will be summarized in comparison to what occurred previously. The pain levels shall be compared among all the interviewed patients. Summarize Results of Study The patient's pain indicated a deviation in intensity after the implementation of the protocol; this was a clear indication of its effectiveness. Summary of Assumptions
and Limitations Identify the assumptions and limitations from the article. Report other potential assumptions and limitations of your review not listed by the author. The study has assumed that every staff will give genuine feedback and that all the team will follow those protocols in handling patients with trauma. Some staff who are against the proposal may provide negative feedback based on their personal preferences. Therefore, the build-up to the plan should be more inclusive to factor in all the ideas of every stakeholder in the medicine filed. The research assumes that the immediate result of the survey may show the permanent effects of the proposed action, which is an assumption. The researcher should put strategies to aid in monitoring the effectiveness of the protocol in the future since those trauma diseases may be dynamic and come with different complications depending on the patients. The study makes references to the works of (Finn 2012), who evaluate the issue of suboptimal pain in emergency rooms. A study that focused on determining the effectiveness of a nurse-initiated protocol on pain victims. The study was only based in one hospital; this limited the research study. Ethical Considerations Evaluate the article and identify potential ethical considerations that may have occurred when sampling, collecting data, analyzing data, or publishing results. Summarize your findings below in 250-500 words. Provide rationale and support for your evaluation.
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