Article name: The Accord Between Body Image Concern, Eating Disorders and Internet use, allotment 1: A analysis of empiric support.
Author: Rachel F Rodgers, Tiffany Melioni
1. Critiquing the analysis article
a. Title – Does it accurately call the article?
b. Abstract – Is it adumbrative of the article?
c. Introduction – Does it accomplish the purpose of the commodity clear?
d. Statement of the botheration – Is the botheration appropriately introduced?
e. Purpose of the abstraction – Has the acumen for administering the analysis been
f. Analysis question(s) – Is/are the analysis question(s) acutely authentic and if
not, should they be?
g. Abstract framework – Is the abstract framework described? If there is
not a abstract framework, should there be?
h. Abstract analysis – Is the abstract analysis accordant to the study,
comprehensive, and accommodate contempo research? Does the abstract review
support the charge for the study?
i. Methods – Is the architecture adapted for the study? Does the sample fit with
the analysis architecture and is the admeasurement sufficient? Was a abstracts collection
instrument needed? How were abstracts collected? Were believability and validity
j. Analysis – Is the analytic access constant with the abstraction questions and
k. After-effects – Are the after-effects presented acutely in the text, tables and figures? Are
the statistics acutely explained?
l. Discussion - Are the after-effects explained in accord to the theoretical
framework, analysis questions, and the acceptation to nursing?
m. Limitations – Are the limitations presented and their implications discussed?
n. Conclusion – Are there recommendations for nursing practice, future
research, and policymakers?
2. Determine the akin and affection of the affirmation application a calibration (several can be found
in ANA’s Analysis Toolkit www.nursingworld.org/Research-Toolkit/Appraising-theEvidence )
3. Decide if the abstraction is applicative to your practice
a. Can you use the after-effects and recommendations in your practice?