The abstract of an article often holds valuable information for capturing the essence of a study. However, it is not good practice to simply read an abstract and attempt to apply this research to your practice. Using your PICO(T) question and the Shapiro Library, locate a relevant research article and attach a link to your initial post. Then, choose one section, other than the abstract, and assess the information it provides for its potential to inform evidence-based practice. In your responses, choose two peers who reviewed different sections than your own and comment on their assessments. Did they miss anything? Both peers response are attached as well as my own

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