I NEED FIX SOMES RECOMMENDATIONS THAT THE PROFESSOR MAKE ME:

1-  Please go through the material in the Prepare & Explore modules of this week’s information. Finally, please read the required information about Systematic Reviews & Meta Analysis in your Polit & Beck textbook. I really think this will help you better understand what is needed. 

2-Once you do this, you will need to locate a Systematic Review study that is associated with the National Health Topic/Problem you chose during Week 1(My practice problem is Obesity in Children from 0-5 years).

3-Only one article of this study type is needed.

These are the orientation for this homework. 

Please do this part first:

Select one of the eight practice problems that burden the overall health of the United States. Conduct a library search for one systematic review (without meta-analysis; with meta-analysis; meta-synthesis) addressing this problem. Appraise the systematic review using the Johns Hopkins Research Evidence Appraisal Tool. My practice problem is Obesity in Children from 0-5 years. 

Please Answer each questions separated and use at least 3 sources no later than 5 years

Analyze the evidence summary of the selected quantitative research study to address the following.

1-Does the research design answer the research question? Explain your rationale.

2-Were the study sample participants representative? Why or why not?

3-Compare and contrast the study limitations in this study.

4-Based on this evidence summary, would you consider this quantitative research study as support for your selected practice problem? Explain your rationale.

Second Part

After appraising and determining the Level of Evidence and Grade of Quality for your selected systematic review, summarize your findings. Transfer your findings to the ORIGINAL Johns Hopkins Individual Evidence Summary Tool. Complete each column including specific details about the systematic review.

I Attached the ORIGINAL Johns Hopkins Individual Evidence Summary Tool to complete. Please complete The first and second week with the third week IN THE ORIGINAL Johns Hopkins Individual Evidence Summary Tool to complete THAT I attached. I NEED TO FIX THE DISCUSSION BOARD TOO. PLEASE TAKE CARE ABOUT THIS HOMEWORK.

Remember I need that you send me the permalink in PDF.

Practice Question:

Date:

Article Number

Author and Date

Evidence Type

Sample, Sample Size, Setting

Findings That Help Answer the EBP Question

Observable Measures

Limitations

Evidence Level, Quality

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Attach a reference list with full citations of articles reviewed for this Practice question.

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Appendix G: Individual Evidence Summary Tool

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Directions for Use of the Individual Evidence Summary Tool

Purpose

This form is used to document the results of evidence appraisal in preparation for evidence synthesis. The form provides the EBP team with documentation of the sources of evidence used, the year the evidence was published or otherwise communicated, the information gathered from each evidence source that helps the team answer the EBP question, and the level and quality of each source of evidence.

Article Number

Assign a number to each reviewed source of evidence. This organizes the individual evidence summary and provides an easy way to reference articles.

Author and Date

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Article Number

Author and Date

Evidence Type

Sample, Sample size, setting

Findings that help in answering the EBP Questions

Observable Measures

Limitations

Evidence Level, Quality

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Ash , T., Agaronov , A., Aftosmes-Tobio, A., & Davidson, K. K. (2017). Family-based childhood obesity prevention interventions: a systematic review and quantitative content analysis. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14(1), 113. https://doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0571-2

Quantitative, that used comprehensive search strategy using PubMed, PsycIFO, and CINAHL databases.

84 sample from the underserved population and non-traditional families and as well as the racial or ethnic composition were used

Limited number of interventions targeting the diverse populations and obesity risk behaviors beyond diet and physical activity inhibited the development of the comprehensive and tailored intervention. The article is revealing the importance of family-based childhood obesity intervention that can be used to tackle the issue of obesity among children

Family-based childhood obesity prevention on the incidence of childhood obesity.

The focus was on the articles that were published over relatively narrow time-period. The researchers also failed to evaluate the effectiveness or the quality of the intervention thus limiting the potential of the review. The outcome of the study can be influenced by the number as well as the choice of the databases searched thus subjecting it to the publication bias

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Lidgate, E. D., & Lindenmeyer, A. (2018). A qualitative insight into informal childcare and childhood obesity in children aged 0–5 years in the UK. BMC Public Health, 18, 1229. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-6131-0

Qualitative study.

It involves gathering the data on human behavior to understand why and how the decision are made for example the authors performed the qualitative study with parents as well as informal carers to explore their experience in giving or receiving informal childcare for British children aged 0-5 years; the perceived reasons of the relationship between the informal childcare and the childhood obesity; and the most preferred intervention thoughts as well as the delivery approaches for the prevention of the obesity amongst children under informal care.

The targeted population are the parents and the informal caregivers. About 14 participants i.e. 7 parents and 7 informal caregivers were put through a four in-depth focus groups. The settings were in Birmingham

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Does the research design answer the research question?

The research questions of the article by Lidgate & Lindenmeyer (2018) seek to look at the experiences of the parents and the informal caregivers in receiving and providing informal childcare for the British children of ages 0-5 years; the perceptions about the relationship existing between the informal childcare and the childhood obesity; and the proposed intervention thoughts and the delivery approaches in preventing obesity amongst children who are receiving informal care (Lidgate & Lindenmeyer 2018).

Through adopting the in-depth focus groups of 14 participants, the researchers managed to offer answers to the research questions. Based on the outcome of the study, the informal carers were identified to be offering both practical and the emotional support roles for the parents. There was a perception that informal care is contributing to childhood obesity through cross generation conflicts that prevents the adoption of the healthy practices; the trade-off for the parents between the receiving childcare and the maintenance of the control; reduction of the energy capacity of the carers; and increase in the snacking. The findings is supporting the idea of and informing the development towards an information based and the cheaper intervention that is being provided through the present primary care platforms (Lidgate & Lindenmeyer 2018).

Tremblay et al. (2017) was focused on the Canadian 24-Hour movement Guidelines for the early (0-4 years) that involves the integration of the physical, sedentary, behaviors, and the sleep. This study involved a systematic review that examined the physical activity, sedentary behavior, sleep, and the combined behaviors that looks into the relationship within among the movement behaviors and several health indicators that were completed usign the Guideline Development Panel. This study method helped in the generation of the evidence-informed proposals that invlved the combinations of the light, moderate, and the vigorous-intensity physical activity, the sedentary behaviors, and the sleep among individuals from ages 1 to 4 years in the achievement of the healthy day. This guideline is offering a public health guideline where there is maximization of the health that is based on the balance of movement (Tremblay et al., 2017).

Lloyd et al., 2018 focused at establishig whether the school-based interventions for children of ages 9-10 years would help in preventive excessive weight gain after 24 months. The researchers used pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial of the Healthier Lifestyle Programme (HeLP) which is a school-based obesity prevention intervention that was performed in 32 schools found in the southwest England. This method is revealing school as the ideal location for the