Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based PracticeAppendix EResearch Evidence Appraisal ToolEvidence level and quality rating:Good qualityNumber:Article title: Impact of short-term exercise trainingintensity on -cell function in older obese adults withprediabetes.Author(s): Steven K. Malin, Monique E. Francois, Natalie Publication date: 26 December 2018Z. M. Eichner, Nicole M. Gilbertson, Emily M. Heiston,Chiara Fabris and Marc BretonJournal: Journal of Applied Physiology SocietySetting: Virginia UniversitySample (composition and size): Thirty-one obese,prediabetic and sedentary adults aged at least 59years old and utmost 64 years.Does this evidence address my EBP question?Yes. Yes, it answeredNo-Do not proceed with appraisal of this evidenceIs this study:QuaNtitative (collection, analysis, and reporting of numerical data). Yes, it is quantitativeMeasurable data (how many; how much; or how often) used to formulate facts, uncover patterns inresearch, and generalize results from a larger sample population; provides observed effects of aprogram, problem, or condition, measured precisely, rather than through researcher interpretation ofdata. Common methods are surveys, face-to-face structured interviews, observations, and reviews ofrecords or documents. Statistical tests are used in data analysis.Go to Section I: QuaNtitativeQuaLitative (collection, analysis, and reporting of narrative data)Rich narrative documents are used for uncovering themes; de ...
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