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• Description of WWDP: You will read two feasibility studies published article to answer below question,


1) Describing in more detail exact Nature of WWDP AND content (do not mention about bandura social cognitive theory or self-efficacy theory as I have already done it anywhere else)if you want I can send you my intro that my professor hasn’t liked it.

• Questions for first article: International feasibility study for the women’s wellness with type 2 diabetes programme (WWDP): An eHealth 12-week intervention programme for midlife women with type 2 diabetes.

1) The feasibility study needs good introduction, Here is the example: The WWDP programme underwent feasibility and acceptability evaluation in…….involving X women, aged x-x ……..to determine………. Etc etc.
2) Talking in detail about feasibility study design, participants and findings. This is important because it is from these data that you are developing your own research questions
3) Talking about these feasibility outcomes. for example recruitment rate and retention and amount of good quality data available for analysis. These are criteria which help you design an RCT.
4) Each question also need be critique when you answer them. For example, what hasn’t it told you, who is it and isn’t it appropriate for etc etc.
5) Study limitations and research gaps what they told you.
The limitations and critique comments. Then finish the section by summarising what you know and what you don’t and what questions have arisen for you from this small trial. Set the scene for what the limitations of the evidence are so that will segway nicely into the next section.Each time you summarise one of these sections throughout your introduction you are building a list of potential research questions for yourself (and others).
• Questions for second article: Women’s wellness with type 2 diabetes program (WWDP): Qualitative findings from the UK and Australian feasibility study

  1. The feasibility study needs good introduction, Here is the example: The WWDP programme underwent feasibility and acceptability evaluation in…….involving X women, aged x-x ……..to determine………. Etc etc.
  2. Talking in detail about feasibility study design, participants and findings. This is important because it is from these data that you are developing your own research questions.
  3. Talking about these feasibility outcomes. for example recruitment rate and retention and amount of good quality data available for analysis. These are criteria which help you design an RCT.
  4. Each question also need be critique when you answer them. For example, what hasn’t it told you, who is it and isn’t it appropriate for etc etc.
  5. Study limitations and research gaps what they told you.
    The limitations and critique comments. Then finish the section by summarising what you know and what you don’t and what questions have arisen for you from this small trial. Set the scene for what the limitations of the evidence are so that will segway nicely into the next section. Each time you summarise one of these sections throughout your introduction you are building a list of potential research questions for yourself (and others).

Type of service: Academic paper writing
Type of assignment: Article critique
Subject: Nursing
Pages/words: 4/1100
Number of sources: 0
Academic level: Doctoral
Paper format: APA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: UK English