Emerging Public Health Challenges (pdf)

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Critical Appraisal of Emerging PublicHealth Challenges
Table of ContentsArticle : Self Reported Sleep Duration, Sleep Quality and Breast Cancer Risk in a PopulationBased Case Control..........................................................................................................................11. Description...................................................................................................................................12. Article Critique...........................................................................................................................12.1 Title and Abstract.............................................................................................................12.2 Introduction......................................................................................................................22.3 Materials and Methods...............................................................................................................22.3.1 Settings and participants................................................................................................22.3.2 Study Design.................................................................................................................32.3.3 Statistical Methods........................................................................................................32.4 Results........................................................................................................................................32.5 Discussion and conclusion.........................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
Article : Self Reported Sleep Duration, Sleep Quality and Breast Cancer Riskin a Population Based Case Control.1. DescriptionArticle base on the study of Breast cancer and showing that it is one of the most commondisease which diagnosed in invasive cancers. In other words, Several studies has found that lackof sleep cause risk of breast cancer. According to data In Australia and globally Breast cancer isthe leading cancer found in Women. Present study is also stated the two biological models whichhas been proposed and explained how poor sleep can directly affect the development of cancer.Overall, the aimed of this study is to investigate the relationship between breasts cancerand 3 domains of sleep. Besides, this study also conducted a deep review of 1000 cases and 2000age matched controls (Dini and et.al., 2018). Controls were women between the age group of 18-80 living in Western Australia. All these participants were randomly selected from the electrolroll. Present paper is clearly makes the sense which is easy to understand the purpose of thestudy.2. Article Critique2.1 Title and AbstractPresent study is effectively accomplish the aim of the study but could have been donemore better if they adopt the tool of research critique checklist. Meanwhile, the purpose ofAbstract is to provides the short and informative and balanced summary. The strength of thestudy is to conduct large population based case which significantly described the relationshipbetween sleep durations on workdays and non workdays and including subjective sleep quality.In order to read the study, reader clearly get understand that what has been done throughout theresearch. Study also mentioned some keywords through everything is easily get understand like“Impaired Immune system”, “Metabolic pathways”, Obesity, Circadian rhythm, sleep etc(Monteiro and et.al., 2018). Present study is approved by the human research ethics committeesof the Western Australian Department of Health and the University of Western Australian. Studyalso conducted survey and asked to participants to complete a self administered postalquestionnaire that contained questions on demographic, reproductive and lifestyle factors orrelated to sleep.1
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