Project #161889 - Application: Analysis of Quantitative and Qualitative Data - Part 1

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Due By (Pacific Time) 01/02/2017 11:00 pm

Assignment: Application: 
Analysis of Quantitative and Qualitative Data

In order to provide meaningful results, research processes must be carefully selected and appropriate for the data being analyzed. Statistical programs such as SPSS are frequently utilized by researchers to conduct the analysis of large data sets. These data are organized to provide meaningful interpretation and often include descriptive statistics. Qualitative analysis is completed using content analysis, looking for patterns and themes that emerge from the data. Individual experiences described in interviews and focus groups are considered data and are often provided as examples to support the results in the study publication. Whether you will engage in either quantitative or qualitative research, it is likely that you will encounter both types of studies in the literature. As a nursing professional, being able to analyze and interpret both types of research designs will be important to affect nursing practice that promotes positive health outcomes in 
quality of care and patient safety.

For this Assignment, you will conduct descriptive statistical analyses using quantitative data and then conduct content coding to analyze qualitative data. Please review the Instructions: Quantitative Analysis Assignment in this week’s resources to review how to complete this Assignment.

Part 1: Quantitative Analyses

Follow the step-by-step instructions provided in the Instructions: Quantitative Analysis Assignment document in this week’s resources on using the Excel program to conduct descriptive analyses of quantitative data. The Quantitative Data Excel Assignment spreadsheet that you will need is in the resources for this week. For this Assignment, you will need to describe the findings from your analyses and summarize what they tell you about these patients and the extent of the adverse events they experienced during their hospitalization by completing the Summary Data Analysis Form in this week’s resources.


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