Briefly describe the design of the study

Briefly describe the design of the study

NUR440 MIlestone 4 Final Project
<span itemprop=”name”>NUR440 MIlestone 4 Final Project</span>
Overview: After identifying your sources in Milestone Three, you will now critically evaluate each resource on several criteria. The evidence table will assist you inmaking generalizations, conclusions, and will inform your recommendation for practice change.

Prompt:To successfully complete this milestone, use the provided Evidence Table template (also located in the Assignment Guidelines and Rubrics section of thecourse). Each row will focus on an individual resource, identified in your annotated bibliography. Given the space restriction and the visual nature of the evidence table, you do not need to use full sentences. Instead, be clear and concise when filling out each column.

· Study Citation:Utilize proper APA format.

· Design:Briefly describe the design of the study.

· Method:How was the study conducted?

· Sample:What was the population of interest?

· Data Collection:How was data collected?

· Data Analysis:How was the data analyzed?

· Validity:Is the study valid? That is, is the statement true and is it backed by evidence?

· Reliability:Are the results of this study replicable and generalizable to the larger population?

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