Write a summary of each of the articles that you identified in Module 2. Address the following: Write one research summary that uses a quantitative research design. Write one research summary that uses a qualitative research design. Each summary should be 300 words and should follow the template, Summarize Research Articles. Use APA Level Heading 2 to separate the distinct parts of the study. These article summaries will form the basis of the Critique of Research Studies Parts 1-3 assignments in modules 4, 6, and 8. Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment. You are not required to submit this assignment to Turnitin, unless otherwise directed by your instructor. If so directed, refer to the Student Success Center for directions. Only Word documents can be submitted to Turnitin. must use rubric please 86.0 %Content 5.0 %Quantitative Article Introduction 12.0 %Quantitative Article Problem Statement/Statement of Purpose 12.0 %Quantitative Article: Research Question(s)Research question(s) fully described using accurate research language. Study methods and key findings fully described using accurate research language.14 % Clearly describes author(s), article type, type of design, model summary in text, and why this article’s design fits summary. Terminology is appropriate 5% 12%Problem statement and statement of purpose fully described using accurate research language. 12%Research question(s) fully described using accurate research language. Study methods and key findings fully described using accurate research language.14% 5.0 %Organization and Effectiveness 5.0 %Mechanics of Writing (includes spelling, punctuation, grammar, language use) 9.0 %Format 4.0 %APA Format Module 2 to write on Nursing Research In nursing research, there is the use of either qualitative or quantitative research methods. Qualitative research focuses on the discovery and understanding of thoughts, experiences and perspectives of participants. In quantitative research, focus is on the maximization of objectivity and generalization of the research findings. There is also the use of instruments like surveys or tests in the collection of data and the use of probability theory in testing the statistical hypotheses that are in response to the research questions (Keele, 2011). This essay focuses on presenting the differences found in a qualitative and quantitative research in peer-reviewed nursing articles. The first article is “Tragedy into Policy: A quantitative study of the attitudes of nurses toward patient advocacy activities” by Lisa Black. This article focuses on the study findings of the public health tragedy that occurred between the years 2007 and 2008 in two endoscopy clinics in Nevada. Over one hundred patients got infected with hepatitis C due to the reuse of medication vials that were contaminated. This article falls in the category of quantitative research because in its research methodology, there is the use of questionnaires that were reliable and valid. The initial sample used in the research was 1, 725 nurses in Nevada who represented 10% of all the nurses registered in the State board database in Nevada. There was also the use of a survey questionnaire that was mailed to the respondents where they were to fill it out and return the responses. The results of the research study show that it is a quantitative research given the use of the Likert agreement scale. This scale was able to reveal results such as the response rate that was 33% or 564 respondents. 93% of the respondents indicated that they had reported an unsafe patient care circumstance to their supervisors. The findings from the use of quantitative research methods indicate that there is need to encourage open communication among health professionals to highlight patient safety that may be compromised (Black, 2011). In the article, “Why are nurses leaving? Findings from an initial qualitative study on nursing attrition”, focus is on identifying factors that influence the decisions of nurses in clinical nursing practice. The study focused on nurses who had chosen to leave clinical nursing. This article qualifies as a qualitative research study because it makes use of phenomenological research design that provides a better understanding on the decisions made by nurses to leave their clinical practice. In the methodology, there was the use of purposive sampling to select the sample for the study. Here, nurses were chosen depending on the criteria that they have to be licensed and they have to have had a minimum of one year experience in clinical practice. Recruitment of participants was done through the snow-balling technique. From the methodology, it was possible to come up with research findings for the study. Nurses indicated that there had positive aspects related to their clinical practice. The results also indicated that the decisions given by the nurses to leave their clinical practice include exhaustion and fatigue, unfriendly workplace and emotional distress. These findings showed that there is need to focus on efforts that promote a good working environment and encouraging ample rest among nurses to avoid fatigue and exhaustion (MacKusick & Minick, 2010). From these two articles, it is possible to see that the research design of a study is essential since it communicates relevant information on the key features of the research study. Research designs are either quantitative or qualitative methods and they make it possible for researchers to analyze the findings obtained through the research methods. References Black, L. (2011). Original Research: Tragedy into Policy: A Quantitative Study of Nurses’ Attitudes Toward Patient Advocacy Activities. AJN, American Journal Of Nursing, 111(6), 26-35. http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/01.naj.0000398537.06542.c0 Keele, R. (2011). Nursing research and evidence-based practice. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. MacKusick, C., & Minick, P. (2010). Why Are Nurses Leaving? Findings From an Initial Qualitative Study on Nursing Attrition. MEDSURG Nursing, 19(6), 335-340.