Depression and Anxiety Disorders: Benefits of Exercise, Yoga, and Meditation. REQUIREMENT FOR THE EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE JOURNAL ARTICLE ASSIGNMENT AND CLASS PRESENTATION: Please submit a copy of the article with your critique in dropbox. Select an Evidence-Based Practice Journal Article: (a peer-reviewed research article) that correlates to a topic covered this semester in our class readings.
Submit an article critique (2-3 pages) which should include:
– Provide a brief summary of the significance of the article
– Provide a summary of the article including the purpose of the article, the method of the study, strengths, and weaknesses, the summary of results and conclusions
-Compare how the article correlates with the readings from your textbook or other clinical resources.
– Identify any new treatment plan described in your article.
– Discuss how the information in the article might have an impact on clinical practice
– Critiques must be submitted in APA 7th edition format and deductions will be made for spelling and grammatical errors.
I will upload the article the title of the article is in the topic heading
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