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ARTICLE CRITIQUE 4

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ArticleCritique

Thenurse article being analyzed is by Kinder Francis, titled, “Parents’ Perception of Satisfaction with Pediatric NursePractitioners’ Care and Parental Intent to Adhere to RecommendedHealth Care Regimen”published on PEDIATRICNURSING/May-June 2016/Vol. 42/No.3. It is a study of the perception of the parents of being contentedwith pediatric nurse practitioner’s care. Pediatric nurse withprimary care undertakes an important duty on the lives of thechildren as parents usually bring their kidsto betreatedand advised. The study was aimed at exploring the perception ofsatisfaction of the parents with primary health unit pediatric nursepractitioners (PNPs) and looks at how the four parts of comfortsof a patient arerelatedtothe choice to remain at one regime of heath care (Hallstrom&amp Elander, 2005).

TheNull Hypotheses and Research/Alternative Hypotheses

NullHypothesis, Ho = There is a linear relationship between perceptionsof parents regarding professional pediatric attending them andcommunication skills, clinical skills, control of decision whichelaborate why parents tryto remain in the regimen care theyhavebeen recommendingtoanyone they trust.

AlternateHypothesis, HA = There is no linear relationship between perceptionsof parents regarding professional pediatric attending them andcommunication skills, clinical skills, control of decision whichelaborate why parents tryto remain in the regimen care theyhavebeen recommendingtoanyone they trust (Plichta&amp Kelvin, 2013).

TheIndependent Variable and its Level of Measurement

Theindependent variablethe perception of the parents of being contented with pediatric nursepractitioner’s care.

TheDependent Variable and its Level of Measurement

Thelevel to which PNP influence the decision.The standardof knowledge either increased or reduced.

Hypothesis

Inundertaking this research, the hypothesis to be tested was there isa linear relationship between perceptions of parents regardingprofessional pediatric attending them and communication skills,clinical skills, control of decision which elaborate why parents tryto remain in the regimen care they have been recommendingtoanyone they trust

Typeof Data and Test used for analysis

Thisresearch has utilized ninety-oneparticipants who were taken in from their place of Southeasternworkpart of Pennsylvania. Also,28 things satisfactions weredevelopedwith the aim of measuring how parents are satisfied with pediatricpractitioners. The perceptions of the parent are the overallsatisfaction which caresoffered by PNP.

Correlationand assumptions

Fromthe regression, the data wasdirectly relatedbecause of the positive relationshipbetween the variables. We made an assumptionon the expected behavior of the parents visiting the pediatricclinics.

Assumptionsof the Statistical Test and how they weremet

Weassumed that the data wouldbehave in a linear format implying there was alinearrelation among variables. The perceptions of the parent are theoverall satisfaction which caresoffered by PNP. Multiple regressions were used to analyze the datacollected and showed clinical competency had adamantpositive relationship with the decision of the parent to obey to thehealth regime of the PNP (Kinder,2016).

Thediscoveries of this study directly affect the working on the nurse.A PPSC-PNP too might be utilized together with the popularityof pediatric and developing a standard for the others to copy as thebest within PNP. Different factors affecting planning in parenthoodaimed at keeping the regimein the best status needs to be studied in the future to determinetoextendof the effects. In this research, two research questions wereaddressedfirstly, the opinions of parents on general stats faction with careoffered by PNP and the impacts on its communication skills inenhancing the relationship. Secondly, it wasaimedat finding the connections among views of a parent,skills of communication, competence in nursing work, caring attitude,decisional monitoring and geared at remaining they said the regimeof care.

References

Hallstrom,I., &amp Elander, G. (2005). Decision making in pediatric care: Anoverview concerningnursing care. NursingEthics, 12,223-238

Kinder,F., (2016). Parents’Perception of Satisfaction with Pediatric Nurse Practitioners’ Careand Parental Intent to Adhere To Recommended Health Care Regimen.PEDIATRICNURSING/May-June 2016/Vol.42/No. 3

Plichta,S., &amp Kelvin, A. (2013). Munro’s Statistical Methods forHealth Care Research. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams &ampWilkins.