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Complete a PICO(T) search on bicycle safety. What does the research say about this...

Complete a PICO(T) search on bicycle safety. What does the research say about this...

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Complete a PICO(T) search on bicycle safety. What does the research say about this issue? Select one of the articles from your search

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Complete a PICO(T) search on bicycle safety. What does the research say about this issue? Select one of the articles from your search. Identify the descriptive statistics. Is anything missing? To what extent are minorities included in the study? (Is that demographic information available?) How does the descriptive data help you understand the research?
PICOT Question: Do bicycle riders who wear a helmet have less injuries than those who do not wear a helmet over a 1 year period.
P- Bicycle riders                                                             
I- Wear helmet
C- Those who do not wear a helmet
O- Have less injuries
T- Over a 1 year period
[1] What does the research say about this issue? 
[2] Select one of the articles from your search.  Identify the descriptive statistics.  Is anything missing?  To what extent are minorities included in the study?  (Is that demographic information available?  Reasons why not?)
[3] How does the descriptive data help you understand the research?
[4] How do you know that the sample in a study is comparable to the population studied?
[5] Why is it important to examine the demographic characteristics of your sample?
[6] What is the difference among a mean, a mode, and a median?  When is each used?  
Describe the inferential tests that were used in the article that you used in the first discussion (in other words, t-tests and chi-squares). Given the p-values related to the tests, how do you interpret the results? Are statistically significant findings also clinically significant? What are the recommendations based on this paper? Share some alternate explanations (mediating or intervening variables) for the results of the study.
[1] Given the p-values related to the tests, how do you interpret the results?  
[2] Are statistically significant findings also clinically significant?
[3] What are the recommendations based on this paper? Do you agree? Why?  What alternative recommendations can you make?
[4] What is the connection among the research questions, propositions (theories), and results of a study?
[5] Could you make a definitive recommendation about the topic you chose related to the statistics used in the study?  
 


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