Reading Research Literature (RRL) Worksheet
Read over each of the following directions, the required Reading Research Literature worksheet, and grading rubric.
Download and complete the required Reading Research Literature (RRL) worksheet*** see attached
Download or access the required article. The required article must be used. ***see attached
O’Connor, M., Tanner, P. , Miller, L., Watts, K., & Musiello, T. (2017). Detecting distress: Introducing routine screening in a gynecological cancer setting. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 21(1), 79-85. Retrieved from https://chamberlainuniversity.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?
You are required to complete the worksheet
Purpose of the Study
Using information from the required article and mostly your words, thoroughly summarize the purpose of the study. Describe what the study is about. Provide details
Reading Research Literature
Summarize why it is important for you to read and understand research literature. Summarize what you learned from completing the reading research literature activity worksheet. Provide details.
Data Analysis and Results
Data analysis is key for discovering credible findings from implementing nursing studies. Discussion and conclusions can be made about the meaning of the findings from the data analysis.
Share what you learned about descriptive analysis (statistics), inferential analysis (statistics), and qualitative analysis of data; include something that you learned that was interesting to you and your thoughts on why data analysis is necessary for discovering credible findings for nursing.
Compare clinical significance and statistical significance; include which one is more meaningful to you when considering application of findings to nursing practice.