It is important that the nurse with a bachelor of science in nursing be able to use research-based studies to inform decision making in the clinical area.
A. Select an article from a nursing research journal (PLEASE CHOOSE ARTICLE ABOUT COLON CANCER PREVENTION(IT HAS TO BE PRIMARY RESEARCH ARTICLE) and critique the article (suggested
length of 2pages) by doing the following:
1. Identify the article you have chosen in an APA-formatted citation.
2. Design a graphic or chart to show how the researcher addressed the five areas of a research report (background information, review of the literature, discussion of methodology, specific data analysis, and conclusion). See attached example. THIS IS REQUIRED.
INFORMATION REVIEW OF LITERATURE DISCUSSION OF METHODOLOGY
SPECIFIC DATA ANALYSIS
3. Based on your analysis of the five areas, assess whether the evidence presented in the research report supports the conclusion (suggested length of ? page). PLEASE USE QUOTATIONS FROM THE ARTICLE.
4. Discuss ethical issues that may have arisen for the researcher while conducting the research for the article (suggested length of 1/2 page).
5. Discuss the type of research used for the study (suggested length of 1/2 page). Please address point below.
? Explain whether or not other types of research would have been appropriate in the same situation.
B. Conduct a literature search to evaluate nursing care or management implications of a therapeutic nursing intervention by doing the following:
B1. Identify a nursing care or management problem for a therapeutic nursing situation
(suggested length 1/2 page). GOAL: NURSING ROLE IN TEACHING ABOUT IMPORTANCE OF GLUTEN FREE
DIET AND REGULAR FOLLOW-UP WITH GASTROENTEROLOGIST.
B2. Complete the attached matrix to list 10 primary research sources (peer-reviewed
articles) you locate in major medical databases. All 10 sources sent as attachment. See Matrix below:
Primary Research Matrix
Use this table to organize your review. This is required for all sources. This matrix has to be included for this order.
Author(s) Source Date (year) Research Type (experimental, quasi-experimental, case series, ethnographic, etc) Population/
sample size Outcome measures Pertinent data from results Suggested Conclusions Comments
B3. Conduct a review of the 10 peer-reviewed research articles in which you (ALL ARTICLES SEND AS ATTACHEMENTS):
1. Develop an annotated bibliography (suggested length of 3 pages) of the articles.
Note: An annotated bibliography is one that includes not only a brief summary of content for each book or article reviewed, but also contains other relevant comments and information that the candidate believes can be of help for future study. See attachment for example.
2. Discuss whether the researchers present a case for the efficacy of a specified therapeutic approach. The writer provides a credible and well-supported discussion of whether the researchers present a case for the efficacy of a specified therapeutic approach.
3. Identify whether the researchers chose tools that were similar or different.
4. Discuss whether you believe the tools the researchers chose could have affected their results.
B4. Develop an evidence summary of the articles; identifying what key criteria were used to develop it (suggested length of 1 page).
B5. Recommend a specific nursing strategy based on the theoretical models and evidence you found in your review (suggested length 1/2 page).
B6. Explain why you believe it is important to use a theoretical model for nursing research (suggested length of 1/2 page).
C. Include all in-text citations and references in APA format. Please include all articles from Part A and B in reference page.
PLEASE ADDRESS ALL QUESTIONS AS SEPARATE PARAGRAPHS. IN PART A QUESTION 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. IN PART B: B1, B2, B3 (1, 2, 3, 4), B4, B5, B6
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