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Part II Method Health, Medicine, Nursing Research Paper (Research Paper Sample)

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Hello, I will upload the instructions for part 2 including the grading template to insure that everything is covered., the exemplar, part 1 correction and comments from the professor. The literature table that needs to be complete and the exemplar for the literature table.
N.B whichever research articles you will be using, you will need to upload the pdf with the research paper project. See uploaded instructions. Thanks

 

Clinical Problem Proposal Paper Part II: Annotated Bibliography-Literature Table

  - Instructions, Grading Template, and Rubric

 

Instructions

Please use your Literature Table as a guide to develop Part II of your Clinical Problem Project.

Part II section - page length 3 ½ - 4 ½ pages (consider 3/4 page for EACH ARTICLE = 3 ½ to 4 ½  pages – PLUS: Literature Table, Part I, APA title page and references).

 -Written in 3rd person –

Please see Clinical Problem Project Exemplar.

 

I. CONTENT                                                                                                                    

  • Part I Revisions

– Part I feedback addressed (headings and format as per PART I)

 

  • Confirmed PICO (Use heading: PICO) –

-PICO feedback addressed

-PICO Appropriately formatted –Refer to your text – (Polit & Beck, 2018, Chapter 2)

-Identify PICO components as appropriate (P) (I) (C) (O).                                                                            

-PICO addresses problem – aims to generate solutions.                                                                           -Note: Part I ends with PICO and Part II [and forward] after instructor feedback includes the revised/confirmed PICO

  • Literature Search Method (Use heading: Method) –1 paragraph-see Method Template/Exemplar

- include search engines, key words, inclusion and exclusion criteria, and yield

Method TEMPLATE: (Method [the steps] used to search the literature)                                                                                      A literature search was conducted using the databases ____,___, and ____ (i.e. CINAHL, Medline, and PubMed). Keywords were ____, ___, ___, _______, and ________. Inclusion criteria were ____. Articles were excluded if were ______ (how did you narrow to the articles chosen for review -i.e. excluded duplicate articles, lower levels of evidence, or populations not pertaining to the topic). Four articles were reviewed, (list types of studies - i.e one systematic review, one randomized controlled trial, and two cohort studies [cite articles]). See exemplar below.

 

  • Annotated Bibliography (Use heading: Annotated Bibliography) – FOUR ARTICLES - 3/4 -1 page per article

-Four Peer-Reviewed RESEARCH STUDIES (Quantitative or Qualitative)

      -Attach PDF (not link) of each article in your annotated bibliography

      -Articles MUST answer your PICO

- include authors, title, purpose, research question if included, method/design, Level of Evidence (LOE), population, sample, setting, data collection, findings (STATS or qualitative themes), limitations

 

  • Literature Table (Use heading: Literature Table)

- include authors, title, purpose, research question if included, method/design, Level of Evidence (LOE), population, sample, setting, data collection, findings (STATS or qualitative themes), limitations

 

II. REFERENCE LIST                                                                            

  • Relevance of references

 

III. FORMAT                                                                                                        

  • APA Style
  • Mechanics (grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, etc.)
  • Organization of ideas (transition of paragraphs; use of headings)  

NOTE:

  • Paper Format: APA including title page, citations and references. 
  • Title must reflect your topic (not the name of the assignment)
  • Please proofread for spelling and punctuation errors.  Read aloud to someone else, or have someone read the paper back to you to review for grammatical errors and/or sentence structure. 
  • Paper should not exceed suggested page length. (excluding Title and Reference pages).
  •  Students should retain a copy of their paper.
  • Papers will not be reviewed for corrections prior to grading by faculty. Please contact the Student Support writing lab for technical and scholarly writing assistance.

 

Please see the Grading Template & Scholarly Paper Rubric BELOW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clinical Problem Project PART II: Annotated Bibliography-Literature Table Grading Template

 

Criteria

Potential

Points

Earned

Points

Comments

Content

 

 

 

Revision PART I

 

 

 

Topic/ Stats Statement - prevalence, percentages, and/or rates      

5

 

Not submitted – unable to earn points

Significance -supported with stats

5

 

Not submitted – unable to earn points

Purpose – moves forward explores solutions to problem- nursing focused

5

 

Not submitted – unable to earn points

PICO

 

 

 

       Feedback addressed, mirrors purpose appropriate format,                    clearly identified (P)(I)(C)(O),

5

 

Please see my comments Among stoke patients (P), how effective is using Vitamin D supplement as an Adjunct Therapy with anticoagulants (I) on management of stroke (O)?

Method

 

 

 

       Includes search engines, key word, inclusion/exclusion criteria & number of article reviewed (follows template)

5

 

See comments in canvas

Annotated Bibliography

 

 

 

   Must Attach PDF (NOT Link) of each article in annotated bibliography

 – Submissions without PDFs will be considered INCOMPLETE and RETURNED with a ZERO

 – Opportunity to resubmit project with PDFs by assigned due date and graded at 75%.

 

 

 

       Four Peer-Reviewed RESEARCH STUDIES(Quantitative or Qualitative)

10

 

ONLY abstracts presented

       Articles – clearly answers  PICO- explores solutions

10

 

Articles do not address PICO – Note: a quick search revealed

several studies conducted evaluating Vit D and Stroke  

Clearly identifies authors, title, purpose, research question if included,       method/design, Level of Evidence (LOE), population, sample, setting, data collection, findings (STATS or qualitative themes), limitations

80

 

Only information from abstracts -  

Literature Table

 

 

 

Attach – includes authors, title, purpose, research question if included,       method/design, Level of Evidence (LOE), population, sample, setting, data collection, findings (STATS or qualitative themes), limitations

40

 

Numerous errors – please see comments in canvas

Citation / References

 

 

 

Resources

5

 

References Not submitted – unable to earn points

Format

 

 

 

APA style

10

 

Title page

Mechanics (written in 3rd person, grammar, sentence structure, punctuation)

10

 

 

Organization of ideas and paper flow

 (Transitions thought process in logical manner, headings, page limit)

10

 

Literature table difficult to follow

Total Score

 

200 pts

 

 

 

 

 

Please see Scholarly Paper Rubric Below

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grading Rubric for Scholarly Paper

 

Components

 

 

Level of Achievement

Poor

< 70% of points

Fair

70-80% of points

Good

80-90% of points

Excellent

90-100% of points

Conceptualization

Does not show learning;

Demonstrates weak understanding of concepts

Fair presentation of concepts; minimal use of terminology and/or models from program courses

Integrated concepts or practices; use of terminology and/or models from program courses

Integrating concepts in original and innovative way; clear use of terminology and/or models from program courses

Content &Vocabulary

Inaccurate information; main content missing

 

 

Insufficient content or explanation

 

Good explanation of concepts

Fluency, sequencing & appropriateness of terms & concepts; higher level, scholarly vocabulary

Organization

Unclear overview, few organizational cues, disorganized

Fair overview with few cues (subheadings); unclear transitions and sequencing

Clear statements, well organized, subheadings, good transitions and sequencing

Clear statements, examples, sequencing, assignment subheadings, logical; transition of paragraphs by thought and topic

Writing Mechanics

Several errors in spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and/or sentence structure shows carelessness

Fair spelling and grammar; some typographical errors

Sentence structure, grammar, and punctuation are good; some minor spelling errors; few or no grammatical errors

 Excellent sentence structure, grammar, and punctuation; no spelling errors;  errors and excellent sentence structure and fluency

Resources

No resources cited/referenced

Personal communication predominant; citations not reliable sources; cited research from secondary source

Use of peer reviewed and credible sources, easily accessible references, 4 or less sources

Predominance of sound authorities, peer reviewed, recent journals, in-text citations match references, good citations and 4+ sources

APA Style

Not in APA style

APA style, but several errors in cover page content, page enumeration, format (margins & indentation), headers, citation & reference format

APA style with few errors

APA without error

Adapted from Swenson, DX, The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth MN at http://faculty.css.edu/dswenson/web/Gradingrubrics/rubrictermpaper.html

 (Revised RAR 5-18-19)

 

 

 

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Part II
Method
A literature search was conducted using Annals of internal medicine, Clinical Nursing Studies, and Frontiers in public health. The keywords were bed alarms, falls, elderly patients, and prevention. Inclusion criteria were full-text, peer-reviewed articles, English, published 2012-2019, and prevention of falls in elderly patients. Exclusion criteria were animal studies, duplicate studies, and studies not focused on the topic. Four articles were reviewed; one systematic review, two non-experimental cohort study, and one randomized controlled trial (Mileski, M, Brooks, M., Topinka, J. B, Hamilton, G., Land, C, Mitchell, T, & McClay, R. 2019; Subermaniam, K, Welfred, R., Subramanian, P, Chinna, K, Ibrahim, F, Mohktar, M. S, & Tan, M. P. 2017; Ward-Smith, P., Barrett, L., Rayson, K., & Govro, K, 2014; Shorr, R. I., Chandler, A. M., Mion, L. C., Waters, T. M., Liu, M., Daniels, M. J., ... & Miller, S. T. 2012)
Annotated bibliography
1. Mileski, M., Brooks, M., Topinka, J. B., Hamilton, G., Land, C., Mitchell, T., ... & McClay, R. (2019, March). Alarming and/or alerting device effectiveness in reducing falls in long-term care (LTC) facilities? A systematic review. In Healthcare (Vol. 7, No. 1, p. 51). Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute.
Mileski, M., Brooks, M., Topinka, J. B., Hamilton, G., Land, C., Mitchell, T. & McClay, R. (2019) conducted a quality improvement research that involved 561 elderly patients. The purpose of the study was to review alarming and alerting devices and their potential effectiveness in reducing falls in LTC facilities. The study was qualitative and involved the systematic review of peer-reviewed articles found in indexed databases. The inclusion criteria of the peer-reviewed articles was based on English language, whether they appeared in medical journals or published by universities and colleges. Additionally, articles were only incorporated into the study if it was deemed germane by all authors.

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