Figure -1. is a flowchart for search history and included studies. An example is included below. Table 1 . This table will contain the characteristics of your included 3 -5 research studies. The table format is below. In place of “Article 1, 2, 3” you will identify the article’s first author’s last name followed by et al. For example: Thorpe et al. , Table 1 Study Authors Characteristics Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 Study Title Thorpe et al., (2015). Monitoring Fatigue During the In-Season Competitive Phase in Elite Soccer Players.
International Journal of Sports Physiology & Performance, 10(8), 958 –964. Participants (test subjects with relevant variables) 10 elite soccer players (include age, height, weight, and possibly the perceived rating of wellness at start of study). Inclusion/Exclusio n Criteria Inclusion : pass physical exam by club physician, Exclusion : illness or injury. (I suggest including th e relevant I/E criteria in this category. Outcome Measures Variables collected : perceived wellness (fatigue, muscle soreness, sleep quality), countermovement -jump height, post -exercise heart -rate recovery, and heart -rate variability. Results Fluctua tions in fatigue were significantly correlated with fluctuations in Total high – intensity -running distance. Correlations between variability in muscle soreness, sleep quality, and HRR and THIR distance were negligible and not statistically significant. Evidence Quality Score Score you are giving this research study based upon the grading scale used. Also provide a Strength Of Recommendation number. Support for Answer Does this article support your clinical question? (Provide your response of YES or NO here).
All should be yes, but if there is a “NO”, you will have to justify this.