Quantitive Article Analysis
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Rowley, Bezold, C., Arikan, Y., Byrne, E., & Krohe, S. (2017). Diabetes 2030: Insights from Yesterday, Today, and Future Trends. Population Health Management, 20(1), 6â€“12. https://doi.org/10.1089/pop.2015.0181
Description of the purpose
Explanation of research design
Discussion of sample
Description of data collection methods
Summary of findings
Strengths of the study (minimum of 1)
Limitations of the study (minimum of 1)
Recommendations regarding potential application for future practice that are insightful and appropriate.
|Evidence level and quality rating:||
|Article title: Diabetes 2030: insights from yesterday, today, and future trends.||Number: 20(1), 6-12.|
|Author(s): Rowley, W. R., Bezold, C., Arikan, Y., Byrne, E., & Krohe, S||Publication date: 2017 Feb 1.|
|Journal: Population health management|
|Setting:||Sample (composition and size):
|Does this evidence address my EBP question?
No-Do not proceed with appraisal of this evidence
|Is this study:
QuaNtitative (collection, analysis, and reporting of numerical data)
Go to Section I: QuaNtitative
QuaLitative (collection, analysis, and reporting of narrative data)
Go to Section II: QuaLitative
Mixed methods (results reported both numerically and narratively)
Go to Section III: Mixed Methods
|Section I: QuaNtitative|
|Level of Evidence (Study Design)|
Is this a report of a single research study?
|o Yes||o No
Go to B
|1. Was there manipulation of an independent variable?||o Yes||o No|
|2. Was there a control group?||o Yes||o No|
|3. Were study participants randomly assigned to the intervention and control groups?||o Yes||o No|
|If Yes to questions 1, 2, and 3, this is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) or experimental study.||LEVEL I|
|If Yes to questions 1 and 2 and No to question 3 or Yes to question 1 and No to questions 2 and 3, this is quasi-experimental.
(Some degree of investigator control, some manipulation of an independent variable, lacks random assignment to groups, and may have a control group).
|If No to questions 1, 2, and 3, this is nonexperimental.
(No manipulation of independent variable; can be descriptive, comparative, or correlational; often uses secondary data).
|Study Findings That Help Answer the EBP Question|
|Skip to the Appraisal of QuaNtitative Research Studies section|