Grand Canyon University
Dr. D. Miller
March 27, 2017 Critique of Quantitative Research Study
Seven studies were presented in a meta-analysis of RCT’s.
There was no evidence in the literature reviews supporting the current CDC guideline to replace intravenous lines every 72-96 hours to avoid phlebitis or infection (Morrison & Holt, 2015).
Validity and Reliability
Participants in all RCTs were selected at random by computer choice via a succession production database (Morrison & Holt, 2015). All chosen studies were measured against five criteria created by the authors. The Cochran Collaboration tool for assessing risk of bias was utilized. …show more content…
The abductive investigative plan used meant that data analysis concentrated on social participant’s language, meanings and accounts in the environment of daily life (Corr, Davis, Cook, Waters, & LaMontagne, 2014). Data immersion took place by taking note of, writing down and appraising interviews. Rich points were connected using abductive investigative plans to the viewpoints of contributors, theory and literature. Information analysis was nonlinear involving moving between data, theory and literature (Corr et al., 2014). Information organization and investigation methods are suitably defined. The information investigation strategy is equivalent with the research tradition, nature and type information collected (Polit & Beck, 2010). Finishing topics in the investigation were examined and reviewed with all participants. The study adhered to the RATS guideline of reporting qualitative studies (Corr et al., 2014). This study’s goal is to promote social …show more content…
Relationship quality was perceived by educators to diminish, protect or promote wellbeing (Corr et al., 2014). The findings are inferred within a suitable social and cultural environment. Major results are construed and debated within the perspective of past studies (Polit & Beck, 2010). The analysis are comparable with the confines of the study. The report does support the transferability of the results. Implications/Recommendations It is crucial to raise the importance and esteem for educators through fair working conditions endorsing and defending their mental health and happiness as well as creating a high quality and stable workforce. This involves triumphing over socio-historical prejudices concerning “women’s work” and promotion for an ECEC environment that is beneficial for children, families and educators. Remedying injustices in replacement requires committment with FDC specific and over-all level elements of education mental health and wellbeing. The researchers talk about outcomes of the study for clinical practice and further inquiry and the suggestions are practical and