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Name: Affiliation: Course: Tutor: Date: Literature review on health reforms.Introduction. This review will seek to analyze how Americans may be perceiving and acting in response to the health reforms which were newly implemented it also seeks to know how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) reform affected on access to insurance ever since it became a law. This study is quantitative in nature and has its setting the United States of America. The main subjects in this research are the American citizens and majorly those involved in medical insurance cover of age bracket between 18 and 64 years. The abstract of the text was clearly stated and explained in detail. The statement of the problem and the purpose of the study.The statement of the problem of the study is on why there are attempts by Americans to publicly reject the new Affordable care health reform despite its increasing benefit and Affairs vol. 30 no. 7 2011 pp. 1242-1249. Jacobs L. R. and S. Mettler. "Liking Health Reform But Turned Off By Toxic Politics." Health Affairs vol. 35 no. 5 2016 pp. 915-922. Reed Andrew E. et al. "Older adults prefer less choice than young adults." Psychology and Aging vol. 23 no. 3 2008 pp. 671-675. Skinner Richard M. "A Voice for Nonprofits–How Policies Make Citizens: Senior Political Activism and the American Welfare State A Voice for Nonprofits. By Jeffrey M. Berry with David F. Arons. (Washington: Brookings Institution 2003. Pp. 224. $26.95.)How Policies Make Citizens: Senior Political Activism and the American Welfare State. By Andrea Louise Campbell. (Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press 2003. Pp. 256. $39.50.)." The Journal of Politics vol. 67 no. 3 2005 pp. 952-955. Warmbrod J. R. "Reporting and Interpreting Scores Derived from Likert-type Scales." Journal of Agricultural Education vol. 55 no. 5 2014 pp. 30-47. [...]

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Specific Guidelines for Review of Quantitative Studies • Guidelines adopted from: Burns, N., & Grove, S. (2011). Understanding nursing research: Building an evidence-based practice (5th ed.). St. Louis: Elsevier Mosby. • Papers will be graded for content first. After a grade for content is determined, the Standard for Written Work will be applied to the paper. See Syllabus I. Introduction A. Title (length, clarity, relationship to study) B. Type quantitative study C. Setting (type/area) D. Who are the subjects? E. Was an abstract provided? II. Problem Statement and Purpose A. What is the study problem? B. What is the study purpose? C. Is the problem stated in the study? D. Is the purpose stated in the study? E. Is the problem sufficiently narrow in scope without being trivial? F. Is the problem significant and relevant to community health and other health care disciplines? G. Does problem/purpose specify the population to be studied? What is it? H. Does the problem or purpose identify the variables in the study? If so, what are the independent and dependent variables? I. Does the purpose narrow and clarify the focus or aim of the study? III. Review of Literature A. The cited literature is pertinent to research problem. B. The cited literature provides rationale for the research. C. Are resources primary or secondary sources? D. What concepts are included in literature review and how are they conceptually defined? E. Is there a brief summary of relevant literature and its implications to the research problem? IV. Theoretical Framework A. Is the framework presented with clarity? B. Is the framework linked to the research purpose? C. Is a particular theory or model identified? D. Does the framework describe and define the concept of interest? E. Does the framework present the relationship among the concepts? V. Objectives, Questions, Hypotheses A. Identify which is presented in the study, objectives, questions or hypotheses. B. Are the objectives, questions or hypotheses clearly and concisely stated? C. Are the objectives, questions or hypotheses logically linked to the research purpose? D. Are the objectives, questions or hypotheses linked to concepts and relationships from the framework? VI. Design A. Identify the specific design of the study. B. Does the study include a treatment or intervention? If so, is the treatment clearly described and consistently implemented? C. If the study has more than one group, how were the subjects assigned to groups? D. Are the extraneous variables identified and controlled? E. Were any threats to design validity identified by the researcher? F. What are the limits to generalizability in terms of external validity? VII. Research Method Approach A. Sample 1. Identify the inclusion and exclusion sample criteria. 2. Identify the method used to obtain the sample. 3. What are the potential biases in the sampling method? 4. Identify the sample size. 5. Is the sample size sufficient to avoid a Type II error? 6. Was a power analysis conducted? 7. Identify the characteristics of the sample. 8. If more than one group is used, do the groups appear equivalent? B. Legal Ethical Issues 1. How have the rights of subjects been protected? 2. How is IRB approval noted in the study? 3. What indications are given that informed consent of subjects has been ensured? 4. Are the rules of confidentiality followed throughout the study? C. Instruments 1. Identify the type of each measurement strategy, i.e., Likert scale, interview, etc. 2. Identify the level of measurement for each strategy. 3. Identify variables, method of measurement and directness of measurement. 4. Did the researcher report validity and reliability of each measure? D. Data Collection 1. Is the data collection process clearly described? 2. Is the training of the data collectors clearly described and adequate? 3. Is the data collection process conducted in a consistent manner? 4. Are data collection methods ethical? 5. Do the data collected address the research objective, question, or hypothesis? VIII. Analysis of Data A. Identify the statistical analysis techniques used in the study. B. Was the level of significance or alpha identified? If so, indicate level. C. Are data analysis procedures clearly described? D. Do data analyses address each objective, question, or hypothesis? E. Are the results presented in an understandable way? IX. Researchers Interpretation of Findings A. Which findings are consistent with those expected? B. Which findings are unexpected? C. Findings are substantiated by the evidence presented. D. Are findings discussed in relation to each objective, question, or hypothesis? E. Did the researcher identify the study limitations? X. Implications and Recommendations A. Are implications of the findings discussed? B. Are any recommendations for further research made? C. Are generalizations made? If so, to what populations are the generalizations made? XI. Application to Professional Practice A. What relevance for professional practice does the researcher identify? B. Should these results be applied to practice? Support your answer. C. Does this research further the knowledge for health care education? D. What do you see for application of this research study and findings? Explain

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