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Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 451 C APSTONE C OURSE Course Project Milestone #3: Peer Review Form Your Name: Date: Your Instructor’s Name: Purpose: To complete a peer review on another students draft for change capstone project, identifying strengths and weakness with recommendations for improvement. Directions: Complete the peer review form below with information obtained from one of your peers draft for change capstone project. Title of Peer’s Change Project: Overcoming Barriers to Safe Patient Handling Name of Peer (the student whose project you are reviewing): Lorraine Pacha Introduction of the Change Project Identify and describe the strengths of the change project. Identify and describe areas in which the plan and/or introduction can be improved. Introduction. One of the strongest points of the essay "Overcoming Barriers to Safe Patient Handling" is the care and focus with which its writer has selected the topic. The issue addressed by the essay is specifically relevant to the writer's particular hospital, and the issue is clearly defined by the essay in such a way that a specific evidence-based intervention can be developed in order to address it. According to the essay, a safe patient handling program was initiated by the hospital under consideration, but this program stalled as a result of "diminishing participation and lagging enthusiasm." The problem addressed by the writer, then, is twofold: the first pertains to actually developing evidence-based practice, and the second pertains to developing a culture in which such practice can thrive. This framing of the problem provides a cohesive and dynamic structure for the writer's essay. This said, the essay may benefit if the writer states these two components more explicitly. For example, the empirical side is implicit in the writer's reference to the "ergonomics program," and the cultural side is likewise implicit in the reference to "ownership of the program." However, perhaps the introduction should be expanded
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