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Assignment: Evidence-Based Project, Part 5: Recommending an Evidence-Based Practice Change

The collection of evidence is an activity that occurs with an endgame in mind. For example, law enforcement professionals collect evidence to support a decision to charge those accused of criminal activity. Similarly, evidence-based healthcare practitioners collect evidence to support decisions in pursuit of specific healthcare outcomes.

In this Assignment, you will identify an issue or opportunity for change within your healthcare organization and propose an idea for a change in practice supported by an EBP approach.

To Prepare:

  • Reflect on the four peer-reviewed articles you critically appraised in Module 4.
  • Reflect on your current healthcare organization and think about potential opportunities for evidence-based change.

The Assignment: (Evidence-Based Project)

Part 5: Recommending an Evidence-Based Practice Change

Create an 8- to 9-slide PowerPoint presentation in which you do the following:

  • Briefly describe your healthcare organization, including its culture and readiness for change. (You may opt to keep various elements of this anonymous, such as your company name.)
  • Describe the current problem or opportunity for change. Include in this description the circumstances surrounding the need for change, the scope of the issue, the stakeholders involved, and the risks associated with change implementation in general.
  • Propose an evidence-based idea for a change in practice using an EBP approach to decision making. Note that you may find further research needs to be conducted if sufficient evidence is not discovered.
  • Describe your plan for knowledge transfer of this change, including knowledge creation, dissemination, and organizational adoption and implementation.
  • Describe the measurable outcomes you hope to achieve with the implementation of this evidence-based change.
  • Be sure to provide APA citations of the supporting evidence-based peer reviewed articles you selected to support your thinking.
  • Add a lessons learned section that includes the following:
    • A summary of the critical appraisal of the peer-reviewed articles you previously submitted
    • An explanation about what you learned from completing the evaluation table (1 slide)
    • An explanation about what you learned from completing the levels of evidence table (1 slide)
    • An explanation about what you learned from completing the outcomes synthesis table (1 slide)

September 1, 2019

Essentials of Evidence-Based Practice

Assignment: Evidence-Based Practice and the Quadruple Aim

Evidence-based practice (EBP) is defined as the integration of clinical expertise,

patient values and the best research evidence into the decision-making process for patient care. Evidence-based practice strategies allow nurses and other health care providers to translate research findings into clinical practice. With efficient literature-searching skills and the application of formal rules of evidence in evaluating research findings, providers can apply existing scientific knowledge in their clinical practice for each individual patient.

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement stated they should target the triple aim in health care: improving the patient experience, improving population health outcomes and decreasing health care costs. Some years after the triple aim goal came out, a fourth aim was added, which was to improve the work life of clinicians and their well-being. Evidence-based practice is the secret that enables us to reach that quadruple aim.

Patient experience, population health, costs, and work life of healthcare providers are the four components and elements of the quadruple aim. Each component is extremely important and plays a unique role. As evidence-based practice has already been focused on patient outcomes, experience, population health and costs, the only component that has not been brought to light is the fourth and final component on the quadruple aim, the work life of health care providers.

Work life of the health care providers then came into play. The costs of burnout are widely under-recognized. Health professional burnout poses a significant threat to the clinical, financial and reputational success of an institution. But burnout can be prevented with intentional organizational initiatives. The return on investment for organizations that address burnout can be substantial. This is mainly why the fourth and final component of the quadruple aim was imperatively added and is now part of evidence-based practice.

References

Flanagan, N. (2018). The Quadruple Aim: Improving Working Conditions for Health Care Providers. Caring for the Ages, 19(1), 10–11. doi: 10.1016/j.carage.2017.12.010

Rathert, C., Williams, E. S., & Linhart, H. (2018). Evidence for the Quadruple Aim. Medical Care, 56(12), 976–984. doi: 10.1097/mlr.0000000000000999

(2019). What is Evidence-Based Practice? doi: 10.4135/9781526492289

Evidence-Based
Mental Health Counseling

Walden University

Nurs 6052: Essentials of Evidence-based Practice

Assignment: Evidence-based Project

Part 1

9/14/19

Clinical Issue of Interest

The clinical issue of interest is mental health counseling. A significant part of the population is suffering from mental illnesses and the counseling is critical to ensuring the best practices are involved in trying to care for individuals with mental issue. The field also focuses on ensuring the best interventions are adopted to ensure mental health issues are addressed efficiently.

Use of Keywords in Search for Articles

In searching for peer-reviewed articles in various libraries, it was critical to identify a keyword that could be used to search for related articles. The search was conducted using “mental health counseling” as the keyword. The use of a targeted keyword helped identify articles that were related to the topic.

Research Databases

The following research databases were used in the search using the identified keyword.

Sage Journals.

Science Direct.

Taylor and Francis Online.

Need for Research Databases in Search for Peer-Reviewed Articles

The search for peer-reviewed articles needs to be conducted using particular libraries that offer reputable articles. In trying to identify the best library to use, one has to focus on aspects such as the area of interest and the particular library databases that might provide the best articles.

References

Dieser, R., Christenson, J., & Davis-Gage, D. (2014). Integrating flow theory and the serious leisure perspective into mental health counseling. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 28(1), 97-111. doi: 10.1080/09515070.2014.944883

Kim, E., Furlong, M., Dowdy, E., & Felix, E. (2014). Exploring the Relative Contributions of the Strength and Distress Components of Dual-Factor Complete Mental Health Screening. Canadian Journal Of School Psychology, 29(2), 127-140. doi: 10.1177/0829573514529567

Laux, J., Calmes, S., Moe, J., Dupuy, P., Cox, J., & Ventura, L. et al. (2018). The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Needs of Mothers in the Criminal Justice System. The Family Journal, 19(3), 291-298. doi: 10.1177/1066480711405823

Rückert, H. (2015). Students׳ mental health and psychological counselling in Europe. Mental Health & Prevention, 3(1-2), 34-40. doi: 10.1016/j.mhp.2015.04

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Assignment: Evidence-based Project (Part 2)

9/14/19

Matrix Worksheet Template

Use this document to complete Part 2 of the Module 2 Assessment,
Evidence-Based Project, and Part 1: An Introduction to Clinical Inquiry and Part 2: Research Methodologies

Full
citation
of selected article

Article #1

Article #2

Article #3

Article #4

Kim, E., Furlong, M., Dowdy, E., & Felix, E. (2014). Exploring the Relative Contributions of the Strength and Distress Components of Dual-Factor Complete Mental Health Screening. Canadian Journal Of School Psychology, 29(2), 127-140. DOI: 10.1177/0829573514529567

Rückert, H. (2015). Students׳ mental health and psychological counseling in Europe. Mental Health & Prevention, 3(1-2), 34-40. DOI: 10.1016/j.mhp.2015.04.006

Dieser, R., Christenson, J., & Davis-Gage, D. (2014). Integrating flow theory and the serious leisure perspective into mental health counseling. Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 28(1), 97-111. DOI: 10.1080/09515070.2014.944883

Laux, J., Calmes, S., Moe, J., Dupuy, P., Cox, J., & Ventura, L. et al. (2018). The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Needs of Mothers in the Criminal Justice System. The Family Journal, 19(3), 291-298. DOI: 10.1177/1066480711405823


Why
you chose this article and/or
how it relates
to the clinical issue of interest (include a brief
explanation of the ethics
of research related to your clinical issue of interest)

The article was considered since it is related to mental health counseling which is the clinical area of interest. The article relates to the area of interest since it focuses on mental health screening and its relationship to the dual-factor approach. The research article enriches the area under consideration by providing information on the best avenues to improve mental health outcomes.

The article was chosen since it focused on mental health and the relationship to psychological counseling among students. The article seeks to offer information on how an understanding of mental health can be applied in counseling to improve on the health outcomes.

The article focuses on mental health counseling as it relates to the serious leisure perspective and flow theory. The article relates to the clinical area of interest since it seeks to improve mental health counseling. The article acknowledges that various models have been utilized in mental health counseling and adoption of new methods is critical

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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

Full
citation
of selected article

Article #1

Article #2

Article #3

Article #4

Kim, E., Furlong, M., Dowdy, E., & Felix, E. (2014). Exploring the Relative Contributions of the Strength and Distress Components of Dual-Factor Complete Mental Health Screening. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 29(2), 127-140. DOI: 10.1177/0829573514529567

Rückert, H. (2015). Students׳ mental health and psychological counseling in Europe. Mental Health & Prevention, 3(1-2), 34-40. DOI: 10.1016/j.mhp.2015.04.006

Dieser, R., Christenson, J., & Davis-Gage, D. (2014). Integrating flow theory and the serious leisure perspective into mental health counseling. Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 28(1), 97-111. DOI: 10.1080/09515070.2014.944883

Laux, J., Calmes, S., Moe, J., Dupuy, P., Cox, J., & Ventura, L. et al. (2018). The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Needs of Mothers in the Criminal Justice System. The Family Journal, 19(3), 291-298. DOI: 10.1177/1066480711405823


Conceptual Framework

Describe the theoretical basis for the study

Universal screening for mental health has been identified as one of the effective methods of identifying and preventing students from emotional-behavioral disorders. During the screening process, clinicians employ a dual-factor mental health approach to identify the positive traits that are essential in cultivating a burgeoning mental health. Identification of the strengths that an individual possesses helps in reducing the severity of the mental health disorders’ symptoms.

University students face numerous psychological problems which are in most cases associated with mental disorders. Changes in mood and suicide have been frequent among university students. There is need for students to be provided with psychological assistance to deal with mental illnesses. It is important to study the common mental disorders that affect students and the counselling approaches that need to be employed.

The flow theory states that individuals can get fully engaged mentally in a physical activity such that they develop a feeling of being energized and enjoy every moment in the course of an activity. Serious leisure perspective on the other hand involve a systematic approach in which individuals engage in an amateur physical activi

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Best Practice in Research

           Best practices are methods or procedures that are generally accepted in research in the delivery of appropriate findings of a study. They are applied by researchers to maintain the quality of the research. Best practices in research refer to the integrity of researchers to pursue and disseminate information while considering their moral obligations. The government stipulates what to be done and what not to; however, the operational standards of individual researchers are guided by their level of integrity (Drexl, 2010). Best practices help researchers create a good relationship with other stakeholders. Respecting intellectual property is one of the best practices that has been employed by the authors. It dictates the actions of researchers by promoting responsible behavior that abides by the standards of institutional practices, lawfulness, trustworthiness, and excellence. Respecting intellectual property as a best practice is clearly depicted in all four research articles.

Respecting Intellectual Property

           Intellectual property in research involves acknowledging the work of other researchers that have been included in a study. Researchers are prohibited from using other authors’ data without giving credit to the author of the initial research. Intellectual property relates to copyrights., patents, as well as different types of intellectual property (Harding et al., 2011). Intellectual property protects the rights of authors, and anyone who uses their information without consent is a criminal offense. It is the moral obligation of researchers to respect intellectual property and use them to acknowledge the source of information if they happen to apply the findings of previous studies in the research (McConville, 2017). Previous research formed the background of all the four research articles. The authors acknowledged the use of other researchers’ work be including citations and references. Writing other authors’ findings as their own would be unethical and a criminal offense. This is referred to as plagiarism. The use of other author’s findings is a form of data sharing, especially in peer-reviewed publications, which are generally used as a secondary source of data.

Conclusion 

           Intellectual property is a common issue in research because researchers, in most cases, compare their case studies with current findings to find gaps that need to be explored. The use of other authors’ conclusions with acknowledging is not only criminal but also immoral. Researchers should provide citations for research findings or ideas of other authors and should never

Advanced Levels of Clinical Inquiry and Systematic Reviews

Introduction

Clinical Issue

Clinical Question

Do nurses who exercise at least three days a week experience a reduction in stress and anxiety and increased productivity when compared to nurses who do not exercise?

Nurses are the largest in number in clinical settings.

Nurses play a critical role in the frontlines by providing care to the patients .

They also serve a lifeline of encouragement, information, and education of family members of patients.

As a results it is essential to keep nurses healthy in the workplace

Stress results to mental health problems that result to poor productivity, fatigue, decrease in quality of service delivery.

Stress and coping strategies affects health and work performance if nurses

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Conti’

Research on exercise and anxiety relationship indicates exercise has the potentiality to prevent anxiety and stress disorders.

Burnout syndrome among nurses results from great psychosocial problems.

Workplace physical exercise is effective in reducing stress levels.

Physical exercises performed with colleagues I at the workplace induces more psychological benefits .

Jakobsen, Sundstrup,, Brandt, & Andersen,2017 found out that nurses who performed physical exercises were less worn out when compared to those who never performed exercises.

Exercising improves psychological factors such as mood and enthusiasm and increased energy levels.

Physical exercise tend to improve depressive symptoms.

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Development of PICOT question

Evidence based practices use process of framing, locating, assessing and evaluation and repetition as required.

During my daily practice as a nurse, I heard from colleagues explaining how they feel stressed.

This resulted to burnout, absenteeism and decreased work place productivity.

As such, I was motivated and came up with the PICOT question.

Nurse Databases

I search for some words in my PICOT question in MEDLINE, PubMed ,EMBASE and CINAHL database.

I then narrowed down to key words such as exercise, nurse, stress and anxiety.

I looked for those articles that were more relevant to the PICOT question.

I also found that most articles were in favor of nurses who exercise at least three days a week.

Exercising helps in reducing stress levels and can result to increase productivity.

Articles

Jakobsen, Sundstrup,, Brandt, & Andersen,(2017) found out that nurses who performed physical exercises were less worn out when compared to those who never performed exercises.

Willis, O’Conner, Wyatt, & Heimdal,(2014) found out that increased fitnes

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Essentials of Evidence-Based Practice

October 13, 2019

Best Practice in Research

           Best practices are methods or procedures that are generally accepted in research in the delivery of appropriate findings of a study. They are applied by researchers to maintain the quality of the research. Best practices in research refer to the integrity of researchers to pursue and disseminate information while considering their moral obligations. The government stipulates what to be done and what not to; however, the operational standards of individual researchers are guided by their level of integrity (Drexl, 2010). Best practices help researchers create a good relationship with other stakeholders. Respecting intellectual property is one of the best practices that has been employed by the authors. It dictates the actions of researchers by promoting responsible behavior that abides by the standards of institutional practices, lawfulness, trustworthiness, and excellence. Respecting intellectual property as a best practice is clearly depicted in all four research articles.

Respecting Intellectual Property

           Intellectual property in research involves acknowledging the work of other researchers that have been included in a study. Researchers are prohibited from using other authors’ data without giving credit to the author of the initial research. Intellectual property relates to copyrights., patents, as well as different types of intellectual property (Harding et al., 2011). Intellectual property protects the rights of authors, and anyone who uses their information without consent is a criminal offense. It is the moral obligation of researchers to respect intellectual property and use them to acknowledge the source of information if they happen to apply the findings of previous studies in the research (McConville, 2017). Previous research formed the background of all the four research articles. The authors acknowledged the use of other researchers’ work be including citations and references. Writing other authors’ findings as their own would be unethical and a criminal offense. This is referred to as plagiarism. The use of other author’s findings is a form of data sharing, especially in peer-reviewed publications, which are generally used as a secondary source of data.

Conclusion 

           Intellectual property is a common issue in research because researchers, in most cases, compare their case studies with current findings to find gaps that need to be explored. The use of other authors’ conclusions with acknowledging is not only criminal but also immoral. Researchers should provide citations for research findings or ideas of other authors and should never represent them as their own. It is a bes

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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

Full
citation
of selected article

Article #1

Article #2

Article #3

Article #4

Kim, E., Furlong, M., Dowdy, E., & Felix, E. (2014). Exploring the Relative Contributions of the Strength and Distress Components of Dual-Factor Complete Mental Health Screening. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 29(2), 127-140. DOI: 10.1177/0829573514529567

Rückert, H. (2015). Students׳ mental health and psychological counseling in Europe. Mental Health & Prevention, 3(1-2), 34-40. DOI: 10.1016/j.mhp.2015.04.006

Dieser, R., Christenson, J., & Davis-Gage, D. (2014). Integrating flow theory and the serious leisure perspective into mental health counseling. Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 28(1), 97-111. DOI: 10.1080/09515070.2014.944883

Laux, J., Calmes, S., Moe, J., Dupuy, P., Cox, J., & Ventura, L. et al. (2018). The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Needs of Mothers in the Criminal Justice System. The Family Journal, 19(3), 291-298. DOI: 10.1177/1066480711405823


Conceptual Framework

Describe the theoretical basis for the study

Universal screening for mental health has been identified as one of the effective methods of identifying and preventing students from emotional-behavioral disorders. During the screening process, clinicians employ a dual-factor mental health approach to identify the positive traits that are essential in cultivating a burgeoning mental health. Identification of the strengths that an individual possesses helps in reducing the severity of the mental health disorders’ symptoms.

University students face numerous psychological problems which are in most cases associated with mental disorders. Changes in mood and suicide have been frequent among university students. There is need for students to be provided with psychological assistance to deal with mental illnesses. It is important to study the common mental disorders that affect students and the counselling approaches that need to be employed.

The flow theory states that individuals can get fully engaged mentally in a physical activity such that they develop a feeling of being energized and enjoy every moment in the course of an activity. Serious leisure perspective on the other hand involve a systematic approach in which individuals engage in an amateur physical activi