What do the results cited in the article indicate?

A journal article review is a detailed, constructive, and critical evaluation of published peer-reviewed professional literature.
Choose and read a journal article from a professional nursing journal publication. The student will create an American Psychological Association (APA) formated paper.
Provide “Title” page and use APA writing style throughout the journal article review.
The student will choose from topics provided that are relevant to contemporary nursing.
The article chosen (not the link) must be submitted and pre-approved by instructor prior to writing it.
This is an academic, professionally written exercise consisting of a minimum of 3 to 4 paragraphs in length.
Each paragraph to contain of a minimum of 4 to 5 sentences.
Article Critique should be approximately 5 to 6 pages including a cover page and a reference page.
To consist of 750 to 1000 words. (No Less no more.) TITLE PAGE:
INTRODUCTION: First review and summarize the journal article.
Describe what the article is about.
Present a clear, non-biased understanding of the article’s topic.
Mention the article name and source.
What makes the article important? “The main topic of this journal article is ….”
MAIN BODY: Critically review the article.
Analyze the evidence.
Was the research presented in the article objective or bias?
Describe the article’s strength and weakness.
Provide your opinion, what did the article mean to you?
Highlight the positive or negative points. “This article presents the material (well / not well) because …
Why should or should not the article be recommend reading?
Was the article successful or a failure in relaying information based on the topic? “I (recommend/ don’t recommend) reading this article because…”
CONCLUSION: Conclude with what you learned from analyzing the article.
What knowledge was gained from reading this article?
What do the results cited in the article indicate?
Do not present new or additional information in the conclusion, stay focused on the article topic at hand. “After reading and analyzing this article I learned that …. “

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