RAPID CRITICAL APPRAISAL CHECKLISTS s From the study, it was found that the question of study was relevant since the question was of high quality regarding the clinician’s practices. Case control studies were also relevant to the study. It involved nurses who had already developed the outcome of interest. Data was then collected concerning the influential factors that led to the outcome. It was qualitative and quantitative test of nurturing charge nurse for future leadership roles. Cohort studies were included in this study and they involved 3 focus groups with experience in working in small hospitals with less than 300 beds.
The focus group was similar in size habit with similar background and views. This was aimed at eliminating bias (Patricia A. Patrician, 2012). Randomized clinical trials were done for this study. Conventional content analysis described by Hseih and Shannon theories were used in analyzing the data. There was a clear systematic review of the clinical interventions studies since these involved randomly selected nurses. The study design was also appropriate for the research question. The study was having a high degree protection against bias.
Moreover, the study addresses the key potential sources of bias. There was sufficient information with regard to qualitative evidence for the study. Most of the conclusion and discussion was drawn from the study. There was a particular standardized protocol use with the systematic review to identity. Evidence based clinical practices were available from the study. This was verified in terms of the roles of the nurses in the management process. ReferencesPatricia A. Patrician, D. O. (2012). Nurturing Charge Nurses for Future. THE JOUR N A L O F NUR S I N G A D M I N I S T R A T I O N , Volume 42, Number 10, pp 461-466.