Question 7 4 / 4 pts According to Groves, Gray and Burns (2015), which one of the following are considered barriers to evidence-based practice? There is a need to implement a pilot study as a part of following the Iowa model. There are adequate resources for implementation of the Evidence Based Practice by nurses. There may be inadequate research evidence to support certain nursing interventions in practice.
The potential for improved outcomes for patients, providers, and healthcare agencies. One of the barriers is that nursing lacks research evidence to support certain nursing interventions in practice. EBP requires synthesizing research evidence from RCTs, and these types of studies are limited in nursing. Question 8 4 / 4 pts According to Peterson et al (2014), what type of evidence is considered to be the strongest? Similar findings from individual replicated studies. Findings from non-experimental research. Meta-synthesis of related qualitative studies. Systematic reviews of Random Controlled Trials (RCTs). According to Peterson et al (2014), the type of evidence that is considered to be strongest is systematic reviews of RCTs. Question 9 4 / 4 pts According to Makic et al (2014), which of these is NOT a role of the nurse in the prevention of venothromboembolism (VTE)?
Providing early mobility / exercise for patient as indicated to reduce the risk of VTE. Knowing the pharmacological recommendations for VTE prophylaxis for medical and surgical patients. Ensuring that chemical and mechanical therapies are maintained to reduce the risk of VTE. Assessing all patients on admission for risk factors related to the development of VTE. According to Makic et al (2014), it is NOT a role of the nurse to know the recommendations for VTE prophylaxis for medical and surgical patients in the prevention of venothromboembolism (VTE). Incorrect Question 10 0 / 4 pts Which of the following types of studies would require the largest sample size? Phenomenological Grounded theory Ethnography Correlational
Question 11 4 / 4 pts Content validity is defined as: reviewing the inferential and demographics data of the sample. including all of the major elements relevant to the construct being measured. maintaining research controls as indicated in the study design and hypotheses. measuring stability, equivalence, and homogeneity of a questionnaire. Validity demonstrates that the measurement measures the concepts that it is suposed to measure. For example, a stress tool should measure stress and not depression to be valid. Question 12 4 / 4 pts Identify the type of sampling method used in the following example: To obtain mothers of children with cystic fibrosis, a researcher contacted one such mother who lived in her neighborhood and asked her if she knew any other mothers of children with cystic fibrosis.
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