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provides the breadth of information required to understand the various dimensions of a healthcare problem as well as the different issues that are to be investigated (Borgstede & Scholz, 2021). The breadth of data is based on numbers and how they influence a given geographical area. This is important to note because of the central theme of health assessed by the realities of the healthcare service field. Since only the quantitative research process can help in the healthcare service field, it is important to look at its continued influence in helping to determine the figures and how they influence research outcomes (Borgstede & Scholz, 2021). A critical question that can be assessed is: How many healthcare needs are affected by nursing shortages in the state? This investigation would be enhanced by the illustration of the number of issues and how they influence the healthcare needs of residents. The understanding that a given geographical area would be affected offers an understanding of the percentage of the population that would be at risk. This has a critical challenge in promoting and effectively discussing the numbers affected and how. The quantitative method offers this understanding in the long term (Borgstede & Scholz, 2021). Some of the research methods that can be used are the descriptive method which enables the descriptions of the data as well as the quantitative design. These elements allow the continued illustration of differentiated measures that strengthen the quantitative approach as research on the breadth of the problem. Some of the bias expected includes the appreciation of the numbers while ignoring the story behind the numbers (Borgstede & Scholz, 2021). Stories behind the number are critical to the research outcome, hence the need for progressive growth of the research process.
Borgstede, M., & Scholz, M. (2021). Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Generalization and Replicationâ€“A Representationalist View.Â
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Quantitative research can be used to determine the â€œwho, what, when, and whereâ€ of a patientâ€™s conditions. (
Common data types in public health research) Diabetic research is an excellent example of how quantitative research has benefited healthcare. Through quantitative research, we used numerical data such as a personâ€™s age, height, and weight to determine their predisposition to diabetes. A researchable question that will use a