Empirical Research Identification on the PICOT question

This is a research paper on Empirical Research Identification on PICOT topic and how it is related to the PICOT questions.

Empirical Research Identification on PICOT

The purpose of this assignment is to understand the usefulness of evidence and the support it provides when answering a PICOT topic question.
Directions:

Part 1: Empirical Article Selection

Firstly, locate three empirical articles related to your PICOT question that meet all the criteria found in “Empirical Research Checklist.”

Part 2: Research Article Chart Using the articles acquired in Part 1. Then, provide a summary review of each component using the “Research Article Chart” template. Additionally, submit the completed “Research Article Chart” to the instructor.

General Requirements:

Secondly, doctoral learners require to use APA style for their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center Research Article Chart Criteria and Defining Characteristics
Article 1: Article 2: Article 3: Abstract. After reading the abstract what do you expect to learn from the article?
Introduction: Summarize the following in paragraph form? What is the purpose of the study?  What is the scope of the study? Describe the rational for the study? What is the hypothesis or research question?  What key concepts and terms that you note?  Lastly, is a review of the literature provided?

Methods:

Fourthly, summarize the following in paragraph form? Define the population being sampled? What data collection procedure is presented? What other procedures are described?

Results:

Summarize the following in paragraph form? What are the given findings? What is the data collection? Are the findings supportive by graphs and charts?  Then, what does the analysis of data state?

Lastly, summarize in paragraph form? What is the summary of the study? Identify the conclusion of the hypothesis? What are the questions for future research? Lastly, what are the total number of references usage in the study?