Q. How do you teach nurses and other caregivers how to critique journal articles? Is there a down and dirty way to explain what to look for?
A. The overall goal of a research critique is to evaluate a study's merits and its applicability to clinical practice. A research critique goes beyond a review or summary of a study, and it carefully appraises a study's strengths and limitations.
Beyea and Nicoll (2007) published a simple guide of 10 questions to use when reading and discussing a research article. The questions can be used to assess the quality of the study and to determine its applicability to clinical practice. They are:
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How To Critique A Journal Article Sponsored by The Center for Teaching and Learning at UIS Last Edited 4/9/2009 Page 1 of 2 So your assignment is to critique a How to Write a Journal Article Review APA Style
How to Critique Journal Articles in the Social Sciences
How to Critique a Journal Article Avoid 'style' based critiques 'Style' based critiques are such comments as 'the article was well written,' or 'the author used too much jargon '
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This is critical for journal articles. Since journal articles are archival, you should be able to implement and reproduce the results from the paper, maybe with a side stop at a textbook to look up a detail. But it should something that a 2nd year grad student could take and get done on their own. Conference papersare more intended to be quick, intermediate reports.This week's experts, Suzanne C. Beyea, RN, PhD, FAAN, and Mary Jo Slattery, RN, MS, explain how to guide nurses to critique journal articles.So your assignment is to critique a journal article First of all, for any type of journal article your critique should include some basic Suggest by examples how