critique: A systematic review exploring the patient decision-making factors and attitudes towards pre-implantation genetic testing for aneuploidy and gender selection

Follow attached rubric read the article at least two times – highlight the important points of the article in every section – read the critique question in the template and write the answer to each question. The answer should be in a sentence format with supporting evidence from the article to justify the response to the question. https://obgyn.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/aogs.13973 A systematic review exploring the patient decision-making factors and attitudes towards pre-implantation genetic testing for aneuploidy and gender selection Timothy Bracewell-Milnes,Srdjan Saso,Benjamin Jones,Sarah Cato,Riya Parikh,Meen-Yau Thum,Mark Johnson,Paula Almeida,Julian Norman-Taylor,Dimitrios Nikolaou Suggested steps to follow: 1. Do literature search for the topic of interest to you and select ONE PRIMARY SOURCE QUANTITATIVE ARTICLE for your critique. You need to send the title of the selected article and the link by email to the instructor for approval before you start the critique. 2. Compose your paper: 6-8 pages (excluding the cover and reference pages). APA format (doublespaced, 12-font Times Roman). 3. On the cover page, write the title of the chosen research article and your name. Focus on critiquing to determine the research quality. 4. Use the Quantitative Research Critique Guidelines (posted in BB) to generate your critical thinking and form your writing. The guidelines are adapted from Polit

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