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# NSG 6999 week 5 Quiz

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NSG 6999 week 5 Quiz

1 There are three questions that should be asked for all studies. One is "Will the results help me in caring for

my patients?" When looking at this question you are looking for:

Question 1 options:

Were the study patients similar to my own?

Were there appropriate numbers of patients studied?

Were data methods appropriate for the issue studied?

Were there steps to avoid bias or confounding

2--When participants of a study are placed in groups based on their wish to be in the study—or volunteers. This is a type of

Question 2 options:

Measurement bias

Selection bias

Recall bias

Information bias

3,- What is the definition of a systematic review?

A statistical approach to synthesizing the results of a number of studies that produces a larger sample size and thus greater power to determine the true magnitude of an effect. Used to obtain a single-effect measure of the results of all studies.

A research review that includes published papers that support an author's particular point of view and usually serves as a general background discussion of a particular issue. An explicit and systematic approach to searching for and evaluating papers is usually not used.

A compilation of like studies to address a specific clinical question using a detailed, comprehensive search strategy and rigorous appraisal methods for the purpose of summarizing, appraising, and communicating the results and implications of all the research available on a clinical question. It is the most rigorous approach to minimization of bias in summarizing research

A multi-method or pluralistic approach, using different methods in order to focus on the research topic from different viewpoints and to produce a multi-faceted set of data. Also used to check the validity of findings from any one method

4.- What is the definition of a meta-analysis?

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A statistical approach to synthesizing the results of a number of studies that produces a larger sample size and thus greater power to determine the true magnitude of an effect. Used to obtain a single-effect measure of the results of all studies.

A research review that includes published papers that support an author's particular point of view and usually serves as a general background discussion of a particular issue. An explicit and systematic approach to searching for and evaluating papers is usually not used.

A compilation of like studies to address a specific clinical question using a detailed, comprehensive search strategy and rigorous appraisal methods for the purpose of summarizing, appraising, and communicating the results and implications of all the research available on a clinical question. It is the most rigorous approach to minimization of bias in summarizing research.

A multi-method or pluralistic approach, using different methods in order to focus on

Commented [MS26]: Add an option "d"

the research topic from different viewpoints and to produce a multi-faceted set of data. Also used to check the validity of findings from any one method

5.- What is the definition of a narrative review?:

A statistical approach to synthesizing the results of a number of studies that produces a larger sample size and thus greater power to determine the true magnitude of an effect. Used to obtain a single-effect measure of the results of all studies.

A research review that includes published papers that support an author's particular point of view and usually serves as a general background discussion of a particular issue. An explicit and systematic approach to searching for and evaluating papers is usually not used.

A compilation of like studies to address a specific clinical question using a detailed, comprehensive search strategy and rigorous appraisal methods for the purpose of summarizing, appraising, and communicating the results and implications of all the research available on a clinical question. It is the most rigorous approach to minimization of bias in summarizing research.

A multi-method or pluralistic approach, using different methods in order to focus on the research topic from different viewpoints and to produce a multi-faceted set of data. Also used to check the validity of findings from any one method.

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