# The Assessment Tool

Complete the Organizational Culture and Climate Assessment Tool (Links to an external site.). The tool is your data collection tool, or “notes-taking” pages you will need to complete before doing the analysis. You may already know some of the information, but some may require communication with key people in the organization, for example, human resources, financial officers, or nurse executives. Submitting the completed tool with your final paper submission is required. It is not included in your page count. You receive credit for completing and submitting it the items in the following outline.

T3DQ1

Provide two different examples of how research uses hypothesis testing, and describe the criteria for rejecting the null hypothesis. Discuss why this is important in your practice and with patient interactions.

T3DQ2

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Evaluate and provide examples of how hypothesis testing and confidence intervals are used together in health care research. Provide a workplace example that illustrates your ideas.

Read “Chapter 11: Logic of Hypothesis Testing,” and watch the associated videos by Lane, from Online Statistics Education: An Interactive Multimedia Course of Study.

URL:http://onlinestatbook.com/2/logic_of_hypothesis_testing/logic_hypothesis.html

Refer to the “Visual Learner: Statistics” to learn more about the statistical calculations presented in this topic.

URL:http://lc.gcumedia.com/hlt362v/the-visual-learner/the-visual-learner-v2.1.html

Read “Chapter 6: Research Design” and watch the associated videos, by Lane, from Online Statistics Education: An Interactive Multimedia Course of Study.

URL:http://onlinestatbook.com/2/research_design/contents.html

Read “Chapter 10: Estimation” and watch the associated videos, by Lane, from Online Statistics Education: An Interactive Multimedia Course of Study.

URL:http://onlinestatbook.com/2/estimation/estimation.html

Read “Probability, Clinical Decision Making and Hypothesis Testing,” by Banerjee, Jadhave, and Bhawalker, from Industrial Psychiatry Journal (2009).