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Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 505 ADVANCED RESEARCH METHODS – EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE Research Summary Template Quinta-Rita Tita Chamberlain College of Nursing NR505: Advanced Research Methods: Evidence-Based Practice October 6, 2019
Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 505 ADVANCED RESEARCH METHODS – EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE NR 505: Research Summary Template PICOT QUESTION: In hospitalized patients, how effective is using effective communication compared to not using good communication to improve quality care and therapeutic relationship between healthcare providers and patients during their hospital visits within six weeks. Full reference for article (APA Format) Purpose Research Method Participants Data Collection Study Findings Limitations Relevance to PICOT O’Lawrence, H., & Poyaoan-Linzaga, M. (2018). Effective communication provides early intervention among Medicare patients. International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior, 21(18), 52-61. doi:10.1108/IJOTB-03-2018-0018 To determine how early intervention such as patient education can prevent a future fall in patients who discuss their falling or balance problem with Descriptive study of secondary data set based on monitoring and measuring of the care provided and outcome survey. These measurements focuses on assessing the mental and physical health that are associated with the quality of care Medicare Advantage patients age 65 and older A random sample of 500 Medicare beneficiaries, using standardized questionnaire, survey letters, and pre- notification and reminder/thank you postcards 67.77 percent of patients who discussed their fall had at least a high school education compared with 32.23 percent who have less than a high school level education Some patients reported no falls or doctor visit during the research period which provided them with no opportunity for a provider- patient communication. Also, the older There are a lot of adverse effect related to fall especially to the elderly and early education is important in preventing falls. Therefore effective communication
Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 505 ADVANCED RESEARCH METHODS – EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE their doctors compared to those patients who did not mentioned their fall risk. received. A follow-up measurement survey is conducted again after two years the patient, the more likely they are to remember their fall history which may be problematic between healthcare providers and their patients plays an important part in reducing the risk since most falls are associated with poly-pharmacy and physical environment. Kargar Jahromi, M., & Ramezanli, S. (2014). Evaluation of barriers contributing in the demonstration of an effective nurse- patient communication in educational hospitals of Jahrom, 2014. Global Journal of Health Science, 6(6), 54–60. doi:10.5539/gjhs.v6n6p54 Evaluation of factors that may increase effective communication between the nurse and patient from cross-sectional study 100 nurses with bachelor’s degree and 100 hospitalized patients from two educational hospital Data collection included using two forms of

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