1. New practice approaches
  2. Interprofessional collaboration
  3. Health care delivery and clinical systems
  4. Ethical considerations in health care
  5. Practices of culturally sensitive care

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Makoya Suomie

PICOT Question Paper

Summary

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Community Education Intervention

Diabetes is prevalent in the United States, affecting more than 37.3 million Americans.

The disease involves a metabolic disorder that happens because of elevated levels of bloodstream

Community Education Intervention

Student’s Name

Grand Canyon University

NRS-493-0505

DR. Vernon Thacker

3/28/22

glucose (Rooney et al., 2021). Without programs to encourage the population to adopt healthy

lifestyles, the population continues to be at an increased likelihood of developing associated

chronic diseases. According to Echouffo-Tcheugui & Selvin (2021), community health education

is key to promoting the population’s knowledge of healthy food and behaviors, like engaging in

physical activity and weight management, which can reverse diabetes). When poorly managed,

diabetes results in serious health outcomes, causing a broad range of body tissue and organs

damages, including kidneys, heart, nerves, and eyes. According to Moonesinghe et al. (2018),

risk factors for diabetes include overweight, large waist size, unhealthy diets, 45 years and

above, inactivity, ethnicity and gestational diabetes, smoking, and obstructive sleep apnea. The

community teaching project is important because, despite the high prevalence of diabetes among

Americans, most of them there are unaware that they live with the condition.

Evidence-based solution

The evidence-based intervention for diabetes conditions is implementing community

health education on diabetes prevention and management strategies. The program will help

reverse diabetes and prevent the associated complications like kidney, heart, nerves, and eyes

complications. The community program aims at increasing awareness of the important measures

for reversing diabetes (Andes et al., 2020).

Nursing Intervention

People living with diabetes require a high level of awareness of diabetes and the available

lifestyle strategies to manage and reverse the disease. Community teaching intervention on the

disease is an effective program to improve the population’s awareness of the healthy behaviors

and lifestyles to adopt for improved life quality. Andes et al. (2020) establishes community

education as effective in encouraging diabetic patients to eat healthy diets, engage in regular

physical activity, lose e

DQ2
Patrick Queisner

Research is an essential component of advancing the care provided within the profession.  Research helps to advance the profession and can be grouped into either qualitative or quantitative research. Although the methods are very different, they both play an important role in contributing to the validity of studies. Qualitative data is an interesting component of research as it is the research of words, emotions, meaning, experience, and theory (Vinson, 2020).  This allows for the researcher to look at perceptions, values, and opinions.  However, subjective data can provide vast amounts of information to that the researcher may need to decipher to answer their specific researcher question.  This may become somewhat overwhelming and take valuable time during the research process. This speaks to the importance of the nurse researcher taking steps to manage the amount of information that is obtained through the course of the study. 

In contrast, quantitative research uses the research to show change, correlation, and effect with the use of numerical data and statistical analysis (Vinson, 2020). Numerical data can be beneficial the researcher to identify changes within the study. This allows quantitative studies to have a smaller sample size than is required for a quantitative study to yield statistical probability. This can be beneficial for the researcher as research quantitative data may present. Regardless of the approach the nurse researcher, the ability to manage the data to be collected in a manner that provides usable data is an important to the success of the study. 

References

Vinson, J. (2019). Be the Change: Understanding Quantitative, Qualitative, & Mixed Methods in Holistic Nursing Research. Beginnings39(5), 14–16.

DQ2

Virginia Gallardo

With a vast amount of research available, it can be quite a challenge for the nursing community to evaluate evidence. Some studies can be prone to bias. However, one method of evaluating evidence is by using the nursing research pyramid. This hierarchy of evidence provides a visual and systematic depiction of forms of research; those that are the least reliable will be at the bottom of the pyramid, while those that are more reliable are at the top (Ingham-Broomfield, 2016). Those at the top of the pyramid are systematic reviews. This is considered the most reliable source of evidence because the likelihood of bias is minimal. Thus, if nurses would like to incorporate changes into their practice based on findings from these studies, they are more likely to produce the same effects. Meta-analyses are also at the top of the pyramid because it is a pooled analysis of several randomized controlled trials (Ingham-Broomfield, 2016). The least reliable evidence can be found at the bottom of the pyramid, and this includes ideas and opinions. Nurses can use this py

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PICOT Question Paper

Summary

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Community Education Intervention

Diabetes is prevalent in the United States, affecting more than 37.3 million Americans.

The disease involves a metabolic disorder that happens because of elevated levels of bloodstream

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Community Education Intervention

Student’s Name

Grand Caynon Unversity

NRS-493-0505

DR. Vernon Thacker

4/1/22

glucose (Rooney et al., 2021). Without programs to encourage the population to adopt healthy

lifestyles, the population continues to be at an increased likelihood of developing associated

chronic diseases. According to Echouffo-Tcheugui & Selvin (2021), community health education

is key to promoting the population’s knowledge of healthy food and behaviors, like engaging in

physical activity and weight management, which can reverse diabetes). When poorly managed,

diabetes results in serious health outcomes, causing a broad range of body tissue and organs

damages, including kidneys, heart, nerves, and eyes. According to Moonesinghe et al. (2018),

risk factors for diabetes include overweight, large waist size, unhealthy diets, 45 years and

above, inactivity, ethnicity and gestational diabetes, smoking, and obstructive sleep apnea. The

community teaching project is important because, despite the high prevalence of diabetes among

Americans, most of them there are unaware that they live with the condition.

Evidence-based solution

Community health education is an EBP intervention for preventing and reversing

diabetes in the population. The program will help reverse diabetes and prevent the associated

complications like kidney, heart, nerves, and eyes complications. The community program aims

at increasing awareness of the important measures for reversing diabetes (Andes et al., 2020).

Nursing Intervention

People living with diabetes require a high level of awareness of diabetes and the available

lifestyle strategies to manage and reverse the disease. Community teaching intervention on the

disease is an effective program to improve the population’s awareness of the healthy behaviours

and lifestyles to adopt for improved life quality. Community teaching intervention is effective in

helping diabetic patients adopt healthy diets, engage in physical exercise