Qualitative Research Critique:

The Qualitative Research Article Critique assignment provides an opportunity for students towrite a formal paper reflecting review and critique of one of the twoprovided qualitative research articles. The critique is an analysis of the qualitative researcharticle.The primary citations and references for the formal paper are the selected article(one article selected from the two provided articles outlined in the assignment) and Polit andBeck (2020), MSN 600 required research textbook. Other current professional resources maybe included to support rationale for questions.The Qualitative Research Critique Paper Question Guide lists the guiding questions perresearch component to answer for the assignment. Students must reference the chaptersoutlined in required textbook Polit and Beck (2020) to assist in answering questions completely.Particularly note aspects related to critical appraisal in chapters 5, 6, 7, 22, 23, 24, 25 andaspects of trustworthiness in chapter 26 of Polit and Beck (2020) in regard to completing anoverall critique of a qualitative research article. A link for the Qualitative Research CritiquePaper Question Guide is listed below. Please synthesize answers to questions onthe Qualitative Research Critique Paper Question Guide and per Polit and Beck (2020)textbook to fully meet grading criteria on the Qualitative Research Critique Grading Rubric.The Qualitative Research Critique Grading Rubric is provided below.Students need to address each research component thoroughly based on the content of thearticle, synthesizing and providing rationale for each of the statements. If a research componentis not addressed in the article, students must explain whether or not this is justified and providerationale.The Qualitative Research Critique paper is a formal paper and should include a title page,abstract with keywords, an introduction, body of the paper, personal reflection/conclusion, and areference page (listed on a separate page following the conclusion of the paper). The papershould be a minimum of nine pages and no more than ten pages, excluding title, abstract, andreference page. Points may be deducted for not meeting the page limit requirements. Thepersonal reflection/conclusion should answer questions such as: How does the article contributeto your understanding of research? Does the article change your views of the topic? What doyou consider to be the strengths and weaknesses of the article? Do the study findings appear tobe trustworthy—do you have confidence in the truth value of the results? Does the article inspireconfidence about the types of people and settings for whom the evidence is applicable?The paper is to be written using APA (2020) 7th edition format including the professionalpaper required elements. Refer to sample professional paper in APA (2020) 7th editionmanual for examples. Citations and references must be included to support information sharedin the paper. Citations and references need to reflect required readings as well as current(within the last three to five years) professional sources. Please review discussion boardsection of MSN 600 syllabus for what constitutes professional sources.Please choose one of the provided two articles listed below on which to write yourcritique. Choose just one and include the entire citation in your critique.
McGilton, K., Krassikova, A., Boscart, V., Sidani, S. Laboni, A., Vellani, S., Escrig-Pinol, A.(2021). Nursepractitioners rising to the challenge during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic in long-termcarehomes. The Gerontologist, 61(4), 615-623. https://doi.org/10.1093/geront/gnab030MSN 600 Qualitative Article McGilton et al. (2021).pdfActionsRainbow, J., Dudding, K., Bethel, C. (2021). A qualitative study describing nurses’ experienceswithpresenteeism. The Journal of Nursing Administration, 51(3), 135-140.doi: 10.1097/NNA.0000000000000984MSN 600 Qualitative Article Rainbow et al. (2021).pdfActionsAssignment Objectives:• Critique study objectives in research reports.• Demonstrate knowledge of methods to gather and organize information for a study.• Identify research problems generated from the practice setting.• Critique research problems and the purpose for a study.• Critique literature reviews for relevance, currency, and multidisciplinary sources.