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NUR-590 Topic 4: Data Collection and Data Analysis

NUR-590 Topic 4: Data Collection and Data Analysis

NUR-590 Topic 4: Data Collection and Data Analysis

Topic 4: Data Collection and Data Analysis

Sep 02, 2021 – Sep 08, 2021

Max Points:30

Objectives:

  1. Select a research design for the evidence-based project proposal.
  2. Select a statistical test for the evidence-based project proposal.

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Topic 4 DQ 1

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NUR-590 Topic 4: Data Collection and Data Analysis

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Assessment Description

Explain whether you would select a qualitative or quantitative design to collect data and evaluate the effectiveness of your evidence-based practice project proposal. Identify which data collection tool you would specifically use and explain why this design is best for your evidence-based practice project proposal.

 

Topic 4 DQ 2

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5

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Assessment Description

Identify which statistical test you would use in conjunction with your selected research design from DQ 1 to evaluate the outcomes for your evidence-based project proposal and explain why you selected this test. What kind of information will this test provide about your outcomes?

NUR 590 Topic 4 DQ 2 Sample Approach

In order to undertake research studies, human subjects must be protected. What techniques can be utilized to safeguard the personal rights of someone who belongs to a vulnerable group? Before implementing the data in clinical decision making for a specific patient, take into account their values as well as your own professional judgment.

Research that involves human subjects or participants raises unique and complex ethical, legal, social and political issues. Research ethics is specifically interested in the analysis of ethical issues that are raised when people are involved as participants in research. There are three objectives in research ethics. The first objective is to protect human participants. The second objective is to ensure that research is conducted in a way that serves interests of individuals, groups and/or society as a whole.

Finally, the third objective is to examine specific research activities and projects for their ethical soundness, looking at issues such as the management of risk, protection of confidentiality and the process of informed consent (Yip, Han, and Sng, 2016).

The main role of humans who participate in research is to serve as sources of data. It is the duty of the researcher to protect the life, dignity, health, integrity, privacy and the right of self-determination of their subjects, (Yip, Han, and Sng, 2016). The Belmont report, created in 1974 as a result of the National Research Act, had the task of identifying basic ethical principles that should govern the conduct of those who conduct biomedical and behavioral research that involves human subjects as week as developing guidelines that assure that these types of research are conducted in alignment with these principles,
(Health and Human Services.gov, 2016).

Patient advocacy is one of the main roles of the advanced registered nurse in conducting research. The Advanced registered nurse, whether a study coordinator, clinical trials nurse or principal investigator has a responsibility to promote ethical conduct of clinical research, (Grady & Edgerly, 2009). This includes, according to Grady & Edgerly, the understanding of what makes clinical research ethical in addition to understanding what clinical research is. This enables the advanced registered nurse to determine if action is needed to ensure that the research is being conducted and the patient is being treat in a way that the advanced registered nurses believes is right and ethical.

One method of extreme importance is that of informed consent. In the vulnerable populations it is important to make sure that the individuals participating understand what it is they are participating in. The Office for Human Research Protections lays out guidelines and expectations for the protection and welfare of all human subjects included in research projects (Office of Human Research Protections, 2018). Through this, individuals must be informed of what the research is about, what their part in the research includes, what is expected of the group conducting the research, what is expected of the individual participating, and how long the research should take. The participants are able to make an informed decision on whether to continue with the study or not be included based on all the available information.

References

  1. Grady, C., & Edgerly, M. (2009). Science, technology, and innovation: nursing responsibilities in clinical research. The Nursing clinics of North America, 44(4), 471–481. Retrieved from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cnur.2009.07.011
  2. Office for Human Research Protections. (2016, March 15). The Belmont Report. Retrieved from:https://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/regulations-and-policy/belmont-report/index.html
  3. Office of Human Research Protections (2018). Part 46-Protection of Human Subjects. Retrieved
    from”https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/retrieveECFR?
  4. Yip, C., Han, N., & Sng, B. (2016). Legal and ethical issues in research. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia, 60(9), 684–688. https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.4103/0019-5049.190627 

NUR-590 Topic 4: Data Collection and Data Analysis Week 4 Participation

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The Use of Data Collected From mHealth Apps to Inform Evidence-Based Quality Improvement: An Integrative Review

Read “The Use of Data Collected From mHealth Apps to Inform Evidence-Based Quality Improvement: An Integrative Review,” by Radbro

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Office for Human Research Protections

Explore the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) website.

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Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare: A Guide to Best Practice

Read Chapter 6 and review Chapter in Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare: A Guide to Best Practice.

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Statistics and Data Analysis

Read “Statistics and Data Analysis,” by Wienclaw, from Salem Press Encyclopedia (2019).

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Advanced Nursing Research: From Theory to Practice

Read Chapters 13-15 in Advanced Nursing Research: From Theory to Practice.

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Statistical Analysis in Nursing Research

Read “Statistical Analysis in Nursing Research,” by Rebekah and Ravindran, from Indian Journal of Continuing Nursing Educatio

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Data Collection Methods

Read “Data Collection Methods,” by Polit, from Encyclopedia of Nursing Research (2017).

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Not All Evidence Is Created Equal: Changes in Practice Require the Highest Possible Level of Statistical Testing

Read “Not All Evidence Is Created Equal: Changes in Practice Require the Highest Possible Level of Statistical Testing,” by Hunte

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