RES 320 Week 5 Team Research Paper and Presentation Find and summarize 8 to 10 articles that are pertinent to the research topic selected. Show how these secondary sources relate to the research topic. Part 2 Address the role that might be played by qualitative research, quantitative research, secondary data, and survey research. Once decisions are reached about the approach and techniques to be used, the Learning Team should: Work on a sampling plan for the project. • Consider the population in which you are interested.
• Review the Simulation Review Paper and the Analyzing Financial Indicators for Decision Making documents located on the student website. • Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word summary of your choices and the reasons for your choices. • Format your summary consistent with APA guidelines. Discussion Questions 1 and 2 HCS 405 week 5 Individual Assignment, Health Care Financial Terms • Complete the Health Care Financial Terms multimedia on the student website. o A minimum score of 80% is required to receive credit for this assignment • Submit your assessment results by posting a
The theorist’s background and perspectives will be explained and lastly the theory will be discussed as to how it can serve as an underpinning and improve nursing practice. Concepts for the Grand Theory When comparing a grand theory to a middle range theory, a grand theory is much more abstract that uses a wide scope to explain and define broad issues. A middle range theory is more specific, focused and concrete (Eldridge, 2014). Watsons’s theory of human caring is a good example of a grand theory. Watson’s theory takes on a holistic approach to providing care for the patients all around wellbeing.
Comparison and Contrast: Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring and Rosemarie Parse’s Theory of Human Becoming Nursing theory, according to Florence Nightingale, helps to describe and explain what nursing is and what it is not. Nursing theory is important because it assists the profession of nursing to develop and understand nursing practice (Parker, 2006). Two nursing theorists, Jean Watson and Rosemarie Parse, share some common themes and perspectives as well as some significant differences in their theories. The purpose of this paper is to compare and contrast these two theories in order to understand these similarities and differences as well as to examine the similarities of other nursing theories to Watson and Parse’s theories.
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This means that you have an ability to organize information, make comparisons, interpret data, and give descriptions. You understand uses and implications of words, facts, and concepts. You are able to recognize, identify, discuss, and classify. The third level, applying, requires that you are able to solve problems by applying prior knowledge. You can implement what you know and combine facts to discover new ideas.
ASSIGNMENT TITLE: AN APPRAISAL OF A PIECE OF RESEARCH-BASED EVIDENCE Evidence based practice (EBP) is the term used to describe how healthcare professionals base their clinical approaches on reliable evidence, to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients. EBP encompasses significant and trustworthy research based evidence, patients own preferences to their care and the expertise of healthcare professionals involved, to determine the optimum care for the patient (Rees, 2012, p.9). It is extremely important to professional practice, as the Nursing and Midwifery Council (2010, p.6) states that nurses and midwives must: ‘deliver care based on the best available evidence…’. To find relevant evidence, a succinct question must be created using a standard framework to provide appropriate keywords for an efficient search (Davies, 2011, p.75). The topic under review is hand hygiene and face mask effectiveness in the spread of influenza-like illness.
Feasible? Were alternatives considered? • What aspect of the project involved vision, leadership, policy? • How does the project build upon knowledge, relate to theory, relate to the literature, and foster practice-related research? • Who will benefit from this work?
Evidence-Based Practice Matrix of Ten Pieces of Primary Research on One Topic Related to Nursing Authors Resource/ Database Faresj, Scandinav T., ian Arvids Journal of son, Infectious L., Diseases . Bober g, P., Hagert WGU , B., Library Gursk y, E. A., & Timpk a, T. William s, S. Elizabet h; Rothma n, Russell L.; Offit, Paul A.; Schaffn er, Academic Pediatrics CINAHL Complete Year of Publication Research Type Population/ Sample Size 2012 qualitative 90% of 430 swedish medical and nursing students during the H1N1 pandemic descriptive 2013 Quantitative Experimental (randomized control study) 369 tennessee parents of 2 week olds infants were surveyed at 2 different pediatric clinics and 122 parents were eligible to
Critique to Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing Name of Student Institution of Affiliation Critique to Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing Evidence-based Practice (EBP) is a study aimed at finding the effectiveness of the design-models put in place through the incorporation of information obtained from patients and clinicians (Levin, Fineout-Overholt, Melnyk, Barness & Vetter, 2011, p.22). EBP is important because it offers an insight into the effectiveness of the models put in place in the healthcare system, their effectiveness while at the same time reducing the costs. EBP can be thought of as a practice aimed at empowering the medical practitioners while at the same time ensuring that patients get the best health care at a reduced cost (Levin at al., 2011, p.21). EBP is a systematic research review whose impact will continue to benefit both the patients and nurses in the medical healthcare setting. According to Levin et al.