Evaluation Table Medical Professionals Chart

Full citation of the selected article
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Zihindula, G., Andrew John, R., Gumede, D. M., & Richard Gavin, M. (2019). A review on the contributions of NGOs in addressing the shortage of healthcare professionals in rural South Africa. Cogent Social Sciences, 5(1), 1674100.
Flaherty, E., & Bartels, S. J. (2019). Addressing the community‐based geriatric healthcare workforce shortage by leveraging the potential of inter-professional teams. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 67(S2), S400-S408.
Michel, J. P., & Ecarnot, F. (2020). The shortage of skilled workers in Europe: its impact on geriatric medicine.
Turja, T., Van Aerschot, L., Särkikoski, T., & Oksanen, A. (2018). Finnish healthcare professionals’ attitudes towards robots: reflections on a population sample. Nursing Open, 5(3), 300-309.

Why you chose the article/how it relates to the clinical issue of interest. Research ethics related to the clinical concern of interest
This article is preferable since it addresses the shortage of healthcare professionals, which compromises healthcare quality delivery.  It relates to the concept of shortage of healthcare professionals highlighting how it impacts people from rural areas.
The article is selected because it addresses the shortage of healthcare professionals unable to offer a standardized healthcare quality. The research topic pertains to the understanding of healthcare regarding the lack of healthcare experts acting as a hindrance to quality care.
I chose the article since it relates to the topic of study, which addresses the shortage of skilled workers and its effect on geriatric medicine. It relates to the idea of scarcity of qualified healthcare givers, particularly in geriatric medicine. Thus, it indicates the relationship between scarcities of healthcare professionals on the impact of service quality rendered on patients.
I preferred the article to address the challenges posed by the shortage of healthcare professionals, particularly in western societies.

Brief description of the aims of the research of each peer-reviewed article
The main intention of the researchers of this article is to determine the impacts of the scarcity of healthcare professionals on care quality, especially on people living in rural areas.
The authors intended to investigate the possible ways of addressing the caregivers shortage in a community-based geriatric healthcare context in the care delivery process.
The researchers aimed at finding factors that contribute to workforce shortage which in turn affects the quality of care offered to patients
The researchers aimed to investigate the preparedness of healthcare professionals in integrating robots in the healthcare service delivery process.

Brief description of the research methodology used
The methodology used by the researchers was a quantitative method comparing data from secondary sources of data.
 

The researchers used quantitative methodology in this article.
The researchers utilized a quantitative research methodology since they utilized their integrative and analytic skills to analyze the data.
The researchers utilized qualitative research methods in collecting the required data. They conducted two similar surveys for Finnish healthcare givers that were online-based. The researchers also used face-to-face interviews and structured questionnaires.

Give a brief description of the strengths of each research methodology used.  Include reliability and validity of how the procedure is applicable in each of the selected peer-reviewed articles.
The data collection methodology allows the researchers to gather detailed information based on healthcare shortage by comparing evidence from various sources.
The method is reliable and valid because the used articles were from scholarly articles regarding the topic of study.

The quantitative research methodology allows the researchers to analyze the gathered data utilizing statistical approaches.
The methodology is dependable and credible since data analysis thrives on the current knowledge concerning healthcare professionals.

The quantitative methodology enables the researchers to acquire more detailed data based on the research topic. Therefore, the data collection method is effective.
The approach yields reliable and valid data by considering the impact of healthcare staffing shortages in varied populations.

The qualitative research methodology allowed the researchers to gather more detailed information based on the topic. The research study is in line with the Finnish Advisory Board of Research Integrity regulations. The researchers informed all the participants concerning the study objectives and allowed them to participate in the research process.

General notes/ comments
This article is well-written since it outlines a clear relationship between staff shortages on quality care on the most vulnerable people in rural areas.
The article has outlined how the primary care in the workforce in a community-oriented geriatric healthcare context.
The article has focused in-depth on the shortage of skilled workers, especially in Europe, and its effect on geriatric medicine.
This article is relevant since it has discussed the shortage of skilled healthcare professionals calling for the need to introduce robots to counter the staff shortage challenges.