Determine a specific population (I choose youth 10-17 years old boys and girls in Nunavut Quebec)
that you would like to have more information about,
• Find an applicable research article on your chosen topic. ( I chose the article: Volpe, T., Boydell, K. M., &
Pignatiello, A. (2014). Mental health services for Nunavut children and youth: evaluating a telepsychiatry pilot
project. Rural & Remote Health, 14(2), 1–14.
See the attached PDF file for the article.
• Summarize and critique your chosen research article.
• Consider how this research could be integrated into nursing practice.
• Your work will achieve the maximum value/grade if it is succinct and insightful and clearly shows how you
have applied the theory learned to a practical situation.
Your critique should include, but is not limited to the following:
• What type of study design is it? Provide rationale.
• Are the findings reported consistent with information/knowledge that you have? Do the reported relationships
• If reported, how strong is the observed association?
• Would you incorporate the findings of this study into your community health nursing practice (i.e., the health
promotion program that you are planning) or recommend this study to others? Provide rationale.
• What further research question(s) would you develop in relation to this study and/or your observations?
• Each element of the assignment guidelines is addressed.
• Ability to analyze, evaluate, create, and engage in critical inquiry is evident throughout.
• Adheres to APA current addition scholarly format – limit of 5 pages (excluding title, reference, and appendix
That assignment I wrote previously was returned to be redone with the teacher’s remarks see in red and in blue. I
have to rewrite again with the same research article, this time I have to follow the remarks given by the teacher.
Also, provide more research articles to support this assignment.
Some of these references can be used:
Vollman, A. R., Musto, R., & Scott, F.E. (2017). Public health in Canada. In Vollman, A. R., Anderson, E.
T., & McFarlane, J. (Eds.). Canadian community as partner: Theory and practice in nursing (4th ed.) (pp.
17-26). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer
Community Health Nurses of Canada. (2011, March). Canadian community health nursing: Professional practice
model and standards of practice, located at https://www.chnc.ca/en/standards-of-practice
Edge, D.S. (2017). Patterns of health and disease: The role of epidemiology in population health. In Vollman, A.
R., Anderson, E. T., & McFarlane, J. (Eds.). Canadian community as partner: Theory and practice in nursing (4th
ed.) (pp. 41-61). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer