Choose 1 of the 6 research samples listed
Action and Participatory Methods â€“ Prospective Program Evaluation Design
Boyle, M. H. (2019). Cultural competency in hospice care: An effect of online cultural diversity training in hospice interdisciplinary team as measured by the Cultural Competence Assessment Survey. Brandman University. Published Dissertation (ProQuest).
Glance, O. (2019). Essential therapeutic communication training for mental health nurses: A program evaluation. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Published Dissertation (ProQuest).
Perez, A. (2019). Program evaluation of the employee health and wellbeing program. Walden University. Published Dissertation (ProQuest).
Action and Participatory Methods â€“ Participatory Action Research (PAR) Design
Laster, K. W. (2018). Cardiovascular disease prevention and education in minority women: A participatory action research study. University of Phoenix. Published Dissertation (ProQuest).
Patel, N. W. (2016). Exploring and addressing the underutilization of a school-based health center: A community based, participatory action research study. Washington State University. Published Dissertation (ProQuest).
Tilman, D. P. (2014). Participatory action research for promoting health literacy in a community health center. Capella University. Published Dissertation (ProQuest).
Evaluate the selected study according to methodological expectations for this type of research in a-paper that answers the following questions using your own evaluation and critical thinking:
Discuss a minimum of 5 ways an Action Research and Participatory Methods study is appropriate for investigating the construct(s) or variable(s) of interest.
After reading the Data Collection Procedures information, evaluate and summarize the strengths (2 or more), weaknesses (2 or more), and opportunities (2 or more) for improvement.
After reviewing the sources of data used in the study, comment about the appropriateness of those sources in representing the construct(s) of interest. Be sure to include details related to validity, reliability, and practicality.