Article Critique of Peripheral Vascular Disease

Article Critique of “Peripheral Vascular or Lymphatic Disorder/Disease”


My article choice:   

Chih-Hsueh, L., Che-Yi, C., Chiu-Shong, L., Chih-Yang, H., Tsai-Chung, L., & Cheng-Chieh, L. (2015). Association between frailty and subclinical peripheral vascular disease in a community-dwelling geriatric population: Taichung Community Health Study  for Elders. Geriatrics and Gerontology International, 15(3), 261–267.


Introduce “Peripheral Vascular or Lymphatic Disorder/Disease” to your peers. Find a research article related to topics.

For this discussion post, you should provide a strong (5-6 sentences per paragraph with citations and a purpose statement) two-paragraph explanation of the topic and then introduce your article. Please use the following ten questions to critique your research article. The ten questions need to be incorporated into the discussion and presented in APA format following the introduction of your article. The last paragraph should be a conclusion tying all the content together.

so please make sure that you are answering all the questions and providing the information that is required. Please review the rubric as well.

Article Critique Criteria:

  1. 1- Author, Year, Title, Journal
  2. 2- Purpose of the article: research, theoretical, program implementation
  3. 3- From what discipline was the literature review drawn?
  4. 4- What were the gaps, issues, purposes identified from the synthesis of the literature?
  5. 5- What design and methods were used for the purpose of the project?
  6. 6- Were the sample, size, and setting (or choice of articles) adequate for the project?
  7. 7- What were the findings and conclusions?
  8. 8- What are the implications for future research?
  9. 9- How could the information in this article be applied to advanced nursing practice?
  10. 10-Would you recommend this article to others as an example to add to the understanding of this information?


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