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Evidence Base practice
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  • Due on 06 Jan, 2018 12:00:00
  • Asked On 28 Dec, 2017 11:11:01
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DNP graduates are expected to apply research findings and integrate nursing science into evidence-based practice. To develop your ability to engage in this high level of nursing practice, you will analyze the strengths and weaknesses of a research study over the next several weeks using the concepts presented throughout Weeks 1 through 9 of the course. Your final analysis will be a 5- to 7-page paper that includes the following:

  • Brief one to two paragraph overview of the study
  • Two to three strengths of the study and support for your selection (i.e. why is this a strength)
  • Two to three weaknesses of the study and support for your selection (i.e. why is this a weakness)
  • Note: The strengths and weaknesses you identified should be in relation to design, sampling, data collection, statistical analysis, results and discussion of the study
  • Proposed changes to improve the quality of the study, capitalizing on the strengths and improving on the weaknesses identified in the study
  • Summary of the implications for nursing practice

The purpose of the analysis is to help you develop a deeper understanding of the research process, to inspire you to think critically and deeply about research on a specific topic, and to strengthen your ability to integrate research findings into evidence-based nursing practice. This assignment also gives you practice in analyzing the research literature, which will support you when you begin your DNP project. Before you proceed, please review the rubric for this assignment, which is located in the Grading section in the left-hand navigation menu of this course. Keep in mind that you will be working on your article critique throughout Weeks 2 through 9 with your critique due by Day 7 of Week 9.

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Application of Research Findings And Integ Evidence-Based Practice: Research Article Review
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A critical review of the study, “Feasibility of a Targeted Breast Health Education Intervention for Chinese American Immigrant Women” indicates that the study not only has a researchable problem statement but add...
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Evidence Based Practice
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A critical review of the study, “Feasibility of a Targeted Breast Health Education Intervention for Chinese American Immigrant Women” indicates that the study not only has a researchable problem statement but additionally indicate a number of variables of interest (breast cancer incidence amongst Asian American and Pacific Islanders women), as well as the association between the variables under investigation. The variables have also been directly...
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Effectiveness of an Aspiration Risk-Reduction Protocol
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Article Critique; Effectiveness of an Aspiration Risk-Reduction Protocol Name: Tutor: College: Course: Date: Article Critique; Effectiveness of an Aspiration Risk-Reduction Protocol Overview of the Study As per the survey results, a combination of a head-of-bed position elevated to at least 30 degrees and use of a small-bowel feeding site can reduce the incidence of aspiration and aspiration-related pneumonia dramatically in critically ill, tube-fed patients. The study ignores the fact that Pneumonia is an inflammatory disorder of the lung which mainly affects microscopic air sacs (alveoli). Natural indicators and signs include a various severity and combo of productive or a dry cough, fever, chest ache and predicament breathing, depending on the underlying rationale. Pneumonia is most often brought about by using infection with viruses or bacteria and less most likely by way of other microorganisms, appropriate medications, and conditions equivalent to autoimmune ailments. The study also suggests that Pneumonia is much lower in the Aspiration Risk-Reduction Protocol Patients than those in the usual care. The study ignores the fact that such factors can cause pneumonia as other lung infections, for example, cystic fibrosis, COPD, and asthma, diabetes, heart disappointment, a past filled with smoking, a reduced capacity to hack, for instance, taking after a stroke, or a powerless invulnerable framework. The conclusion is regularly in light of the indications and physical examination. Trunk X-beam, blood tests, and culture of the sputum may affirm the finding. The sickness might be grouped by where it was obtained with a group, doctor's facility, or human services related pneumonia. Antibodies to keep certain sorts of pneumonia are accessible. Different strategies for aversion incorporate hand washing and not smoking. Strengths of the Study Statistical analysis entailed Inspecting, reworking, cleaning, and modeling information with the goal of discovering valuable understanding, suggesting conclusions, and aiding choice-making. The statistical evaluation includes breaking an entire into its separate accessories for proper examination. Information analysis is an approach for acquiring raw knowledge and converting it into unders...
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