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Running head: DISSERTATION DEVELOPMENT 1 Topic of Research Student Name Grand Canyon University May 19, 2021
DISSERTATION DEVELOPMENT 2 Topic of Research Chiara Bertoncello, Silvia Cocchio, Marco Fonzo, Silvia Eugenia Bennici, Francesca Russo, & Giovanni Putoto. (2020). The potential of mobile health clinics in chronic disease prevention and health promotion in universal healthcare systems. An on-field experiment. International Journal for Equity in Health , 19 (1), 1–9. The major goal of this experiment is to demonstrate how easy access to healthcare can attract underserved populations and how the Mobile health clinics initiative can be used as a complementary instrument in prevention and universal healthcare control. During the experiment, Mobile health clinics (MHCs) were used for facilitating access to healthcare services. The central focus was based on Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) – including cancer, cardiovascular diseases, chronic respiratory diseases, and diabetes. As a whole, seem to be efficient in narrowing the gap due to health inequalities originating from socioeconomic status, nationality, and gender in terms of mortality rates. Similarly, seem not to be equally effective in reducing risk factors such as the prevalence of overweight/obesity, smoking, unhealthy regime, and physical inactivity is higher in most deprived sections of the population since socioeconomic inequalities heavily affect the participation in screening operations and grant to worse outcomes. A combination of behavioral, social, demographic, and health-related factors were contrasted with the overall people in the same area. SPSS Statistics was used as a tool to realize quantitative analysis, and the test was presented to compare in terms of socio-demographic and health-related attributes.
DISSERTATION DEVELOPMENT 3 Facchinetti, G., D, A. D., Piredda, M., Petitti, T., Matarese, M., Oliveti, A., & De Marinis, M. G. (2020). Continuity of care interventions for preventing hospital readmission of older people with chronic diseases: A meta-analysis. International Journal of Nursing Studies , 101. One of the major issues that hospitals face is the readmission process after discharge, particularly in older people with multiple chronic conditions. The main purpose of this study is aiming the effectiveness of continuity of care involvements in the senior population with chronic diseases decreasing short and long-term hospital readmission after hospital discharge. During the study, the focus on the continuity of care composed of three dimensions of continuity: relational (a patient-provider relationship over time), informational (the effective transfer and use of patients’ past and current personal information), and management (consistent and timely coordination of care and services). As a part of the time framework, the effect of continuity of care interventions on readmission rate was at 1 month, from 1 to 3 months, from 3 to 6 months, and from 6 to 12 months after hospital discharge. As a statistic tool, Review

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