Please i need help with this article. It is a discussion board and below is an attached file of instructions to follow and three questions to answer after reading the article attached below also.
Qualitative Discussion Board Article
Instructions 1. Choose any one of the questions below for your initial post. Be sure to appraise both strengths and weaknesses of the methods in your post. 2. Click “Start a New Thread.” 3. In the subject line, put the letter of your question along with the descriptor, i.e. “QA Sampling”, “QB Data Collection,” or “QC Data Analysis”. 4. When you have completed your post, click “Post.” 5. Respond to at least two others’ posts. Choose a peer that does not have any responses yet. If everyone has a response, choose anyone. 6. As a matter of courtesy and continued engagement, you should answer questions and reply to comments your peers have given you. Questions (choose one) 1. Analyze the sampling procedure described in the article and assess the strengths and weaknesses of it, applying the concepts in the lecture and readings for this module. Consider the following when writing your post: the population from which the researchers drew their sample of participants, the exclusion of nurses who had participated in the focus groups from participating in the individual interviews. the characteristics of the final sample from Table 4, and information in Table 2, Participant Selection. 2. Analyze the data collection procedures (focus groups and interviews) described in the article and assess the strengths and weaknesses of them, applying the concepts in the lecture and readings for this module. Consider the following when writing your post: where the focus groups or interviews took place (Table 2, Setting), how the interview guides were created, the questions asked in the interview guide with regard to the research question (Table 3), and other data collection methods (Table 2, Data Collection). 3. Analyze the data analysis procedures described in the article and appraise the strengths and weaknesses of them. Consider the bias-reducing methods the researchers used (Table 2, Domain 3) and the appropriateness of the themes the researchers developed per the illustrative quotes in the results section of the article.