2.Retrieve the full-text version of the article from the library. Read it thoroughly.
3.Write a brief introduction to your paper, however do not label it as an “Introduction” in accordance with the rules of APA scholarly writing.
4.State the research question for this study in a paragraph.
5.Describe the research design of this study.
6.Explain how the sample was selected and include the number of participants. Make a judgment as to whether the sample size was adequate, and defend your answer why or why not.
7.Describe the data collection method(s) including who collected data, what tools were used, and other pertinent information.
8.Identify the limitations of the study, and describe how the limitations could be overcome in subsequent studies.
9.Describe the findings reported in the study. What is the answer to the research question based on these findings? If the study fails to answer the research question, what do you believe is the reason?
10.Summarize the article. Based on these findings, is the evidence that you found on your topic strong enough to suggest a change in practice, or an idea for practice? Please provide the rationale for your answer.
11.List your references, formatted in APA style, On the References page. Guidelines and a sample paper on APA may be found under Course Home in the Course Resources link. Follow the guidelines for writing professional papers using APA formatting as described in the 6th edition of the manual.
Hairr, D. C., Salisbury, H., Johannsson, M., & Redfern-Vance, N. (2014). Nurse staffing and the relationship to job satisfaction and retention. Nursing Economic$, 32(3), 142-147.(6 pages)