Please see enclosed ( the 4 studies citation are included in the PP , also included a sample of completed critical appraisal tool ) 

Part 3A: Critical Appraisal of Research Conduct a critical appraisal of the four peer-reviewed articles you selected and analyzed by completing the Critical Appraisal Tool Worksheet Template. Be sure to include: · An Evaluation Table—EVALUATION TABLE INCLUDED _ SEE ATTACHMENTS EXAMPLE INCLUDED

Levels of Achievement:

Excellent 45 (45.00%) – 50 (50.00%)

The critical appraisal accurately and clearly provides a detailed evaluation table. The responses provide a detailed, specific, and accurate evaluation of each of the peer-reviewed articles selected.

Part 3B: Evidence-Based Best Practices Based on your appraisal, suggest a best practice that emerges from the research you reviewed. Briefly explain the best practice, justifying your proposal with APA citations of the research.–

Levels of Achievement:

Excellent 32 (32.00%) – 35 (35.00%)

The responses accurately and clearly suggest a detailed best practice that is fully aligned to the research reviewed.

The responses accurately and clearly explain in detail the best practice, with sufficient justification of why this represents a best practice in the field. The responses provide a complete, detailed, and specific synthesis of two outside resources reviewed on the best practice explained. The response fully integrates at least two outside resources and two or three course-specific resources that fully support the responses provided.

Accurate, complete, and full APA citations are provided for the research reviewed.

Good 28 (28.00%) – 31 (31.00%)

The responses accurately suggest a best practice that is adequately aligned to the research reviewed.

The responses accurately explain the best practice, with adequately justification of why this represents a best practice in the field. The responses provide an accurate synthesis of at least one outside resource reviewed on the best practice explained. The response integrates at least one outside resource and two or three course-specific resources that may support the responses provided.

Accurate and complete APA citations are provided for the research reviewed.

Fair 25 (25.00%) – 27 (27.00%)

The responses inaccurately or vaguely suggest a best practice that may be aligned to the research reviewed.

The responses inaccurately or vaguely explain the best practice, with inaccurate or vague justification for why this represents a best practice in the field. The responses provide a vague or inaccurate synthesis of outside resources reviewed on the best practice explained. The response minimally integrates resources that may support the responses provided.

Inaccurate and incomplete APA citations are provided for the research reviewed.

Poor 0 (0.00%) – 24 (24.00%)

The responses inaccurately and vaguely suggest a best practice that may be aligned to the research reviewed or are missing.

The responses inaccurately and v

Evidence-Based Project, Part 4A: Critical Appraisal of Research

Evaluation Table

Full citation
of selected
article

Article #1 Article #2 Article #3 Article #4
Hooper, C., Craig, J.,

Janvrin, D. R.,
Wetsel, M. A., &
Reimels, E. (2010).
Compassion
satisfaction, burnout,
and compassion
fatigue among
emergency nurses
compared with nurses
in other selected
inpatient specialties.
Journal of
Emergency Nursing,
36(5), 420-427.
doi:10.1016/j.jen.200
9.11.027

Hu, S. X., Luk, A. L., &
Smith, G. D.
(2015). The effects
of hazardous
working conditions
on burnout in
macau nurses.
International
Journal of Nursing
Sciences, 2(1), 86-
92.
doi:10.1016/j.ijnss.
2015.01.006

O’Mahony, N. (2011).
Nurse burnout and
the working
environment.
Emergency Nurse,
19(5), 30-37.
doi:10.7748/en2011
.09.19.5.30.c8704

Wei, R., Ji, H., Li, J., &
Zhang, L. (2017).
Active intervention
can decrease burnout
in ed nurses. Journal
of Emergency
Nursing, 43(2), 145-
149.
doi:10.1016/j.jen.201
6.07.011

Conceptual
Framework
Describe the
theoretical
basis for the
study

Exploratory Research

An explorative study was
conducted using a mixed
method approach of
qualitative and quantitative
research. The use of
qualitative data was used in
the collection of subjective

Experimental Research

Quantitative research was
conducted via a cross-
sectional questionnaire
survey that incorporated
demographic data, 22
questions with a 7-point
Likert scale, and the use of

Explanation Research

A literature review and
quantitative study was
conducted within this study
to determine the level and
relationship of burnout
experienced by emergency
nurses and the

Experimental Research

Quantitative research was
carried out in an experiment
to test whether active
intervention decreases nurse
burnout and improves work
performance.

1

or non-observational data via
a sociodemographic profile
based on the feelings of
nurses in relation to their
workload and stress.
Quantitative data was used
for this study via the
instrument of the
Professional Quality of Life:
Compassion Satisfaction and
Fatigue Subscales (ProQOL
R-IV), which is a 6-point
Likert scale.

Maslach Burnout Inventory
(MBI).

characteristics of their
work environment.

The literature review was
conducted for the authors’
purpose and convenience
of becoming more
knowledgeable on burnout,
emergency room (ER)
environments, and the
commonality between
burnout within an ER.

The study was based over a
six-month intervention
period and incorporated the
use of a baseline
questionnaire, Maslach
Burnout Inventory (MBI)
survey, the Student t test,
and the SPSS 17.0 data
analysis software.

Design/Met
hod
Describe the
des

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Evaluation Table

Use this document to complete the
evaluation table
requirement of the Module 4 Assessment, Evidence-Based Project, Part 4A: Critical Appraisal of Research

Picot Question

Introduction

  • Technology keeps advancing at a faster rate than anything else.
  • The advancements in technology have both positive and negative impact on patients.
  • Breach of patient confidential information has been made easier with advancement in technology.

(Pathak, 2019).

  • Advancement in technology has led to an increase in data breach especially in healthcare facilities like hospitals.

*

Clinical Issue

  • Patient information includes medical records which are private.
  • Breach of patient confidential information happens when their private information is disclosed to a third party.
  • The biggest confidentiality threat is hacking.
  • Patients are always leaving the personal information at the hospital.

(Hammouchi, 2019)

(McLeod, 2018).

  • The patient usually disclose their private information whenever they visit healthcare facilities.
  • This information is private and should be protected.
  • The clinical issue is breach to the confidentiality of patient information.

*

Cont’

  • The medical profession involves trust between the professionals and the patients.
  • The professionals should maintain the trust by protecting the patient’s confidentiality.

(Yeng, 2021).

Doctors and other healthcare professionals have a role in protecting the personal information of the patient.

*

Picot Question

  • Patients between the ages of 45-70 years who have signed up for the hospital’s portal are likely to lose their private information for lack of understanding of the portal compared to patients between 16-40 years of age.

Patients between the ages of 45-70 years who have signed up for the hospital’s portal are likely to lose their private information for lack of understanding of the portal compared to patients between 16-40 years of age.

*

Cont’

  • The focus was on confidentiality of patient information.
  • The patient’s do not fully comprehend how they can use the portal.
  • The lack of understanding makes them vulnerable to hackers.
  • They do not follow security protocols while using the portal.
  • The PICOT question was developed with focus on the older generation whic

Full APA formatted citation of selected article.

Article #1

Article #2

Article #3

Article #4


Evidence Level *

(I, II, or III)



Conceptual Framework

Describe the theoretical basis for the study (If there is not one mentioned in the article, say that here).**

Design/Method

Describe the design and how the study was carried out (In detail, including inclusion/exclusion criteria).

Sample/Setting

The number and characteristics of

patients, attrition rate, etc.

Major Variables Studied

List and define dependent and independent variables

Measurement

Identify primary statistics used to answer clinical questions (You need to list the actual tests done).

Data Analysis Statistical or

Qualitative findings

(You need to enter the actual numbers determined by the statistical tests or qualitative data).

Findings and Recommendations

General findings and recommendations of the research


Appraisal and Study Quality

Describe the general worth of this research to practice.

What are the strengths and limitations of study?

What are the risks associated with implementation of the suggested practices or processes detailed in the research?

What is the feasibility of use in your practice?

Key findings