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The survey was brief and asked a total of 17 questions.The survey provided participants with knowledgeon how to prevent ADRD and whom to talk to concerns.
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ReferencesAlzheimer’s disease facts and figures. (2019). Retrieved from -dementia/facts-figuresMarcum, Z. A., Hohl, S. D., Gray, S. L., Barthold, D., Crane, P. K., & Larson, E. B. (2019). Brain health and dementia prevention: A mixed-method analysis. American Journal of Health Behavior, 43, 300-310. doi.org/10.5993/AJHB.43.2.7
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Step 2: Summary of AnalysisCraft a summary (2-3 paragraph) below that includes the following:Describe your approach to identifying and analyzing peer-reviewed researchIdentify at least two strategies that you would use that you found to be effective in findingpeer-reviewed researchIdentify at least one resource you intend to use in the future to find peer-reviewed researchBy utilizing the Walden library, finding a peer-reviewed article within the Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) database for this assignment was relatively easy. The CINAHL is not the only database provided by Walden University as a search engine for peer-reviewed research. The databases are user-friendly, and peer-reviewed articles are readily accessible at the click of a button. These databases includeevery research topic related to each nursing field of study or every nursing specialization. The databases search engines and specific categories that are accessible to students to find articles and journals will be used going forward to assist with completing assignments and researching topics of interest. As future Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs, it is essential to establish a routine of finding not only peer-reviewed research, but evidence-based practice, case studies, and systemic review research materials from the resources provided by Walden University.The Walden Library databases is a resource that will be used in the future to find peer-reviewed research journals and articles.These databases allow students to search for reading material related to their field of study or course work assignments. The different databases will come in handy when having to research specific subject matter. Being able to have access to scholarly articles will allow students to focus more on the research, than trying to figure out is the source credible. Hopefully, all students will remember these valuable resources located in the Walden library.
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Week 5 | Part 5: Professional DevelopmentI have developed a curriculum vitae to capture my academic and professional accomplishments to date. I have also developed a statement identifying one or more professional development goals, and a statement proposing how I might align one or more of these professional development goals with the University’s emphasis on social change.
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