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Quantitative research critique
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Running Head: ARTICLE CRITIQUE: NEW-ONSET Article Critique: New-Onset Type-2 Diabetes Associated with Atypical Antipsychotic Medications Michael T. Lambert, Laurel A. Copeland, Nancy Sampson, and Sonia A. Duffy Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 30 (2006) 919–923 Students Name Course Name Instructor Date Article Critique New-Onset Type-2 Diabetes Associated with Atypical Antipsychotic Medications Michael T.
The authors feel that the distinction between these atypical medications and the comorbidity with weight gain and diabetes is an important distinction. Furthermore, this certainly has ramifications for nursing in regards to the diet and importance of monitoring signs of diabetes and increased weight gain in this cohort. The population under study and the quantitative analysis of the data is appropriate and meaningful for this study. Literature Review: The references cited, while not extensive, are suitable for the size of the study. Twenty-two references are used directly. Of these, seven are directly related to the effects the study is analyzing. The others relate to the specific mediations under study as well as the general information regarding diabetes and adiposity. Twenty are current and date from 2002 forward, only two are older, (1) the American Diabetes Association’s “Report of the expert committee on the diagnosis and classification of diabetes mellitus.” dates from 1997 but is only used as a general reference and (2) Gray and Fujioka (1991) “Use of relative weight and body mass index for the determination of adiposity,” also for general guidelines. ...
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