Write a few paragraphs describing the evidence-based survey instrument you are using.

Write a few paragraphs describing the evidence-based survey instrument you are using. Explain how many items the survey contains, if there is more than one category of data collected, any reverse scored items, the population for which the survey is designed, and discuss validity and reliability measures for the survey. Make this discussion practical to your study and not just a generic discussion about the survey. Show how and why this survey is best suited to collect the data for this study.

2.Using the heading, Instrument, write a few paragraphs describing the evidence-based survey instrument you are using. Explain how many items the survey contains, if there is more than one category of data collected, any reverse scored items, the population for which the survey is designed, and discuss validity and reliability measures for the survey. Make this discussion practical to your study and not just a generic discussion about the survey. Show how and why this survey is best suited to collect the data for this study.
Using the heading, Measures, write two paragraphs or so describing the measure you are collecting in this study. This is a different discussion than describing the instrument (above). Don’t restate the same information. In measures, discuss what data you are collecting. So, think about what you will have when 5 participants have completed the survey. Will you have 27 pieces of data per participant, or one? What will the data look like? All of the data that you collect from your participants make up the measures section. It may help you to create a table that shows what this looks like and even show a sample participant response in the table. Be sure to include and discuss your demographic variable and how it fits in your study design.
For Data Analysis, explain how you will manipulate the measures collected to answer the research question. Once you have a data collection sheet that records each participant’s responses to the survey, what will you do with that data to answer the research question? Be thorough and SHOW that you know how to manipulate ( ie analyze) the measures in order to answer your research question.