Student’s Name Institution Course Date Journal findings analysis Journal 1: Gender-specific characteristics of people with depressive symptoms and coronary heart disease The research focused on the gender specific characteristics of people with coronary heart disease (CHD) and depressive symptoms to establish how such characteristics can inform treatment. The findings of the research show that 35.4% of the research patients with depressive symptoms are women. However only 26.9% of those without the symptoms were women (Doering et al e7). Most of these women with the symptoms were older 10.57%. the findings can have a positive implication both individually and collectively for the treatment of disease (Frazier et al 1). Based on the characteristics of each gender solutions can be established. These characteristics are mostly the causes of the condition and hence addressing them can help solve the problem. In healthcare physical activity has been used as a solution to coronary heart problems. The conclusions of the research have been supported by major biostatistics methods and calculations. Carrying out a correlation test on one of the …………….. [...]
This section should highlight the major findings of each of the articles you selected for your supervisor and peers. Specifically, address the following: What are the findings of each article and what implications do they have individually and collectively for solving the health problem in question? Support your answer with specific examples from your field. Explain how key biostatistical calculations and methods support the conclusions in each article. Cite relevant information from the articles that support your answer. Guidelines for Submission: Each journal entry should be 1 to 2 paragraphs in length. Submit assignment as a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.