The focus of Week 1 has been on the theory-practice-research cycle, quantitative and qualitative research, the levels-of-evidence pyramid and the analysis question.
Quantitative Analysis Question
Write a quantitative analysis catechism application the PICO(T) archetypal about a bloom or assurance affair empiric in the Ironridge or Summerville communities. Conduct a chase of the abstruse for the quantitative analysis question.
Describe the abstruse chase strategies (search terms, databases, filters, chase results).
How many randomized, controlled trials (RCTs) did you acquisition compared to alternative types of studies? What level of affirmation does an RCT represent? Provide a brief, two to three sentence, arbitrary of one quantitative analysis study. Qualitative Analysis Question Using the aforementioned issue, how would you address a qualitative research catechism application the P (population), I (abstract concept) from the PICO(T) model. What qualitative analysis adjustment (Phenomenology, Grounded Theory, Ethnography) would you select? The abstruse abstraction and analysis adjustment charge abutment anniversary other.
Cite at least ONE SCHOLARLY research advertence to abutment your statements in your antecedent post and at least ONE SCHOLARLY research reference in your response/s to peers. The bookish analysis advertence claim supports the focus of this course--advanced analysis methods and evidence-based convenance and assists in extending your and your peer's analysis knowledge.
Melnyk, B. M., & Fineout-Overholt, E. (2015). Evidence-based convenance in nursing and healthcare: A adviser to best practice (3rd ed.). Retrieved from http://bookshelf.vitalsource.com
• Chapter 1: Making the Case for Evidence-Based Convenance and Cultivating a Spirit of Inquiry
• Chapter 2: Asking Compelling Clinical Questions
• Chapter 3: Finding Relevant Affirmation to Answer Clinical Questions
• Chapter 4: Critically Appraising Ability for Clinical Decision Making
Pearce, P.F., Christian, B. J., Smith, S. L., & Vance, D. E. (2014). Analysis methods for alum students: A applied framework to adviser agents and learners. Journal of The American Association of Nurse Practitioners, 26(1), 19-31. Doi: 10.1002/232