# Part 1: Quantitative Analyses · Follow the step-by-step instructions provided in the Instructions: Quantitative Analysis Assignment document in this week’s resources on using the Excel program to conduct descriptive analyses of quantitative data. · The Quantitative Data Excel Assignment spreadsheet that you will need is in the resources for this week. · For this Assignment, you will need to describe the findings from your analyses and summarize what they tell you about these patients and the extent of the adverse events they experienced during their hospitalization by completing the Summary Data Analysis Form in this week’s resources. Part 2: Qualitative Analyses · Follow the step-by-step instructions provided in the Instructions: Content Coding of Student Pet Peeves document in this week’s resources. The document provides detailed instructions on the step-by-step process of conducting the content analysis for this part of the Assignment. · Access the Perceived Pet Peeves Data document located in this week’s resources that includes the narrative descriptions of 10 students about their “pet peeves’ in courses they have taken. (In other words, what are the things that detracted from their learning experiences in these courses)? o The analytic method you will use to analyze the narrative data for this Assignment is called content analysis. It requires you to read each student’s narrative and then code its content using thematic categories on a coding sheet. · Access the Code Sheet: Student Pet Peeve Data document located in this week’s resources to carry out the coding as defined in the instructions. o For the written part of this assignment, you will need to describe the most common types of “pet peeves” that students have about their courses.

Part 1: Quantitative Analyses

In this section of the assignment, you will conduct descriptive analyses of quantitative data using Excel. The purpose of the analysis is to examine the extent of adverse events experienced by patients during their hospitalization. The data for this analysis can be found in the Quantitative Data Excel Assignment spreadsheet provided in this week’s resources.

To begin the analysis, follow the step-by-step instructions provided in the Instructions: Quantitative Analysis Assignment document. These instructions will guide you through the process of using Excel to conduct the descriptive analyses. Make sure to carefully follow each step to ensure accurate results.

Once you have completed the analyses, you will need to describe the findings and summarize what they tell you about the patients and the extent of the adverse events they experienced. This can be done by completing the Summary Data Analysis Form provided in this week’s resources. The form will prompt you to enter the relevant information and provide a summary of your findings.

Part 2: Qualitative Analyses

In this section of the assignment, you will conduct qualitative analyses using a method called content analysis. The purpose of the analysis is to identify the most common types of “pet peeves” that students have about their courses. The data for this analysis can be found in the Perceived Pet Peeves Data document provided in this week’s resources.

To conduct the content analysis, follow the step-by-step instructions provided in the Instructions: Content Coding of Student Pet Peeves document. These instructions will guide you through the process of reading each student’s narrative and coding its content using thematic categories on a coding sheet. Make sure to carefully follow each step to ensure accurate and reliable coding.

Once you have completed the coding, you will need to describe the most common types of “pet peeves” that students have about their courses. This can be done by analyzing the coded data and identifying the themes that emerge. The Code Sheet: Student Pet Peeve Data document provided in this week’s resources can be used to carry out the coding as defined in the instructions.

In the written part of this assignment, you will need to provide a description of the most common types of “pet peeves” that students have about their courses. This can be based on the themes that have been identified through the content analysis. Make sure to provide clear and concise explanations of each type of “pet peeve” and support your descriptions with examples from the data.

Overall, this assignment involves both quantitative and qualitative analyses. The quantitative analyses will provide insights into the extent of adverse events experienced by patients, while the qualitative analyses will shed light on the most common types of “pet peeves” that students have about their courses. By completing both parts of the assignment, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the data and be able to draw meaningful conclusions.