How are research and statistical processes important to an organization in relation to performance improvement? How does an organization utilize internal data in making decisions and why is this important?
There are differences between the types of research studies. 1. Which one has research questions that are broad? 2. Which type has no hypothesis? 3. Which type allows research questions evolve as the study progresses? 4. Which type has follow-up based on responses? Please provide help and guidance for th
Why is the sample size in most qualitative studies smaller than that used in quantitative ones?
What are three ways in which qualitative research approaches differ from quantitative ones?
Please describe what the study tool of observation is? Please provide references.
Describe stability in reference to reliability?
Please describe the study tool of scales and interviews ?
I am writing a report, there are some questions I do not understand. Please explain 1. How did the researchers assess the RELIABILITY of this survey, & what did they find? 2. How did the researchers assess the VALIDITY of this survey, what did they find, how can the validity of physical activity questionnaires be address
Children and gun safety. Variables: firearm safety training and safe firearm storage how are they operationalized firearm safety training # of classes parents have attended safe firearm storage # of places that firearms are stored and considered safe
Find the Reliability and Validity in the article attached.
What is the difference between instrument validity and reliability? Please give examples of each.
When dealing with extraneous variables what types of subject controls can be used?
Internal validity would be results of the study that are evidenced based on reality and not on supposition. External is more broad and can be generalized. An example of internal validity would be a research study with a 100 group sample of diabetics that trialed a new diabetic sock and found it to be comfortable with minimal ski
Can you describe retrospective versus prospective study designs? What are examples of this?
What is a extraneous variable? Can you give me an example of this?
Can you describe the study design of experimental and quasi-experimental? What is the difference? Are there any examples to relate this to?
What would be a threat to internal validity? What is an example? Validity in research study design usually refers to the tools used to measure aspects of the research question, for example a questionnaire is used in survey design and is said to have 'internal validity' if the questions are precise enough to get answers which
What is the difference between external and internal validity of research study design? This job gives an example to understand these terms.
Can someone explain the difference between Qualitative and Quantitative research in a nut shell?
I need to come up with a purpose and question for the study below: Problem: The lack of clinical sites in hospital settings does not provide sufficient opportunity for students to utilize learned skill sets in providing patient care.
What roles do leadership and physicians play in an HCO's clinical quality improvement program? Use the internet to find examples that support your answer.
Jerilyn Ross, a New York City psychologist, specializes in treating patients who are phobic and afraid to leave their homes.
Jerilyn Ross, a New York City psychologist, specializes in treating patients who are phobic and afraid to leave their homes. The following table indicates how many patients Dr. Ross has seen each year for the past ten years. It also indicates what the robbery rate was in New York City during the same year. YEAR
I am a doctoral student. I am doing a research project where I have data from 2 questionnaires. This first questionnaire assesses the personality types of audiologists (four general categories). The second questionnaire assess the levels of empathy of each individual who took the first questionnaire. I am trying to determine
Many students find it difficult to write a rigorous literature review, which is an essential starting point for any study. They can often identify papers and write a brief description of what they are about, but omit some important points. They do not understand the purpose of the review for their particular study so are too
Students and novice researchers often find it difficult to construct a Frame of reference ( sometimes known as a research framework or algoithm) because they do not understand the purpose of the Framework or its derivation. This solution sets out the purposes of Frames of Reference, both theoretical and conceptual and
Students and novice researchers often have difficulty in constructing a Frame of Reference for their study. This is an essential element in the research process as it links the study to the wider body of knowledge involved and helps to clarify the concepts and theories used with reference to the chosen research methods. This so
Web based review of all asspects of Middletown NY, i.e. Demographics, ages, ethnic groups, income, health, mortality, economics, etc.
I need help with locating the following information: 1. Standard Community health assessment of vital statistics, e.g. mortality, economics, education health clinics, ages, birth/death rates. 2. I have a web site for the town of Middletown, New York (USA) for the assessment. The assessment would be all web based and prepa
I'm in dire need of help with a reaserch project asap My hypothesis is: The lead concentrations in water travelling through lead pipes is greater when the taps are first opened than after they have ran for some time My problem is 1. when can i expect the concentrations to lower so i can be more specific in my hypothes
What are the main differences between quantitative and qualitative research studies?