When considering the feasibility of a studys problem and purpose Grove Gray and

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4. When considering the feasibility of a study’s problem and purpose, Grove, Gray, and Burns (2015) suggest that several areas should be evaluated, including: researcher expertise, money commitment, ethical considerations, and availability of subjects, facilities, and equipment. Which of the following statements accurately assesses the feasibility of this article? (Select all that apply)a.Funding sources for the study were clearly identified in the article.b.The author’s credentials to design and conduct research are described.c.100% of the eligible subjects contacted participated in the study.©2017 UTA School of Nursing2
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Research Article Critique, Part OnePatient perceptions of patient-empowering nurse behaviours, patient activationand functional health status, in postsurgical patients with life-threatening long-tern illness(Jerofke et al., 2014)d.Evidence of protection of the subjects’ rights was mentioned in this article. Questions 5 - 7: Review of the Literature. (For help with these questions, refer to chapters 6 & 12.)5. According to Grove, Gray, and Burns (2015), which one of the following is NOTa major purposeof the review of literature (ROL):6. Select threeMAJOR topics covered in the review of literature (ROL) from the list below:a. Based on the findings of this review of literature, patients with life threatening illnesses experiencefeelings of powerlessness following surgery.b. Various patient characteristics or illness factors may influence patients’ perceptions of patient empowering nurse behaviorsc. A descriptive correlational design was used to examine the relationship of age, years licensed, education level, certification and their perceived empowering ability as a first responder among a sample of Medical-Surgical RNs.d. Several important factors influence the experiences of nurses caring for critically ill patients, including clinical environment, professional relationships, patient assessment, nurses’ feelings, and education needs. e. Patient-empowering nursing behaviors can facilitate patients’ activation of self-management and improved outsomes. f. The researcher administered three instruments: the demographic tool, the Patient Perceptions of Patient-Empowering Nurse Behaviors Scale (PPPNBS), the SF-36, and the Patient ActivationMeasure (PAM-13).
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  • Fall '16
  • Denise Cauble
  • Nursing

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