were not elaborated and focused only on their distinct role in research. ...
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