Reading Research Literature (RRL)

  1. Read over each of the following directions, the required Reading Research Literature worksheet, and grading rubric.
  2. Download and complete the required Reading Research Literature (RRL) worksheet (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..
  3. Download or access the required article. The required article must be used.
    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? Links to an external site.
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  4. You must use the grading rubric to ensure you are meeting all grading criteria of the worksheet.
    5.You are required to complete the worksheet using the productivity tools required by Chamberlain University, which is Microsoft Office Word 2013 (or later version), or Windows and Office 2011 (or later version) for MAC. You must save the file in the “.docx” format. Do NOT save as Word Pad. A later version of the productivity tool includes Office 365, which is available to Chamberlain students for FREE by downloading from the student portal at http://my.chamberlain.edu (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Click on the envelope at the top of the page.
  5. Use correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and in-text APA formatting.
  6. Submit the completed Reading Research Literature Worksheet to the Week 6 Assignment.
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References

American Association of Colleges of Nurses (AACN). (2008). Executive summary: The essentials of baccalaureate education for professional nursing practice (2008). Retrieved from http://www.aacnnursing.org/Education-Resources/AACN-Essentials

Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN). (2018). Quality and safety education for nurses competencies. Retrieved from http://qsen.org/competencies/pre-licensure-ksas/#evidence-based_practice

Rubric
NR439 Reading Research Literature Worksheet Rubric
NR439 Reading Research Literature Worksheet Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome 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.
20.0 pts

Week 6: Reading Research Literature Worksheet

Name: ___________________________________________________________

Date:_____________________________________________________________
Complete the following required worksheet using the required article for the current session. Access the required article from the assignment guidelines.
Purpose of the Study: Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize the purpose of the study. Describe what the study is about.
Research & Design: Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize the description of the type of research and the design of the study. Include how it supports the purpose (aim or intent) of the study.
Sample: Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize the population (sample) for the study; include key characteristics, sample size, sampling technique.
Data Collection: Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize one data that was collected and how the data was collected from the study.

Data Analysis: Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize one of the data analysis/ tests performed or one method of data analysis from the study; include what you know/learned about the descriptive or statistical test or data analysis method.
Limitations: Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize one limitation reported in the study.
Findings/Discussion: Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize one of the authors’ findings/discussion reported in the study. Include one interesting detail you learned from reading the study.
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.

Thoroughly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Excellent details are provided.
18.0 pts
Mostly summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria lacks details.
16.0 pts
Minimally summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria is missing. Fair details provided.
8.0 pts
Poorly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Vague details provided.
0.0 pts
All criteria from the first column are missing.
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Research & Design
Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize the description of the type of research and the design of the study. Include how it supports the purpose (aim or intent) of the study.
20.0 pts
Thoroughly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Excellent details are provided.
18.0 pts
Mostly summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria lacks details.
16.0 pts
Minimally summarizes the criteria in the first column one criteria is missing. Fair details provided.
8.0 pts
Poorly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Vague details are provided.
0.0 pts
All criteria from the first column are missing.
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Sample
Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize the population (sample) for the study; include key characteristics, sample size, sampling technique.
20.0 pts
Thoroughly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Excellent details are provided.
18.0 pts
Mostly summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria lacks details.
16.0 pts
Minimally summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria is missing. Fair details provided.
8.0 pts
Poorly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Vague details are provided.
0.0 pts
All criteria from the first column are missing.
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Data Collection
Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize one data that was collected and how the data was collected from the study.
20.0 pts
Thoroughly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Excellent details are provided.
18.0 pts
Mostly summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria lacks details
16.0 pts
Minimally summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria is missing. Fair details are provided.
8.0 pts
Poorly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Vague details are provided.
0.0 pts
All criteria from the first column are missing.
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Data Analysis
Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize one of the data analysis/ tests performed or one method of data analysis from the study; include what you know/learned about the descriptive or statistical test or data analysis method.
20.0 pts
Thoroughly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Excellent details are provided.
18.0 pts
Mostly summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria lacks details.
16.0 pts
Minimally summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria is missing. Fair details are provided.
8.0 pts
Poorly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Vague details are provided.
0.0 pts
All criteria from the first column are missing.
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Limitations
Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize one limitation reported in the study.
20.0 pts
Thoroughly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Excellent details are provided.
18.0 pts
Mostly summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria lacks details.
16.0 pts
Minimally summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria is missing. Fair details are provided.
8.0 pts
Poorly summarizes the criteria in the first the column. Vague details are provided.
0.0 pts
All criteria from the first column are missing.
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Findings/Discussion
Using information from the required article and your own words, summarize one of the authors’ findings/discussion reported in the study. Include one interesting detail you learned from reading the study.
20.0 pts
Thoroughly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Excellent details are provided.
18.0 pts
Mostly summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria lacks details.
16.0 pts
Minimally summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria is missing. Fair details are provided.
8.0 pts
Poorly summarizes the criteria in the first the column. Vague details are provided.
0.0 pts
All criteria from the first column are missing.
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome 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.
30.0 pts
Thoroughly summarizes the criteria in the first column. Excellent details are provided.
26.0 pts
Mostly summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria lacks details.
24.0 pts
Minimally summarizes the criteria in the first column or one criteria is missing. Fair details are provided.
11.0 pts
Poorly summarizes the criteria in the first the column. Vague details are provided.
0.0 pts
All criteria from the first column are missing.
30.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Scholarly Writing, Mechanics, Organization, Spelling, Sentence Structure, Grammar
15.0 pts
Excellent writing, mechanics, organization, spelling, sentence structure, grammar. No errors or 1-2 errors noted.
14.0 pts
Good writing, mechanics, organization, spelling, sentence structure, grammar. A few errors noted.
8.0 pts
Fair writing, mechanics, organization, spelling, sentence structure, grammar. Some errors noted.
4.0 pts
Poor writing, mechanics, organization, spelling, sentence structure, grammar. Many errors noted.
0.0 pts
Very poor writing, mechanics, and organization. Errors throughout are noted. Writing is difficult to understand or follow.
15.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome APA In-Text Formatting for Cited Sentences
15.0 pts
Excellent APA in-text formatting with no errors.
14.0 pts
Good APA formatting. Uses APA in-text citation formatting with 1-2 errors noted.
8.0 pts
Fair APA formatting. Uses APA in-text citation formatting with some errors noted or does not use in-text citation formatting.
4.0 pts
Poor APA formatting with many errors noted.
0.0 pts
Very poor APA with errors noted throughout.
15.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Required RRL Worksheet and Required Article Use
0.0 pts
0 points deducted Required RRL Worksheet used for this assignment and Required Article used for this assignment. 0 points deducted
0.0 pts
20 points (10% ) deducted Required RRL Worksheet NOT used and/or Required Article NOT used for this assignment results in a deduction of 20 points (10%). 20 points deducted
0.0 pts
Total Points: 200.0