Nakamura t mamary e 2013 a qualitative

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Nakamura, T., & Mamary, E. (2013). A qualitative assessment of the My True Body bariatric surgery preparation program. American Journal of Health Education , 44(5), 278-285. 325037.2013.811363 How Does the Article Relate to the PICOT Question?
LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLE 4 Quantitative, Qualitative (How do you know?)
Purpose Statement
Research Question How does the cognitive behavioral therapy effective in morbidity obese candidates for bariatric surgery with and without binge eating disorder? What are key components in the human body are used to measure the true body weight?
Setting (Where
did the study take place?) Sample The study included 110 obese participants (77 females, 33 males) Had 10 female participants Method prospective observational study design was utilized Utilized interview via phone Key Findings of the Study Reduce psychological problem before surgery Robust outcome in weight loss after the surgical has been conducted. Improves the understanding of the participants such that nutritional, psychosocial and preparation for surgery was positive. Recommendatio ns of the More research is needed on the long term impacts of the research. Research recommends CBT for obese patients The researcher recommends qualitative assessment of the patients before any bariatric surgery is conducted.
LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLE 5 Researcher before and after surgery
LITERATURE EVALUATION TABLE 6 Criteria Article 3 Article 4 APA-Formatted Article Citation Permalink: Paul, L., van Rongen, S., van Hoeken, D., Deen, M., Klaassen, R., Biter, L. U., ... & van der Heiden, C. (2015). Does cognitive behavioral therapy strengthen the effect of bariatric surgery for obesity? Design and methods of a randomized and controlled study. Contemporary clinical trials , 42 , 252-256.

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