this assignment will be divided into 3 steps 

1-revise my paper according to my professor’s comments and the grading rubric  and then start writing to develop continue the paper.


his assignment needs two things:

First of all, rewrite research introduction, purpose, questions and aims to develop my file’s writing I will attach it below. 

Please complete the following:

1- review the item posted in the “Bloom’s Taxonomy” tab to help with the development of aims ( I will Attach the file ) 

2- review “APA” style and follow it 

3- review the item posted in the “Grading rubric” tab so that you are familiar with how your grading will be moving forward. ( I will Attach the file ) 

4- Use this previously developed capstone template to help you in revising my paper’s  formatting and with examples or “descriptions” of what each section should include RESEARCH INTRODUCTION, PURPOSE, QUESTIONS, AND AIMS. I will attach the files. 

Second, After your writing I need you to write a file that has an oral presentation about my capstone project, I want to tell my teacher about my project around a two-minute. Sharing my topic, Purpose, Research Questions and Aims. ( Simply stand in front of your peers and tell us what you will be doing for your capstone project ) 

Third, I WILL ATTACH MY FILE’S RESEARCH WRITING because this assignment is following it and for development…




Outstanding – 10

Good -8

Poor – 6



Writing addresses the topic throughout and answers the specified questions. Insightful.

Writing partially addresses the topic and attempts to answer the specified questions. Slightly relevant.

Writing does not address the topic and/or answer the specified questions. No effort.


Organization/ Structure

Excellent transition from point to point. Details are placed in a logical order and the paper has fluency.

Weak transition from point to point. Several sentences are stiff and awkward or are difficult to understand.

Confusing and unclear. Many details are not in a logical or expected order and/or many sentences are awkward, repetitive, or difficult to understand.


Accuracy and Scientific language

All facts are reported accurately. Writing is always concise and clear, using appropriate scientific terminology.

Most facts are reported accurately. Writing is sometimes concise and clear, and scientific terminology is sometimes used appropriately.

No facts are reported or most are inaccurately reported. Writing is rarely concise and clear, and/or scientific terminology is seldom used appropriately.


Use of evidence

Cited references are all from peer-reviewed publications and/or high-quality web-sites.

Examples are used to support most points.

Some of the cited references are from peer-reviewed publications and/or high-quality web-sites. Examples are used to support some points.

References are generally poor quality and/or not from peer-reviewed publications. Examples are not used to support points.



APA format

There are no errors in grammar, sentence structure, or spelling to distract the reader from the content.

APA format is used correctly for citing and listing references.

There are 1-3 errors in grammar, sentence structure, and/or spelling that distract the reader from the content.

APA format is used correctly for citing and/or listing all but 1 reference.

There are 4 or more errors in grammar, sentence structure, and/or spelling that distract the reader from the content.

There has very little or no attempt to use APA format correctly for citing



Hand hygiene in radiology department

Abdulaziz Alyami

Thomas Jefferson University

Jefferson College of Health Professions

Colleen Dempsey

8th December 2018

Hand hygiene in radiology department

Research Capstone

Systematic Review

Yes, there is a systematic review of the topic already exists. Systematic review tends to be different from a literature review as it integrates both the published and unpublished literature. Therefore, with regards to the topic, there are great insights due to the significant literature that is available and literature that is not biased. Thus, some sources will critically selectively analyze the research evidence and significantly contributes to the research topic by using profound methodologies. This means that studies have integrated both qualitative and quantitative systematic reviews concerning hand hygiene in the department of radiology and draw valid comparisons.

Topic narrow or broad

The research topic is neither too narrow nor too broad. This is because there are significant sources that can provide information with regards to the research topic. Taking a critical analysis of the research topic, it is a subtopic that is instead of settling on the Importance of hand washing in healthcare, the topic has been further broken down into something manageable. Furthermore, as much as the research topic will provide significant insights into the field of healthcare, it focuses on a specific audience, that is the Radiology department.

There is high importance when it comes to observing hand hygiene during radiology exercises since you will find that the patients may acquire contaminations during the process. Also, hand hygiene helps in disinfecting the possible infections that may have been present in the working environment as well as prevent nosocomial infections from spreading. In consideration of high tendencies of contacts between the doctors who attends to several patients may lead to spread of infections and it is important for the technologists of radiology to observe general cleaning including hand washing.

Can wearing gloves within the Radiology Department be a substitute for hand washing?

Wearing gloves also helps in reducing the spread of infections but to be more effective hand hygiene is important because you find that for the doctor or the radiology technician to wear those gloves he or she needs to tou


Full Title of Research

Author’s Name

Thomas Jefferson University

Jefferson College of Health Professions

Capstone Advisor’s Name

Date of Submission

Table of Contents


This template is a guide to writing a document in APA Style, 6th edition. It provides the necessary sections, headings, and subheadings for a systematic review, as well as the line and paragraph spacing, page breaks, page numbering, and referencing styles. It is formatted with one inch top, bottom, left, and right margins; Times New Roman font in 12 point; double-spaced; aligned flush left; and paragraphs indented 5-7 spaces. The page number appears one inch from the right edge on the first line of each page. There should be two spaces between sentences. Without changing the formatting, insert your own text into each template section. This section of the template provides an example of what an abstract would look like. An abstract is a brief (approximately 250 words) one-paragraph summary of the contents of the proposal. The abstract, typically written last, includes an overview of the proposed project’s background and review of literature, purpose, method, results, and conclusion. It is non-evaluative, that is, does not contain personal comments. It is not indented nor does it contain citations. Keywords, such as those below, are words you used to perform database searches for the proposal.

: APA style, sixth edition, publication manual

Introduction and Background

In this introductory section, write a few paragraphs that give an overview of your topic and full background information. This section should be written in a way that is comprehensible to readers without specialist knowledge of your modality. The main purpose of this section is to build a case for the need for your research project and convince readers that the problem you are addressing is significant and worthwhile. Include a summary of a search of the literature to indicate why this study was necessary and what it aimed to contribute to the field. End with a brief statement of what is being reported in the article. Support this with findings from the literature, include relevant statistics, and cite them according to APA Style, 6th ed.

All source material used in this research project must be documented in the body of the paper by citing the authors and dates of the sources. The full reference to each citation must appear on a separate reference page(s) entitled ‘References’. Reference entries are typed in hanging indent format, meaning that the first line of each reference is set flush left and subsequent lines are indented. For more information about APA Style, see the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.), the APA