RUA: Analyzing Published Research Guidelines Covid 19

RUA: Analyzing Published Research Guidelines Covid 19

RUA: Analyzing Published Research Guidelines Covid 19

RUA: Analyzing Published Research Guidelines
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeClinical Question

Required criteria 1. Describe the problem: What is the focus of your group’s work? 2. Significance of problem: What health outcomes result from your problem? Or what statistics document this is a problem? You may find support on websites for government or professional organizations. 3. Purpose of the paper: What will your paper do or describe?

30.0 pts

Highest Level of Performance

Includes 3 requirements for section.

 

30.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEvidence Matrix Table: Data Summary (Appendix A)

Required criteria Categorize items in the Matrix Table, including proper intext citations and reference list entries for each article. 1. References (recent publication within the last 5 years) 2. Purpose/Hypothesis/Study Question(s) 3. Variables: Independent (I) and Dependent (D) 4. Study Design 5. Sample Size and Selection 6. Data Collection Methods 7. Major Findings (Evidence)

60.0 pts

Highest Level of Performance

Includes 7 requirements for section.

 

60.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDescription of Findings

Required criteria Describe the data in the Matrix Table, including proper intext citations and reference list entries for each article. 1. Compare and contrast variables within each study. 2. What are the study design and procedures used in each study; qualitative, quantitative, or mixed method study, levels of confidence in each study, etc.? 3. Participant demographics and information. 4. Instruments used, including reliability and validity. 5. How do the research findings provide evidence to support your clinical problem, or what further evidence is needed to answer your question? 6. Next steps: Identify two questions that can help guide the group’s work.

60.0 pts

Highest Level of Performance

Includes 6 requirements for section.

 

60.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion

Required criteria Review major findings in a summary paragraph. 1. Evidence to address your clinical problem. 2. Make a connection back to all the included sections. 3. Wrap up the assignment and give the reader something to think about.

20.0 pts

Highest Level of Performance

Includes 3 requirements for section.

 

20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormat

Required criteria 1. Correct grammar and spelling 2. Include a title and reference page 3. Use of headings for each section: o Problem o Synthesis of the Literature Variables Methods Participants Instruments Implications for Future Work 4. Conclusion 5. Adheres to current APA formatting and guidelines 6. Includes at least two (2) scholarly, current (within 5 years) primary sources other than the textbook 7. 3-4 pages in length excluding appendices, title and reference pages

30.0 pts

Highest Level of Performance

Includes 8 requirements for section.

 

30.0 pts
Total Points: 200.0

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1. Previous work PICOT question

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Clinical Question

Patients and families that receive do not receive proper education from the healthcare team on the Covid-19 process do not verbalize understanding of the disease and fail to demonstrate safe engagement during this pandemic in the hospital stay as compared to the family that receives credible information. The focus group is the patients that are in hospitals and the family members that offer a visit to them in the hospital.

This issue is important to be addressed since it will offer more relevant information to the nursing facility and the hospital on the importance of educating patients on the following procedures regarding maintaining safety and protecting themselves from being infected with the virus. It is important to educate patients on the importance of maintaining distance, wearing masks, and sanitizing to avoid the spread of disease to other people (Tahan, 2020).

The answer to this problem could be a significant help to both the nursing facility and the patient when it comes to the prevention of the spread of this disease. This clinical question could be relevant to finding out if a patient that are educated about the disease follows instructions or have a huge probability of ignoring the information. World Healthcare organization has prepared programs all over the world that increase awareness of this disease and the appropriate ways of avoiding or preventing the spread of the disease.

The PICOT question is

“During pandemic how would patient and families receiving proper education about safe engagement, compare to a family who does not receive proper education safely engage during pandemic during the hospital length of stay?’’

P= patient and family

I= proper family and patient education

C=family who does not receive proper education

O= safe engagement during pandemic

T= During length of hospital stay

“The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the difference in outcome amid the family and patients that receive credible information about Covid-19 as compared to the outcomes of the patient that do not receive credible information.”

 

2. The article used for previous paper

Aruru, M., Truong, H. A., & Clark, S. (2020). Pharmacy emergency preparedness and response (PEPR) framework for expanding pharmacy professionals’ roles and contributions to emergency preparedness and response during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Research in Social & Administrative Pharmacy.

Driggin, E., Madhavan, M. V., Bikdeli, B., Chuich, T., Laracy, J., Biondi-Zoccai, G., … & Brodie, D. (2020). Cardiovascular considerations for patients, health care workers, and health systems during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 75(18), 2352-2371.

Tahan, H. M. (2020). Essential Case Management Practices Amidst the Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Crisis: Part 2: End-of-Life Care, Workers’ Compensation Case Management, Legal and Ethical Obligations, Remote Practice, and Resilience. Professional case management.

Verhoeven, V., Tsakitzidis, G., Philips, H., & Van Royen, P. (2020). Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the core functions of primary care: will the cure be worse than the disease? A qualitative interview study in Flemish GPs. BMJ Open, 10(6), e039674. RUA: Analyzing Published Research Guidelines Covid 19

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