nurse Incivility & Impact on Communication Breakdown( focus on effect of nurse incivility, recommended findings, solution to identified problems)

Order Description The paper will include the following. 1. Clinical question a. Description of problem b. Significance of problem c. Purpose of paper 2. Description of findings a. Summarize basics in the Matrix Table as found in Assignment Documents in e-College. b. Describe i. Concepts ii. Methods used iii. Participants iv. Instruments including reliability and validity v. Answer to “Purpose” question vi. Identify next step for group 3. Conclusion of paper 4. Format a. Correct grammar and spelling b. Use of headings for each section c. Use of APA format (sixth edition) d. Page length: three pages EVIDENCE MATRIX TABLE
Article Reference Purpose Hypothesis Study Question Variables Independent(I) Dependent(D) Study Design Sample Size and Selection Data Collection Methods Major Findings 1 (sample not a real article) Smith, Lewis (2013), What should I eat? A focus for those living with diabetes. Journal of Nursing Education, 1 (4) 111-112. How do educational support groups effect dietary modifications in patients with diabetes? D-Dietary modifications I-Education Qualitative N- 18 Convenience sample-selected from local support group in Pittsburgh, PA Focus Groups Support and education improved compliance with dietary modifications. 1 2 3 4 5 NR449 Evidence Based Practice
Required Uniform Assignment: Appraising the Evidence  PURPOSE  The purpose of this paper is to interpret the two articles identified as most important to the group topic.  COURSE OUTCOMES  This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes:   CO 2: Apply research principles to the interpretation of the content of published research studies. (POs #4  and #8)  CO 4: Evaluate published nursing research for credibility and clinical significance related to evidence- based  practice. (POs #4 and #8)    DUE DATE  Refer to the course calendar for due date information. The college’s Late Assignment policy applies to this  activity.     TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE: 150 POINTS   REQUIREMENTS  The paper will include the following.  1. Clinical question  a. Description of problem  b. Significance of problem  c. Purpose of paper  2. Description of findings  a. Summarize basics in the Matrix Table as found in Assignment Documents in  e-College.  b. Describe  i. Concepts  ii. Methods used  iii. Participants  iv. Instruments including reliability and  validity  v. Answer to “Purpose” question  vi. Identify next step for group  3. Conclusion of paper  4. Format  a. Correct grammar and spelling  b. Use of headings for each section
NR449 Evidence Based Practice NR449 RUA Appraising the Evidence for JUL16.docx                                                  Revised 06/2016 2
c. Use of APA format (sixth edition)  d. Page length: three pages  PREPARING THE PAPER  1. Please make sure you do not duplicate articles within your group.  2. Paper should include a title page and a reference page. DIRECTIONS AND ASSIGNMENT CRITERIA  Assignment  Criteria  Points  %  Description Problem  20 13% 1. Problem is described: What is the focus of your group’s work?  2. Significance of the problem is described: What health outcomes result  from your problem? Or what statistics document this is a problem?  You may find support on websites for government or professional  organizations.  3. Purpose of your paper: What will your paper do or describe? “The  purpose of this paper is to . . .”
**Please note that although most of these questions are the same as you aIDressed in paper 1, the purpose of this paper is different. You can use your work from paper 1 for items 1 and 2 above, including any suggestions for improvement provided as feedback. Item 3 above should be specific to this paper. Description of  Findings: Summary 20 13% Summarize the basics of each article in a matrix table that appears in the  appendix. Description of  Findings:  Description 60  41% Describe in the body of the paper the following.  ? What concepts have been studied?  ? What methods have been used?  ? Who are the participants or members of the samples?  ? What instruments have been used? Did the authors describe  the reliability and validity?  ? How do you answer your original “purpose of this paper”  question? Do the findings of the articles provide evidence  for your answers? If so, how? If not, what is still needed to  be able to answer your question?  ? What is needed for the next step? Identify two questions that can  helpguidethegroup’swork. Description of  Findings: Conclusion 20  13% Conclusion: Review major findings in your paper in a summary paragraph. Format  30 20% 1.  Correct grammar and spelling  2.  Use headings for each section: Problem, Synthesis of the Literature  (Concepts, Methods, Participants, Instruments, Implications for  Future Work), Conclusion.  3.  APA format (sixth ed.): Appendices follow references.  4.  Paper length: Three pages Total   150  100% NR449 Evidence Based Practice NR449 RUA Appraising the Evidence for JUL16.docx                                                  Revised 06/20163
GRADING RUBRIC Assignment  Criteria Outstanding or Highest  Level of Performance     A (92–100%) Very Good or High Level of  Performance
B (84–91%) Competent or Satisfactory  Level of Performance     C (76–83%) Poor, Failing or  Unsatisfactory Level of  Performance  F (0–75%)
Problem  (20 points)
Includes all elements in a  manner that is clearly  understood. • Problem description  provides focus of the  group’s work.  • Significance of the  problem is clearly stated  and supported by current  evidence.  • Purpose of paper is clearly  stated.    19–20 points Missing only one element  OR  One element is not presented  clearly  • Problem description  provides focus of the  group’s work.  • Significance of the problem is  clearly stated and supported  by current evidence.  • Purpose of paper is clearly stated.    17–18 points Missing two elements  OR  One element is not presented  clearly  • Problem description  provides focus of the  group’s work.  • Significance of the problem is  clearly stated and supported  by current evidence.  • Purpose of paper is clearly stated.    16 points Missing two or more elements  AND/OR  One or more elements are not  presented clearly  • Problem description  provides focus of the  group’s work.  • Significance of the problem is  clearly stated and supported  by current evidence.  • Purpose of paper is clearly stated.    0-15 points
Description of  Findings:  Summary  (20 points)
Summary omits no  more than one required  item from the Evidence  Matrix Table.
19–20 points Summary omits two or three  required items from the  Evidence Matrix Table.
17–18 points Summary omits four required  items from the Evidence  Matrix Table.
16 points Summary omits five or more  required items from the  Evidence Matrix Table.
0–15  points
Description  of Findings:  Description  (60 points)
Description includes ALL  elements.
• What concepts  have been studied?  • What methods  have been used? Description missing no more  than one element.
• What concepts have  been studied?  • What methods have  been used? Description missing no more  than two elements.
• What concepts have  been studied?  • What methods have  been used? Description missing three  or more elements.
• What concepts have  been studied?  • What methods have  been used? NR449 Evidence Based Practice NR449 RUA Appraising the Evidence for JUL16.docx                                                  Revised 06/20164
• Who are the  participants or  members of the  samples?  • What instruments  have been used?  Did the authors  describe the  reliability and  validity?  • How do you answer  your original “the  purpose of this paper”  question? Do the  findings of the articles  provide evidence for  your answers? If so,  how? If not, what is still  needed to be able to  answer your question?  • What is needed for  the next step?  Identify two  questions that can  help guide the  group’s work.
56–60 points • Who are the participants  or members of the  samples?  • What instruments have  been used? Did the authors  describe the reliability  and validity?  • How do you answer your  original “the purpose of this  paper” question? Do the  findings of the articles  provide evidence for your  answers? If so, how? If not,  what is still needed to be able  to answer your question?  • What is needed for the  next step? Identify two  questions that can help  guide the group’s work.
51–55 points • Who are the participants  or members of the  samples?  • What instruments have  been used? Did the authors  describe the reliability  and validity?  • How do you answer your  original “the purpose of this  paper” question? Do the  findings of the articles  provide evidence for your  answers? If so, how? If not,  what is still needed to be able  to answer your question?  • What is needed for the  next step? Identify two  questions that can help  guide the group’s work.
46–50 points • Who are the participants  or members of the  samples?  • What instruments have  been used? Did the authors  describe the reliability  and validity?  • How do you answer your  original “the purpose of this  paper” question? Do the  findings of the articles  provide evidence for your  answers? If so, how? If not,  what is still needed to be able  to answer your question?  • What is needed for the  next step? Identify two  questions that can help  guide the group’s work.
0–45 points
Description of  Findings:  Conclusion  (20 points)
Summary paragraph includes  ALL major findings from  article.
• Independently extracts  complex data from a  variety of quantitative  sources, presents those  data in summary form,  makes appropriate Summary paragraph omits ONE  major finding from article.
• Independently extracts complex  data from a variety of  quantitative sources, presents  those data in summary form,  makes appropriate  connections and inferences  consistent with the data, and Summary paragraph omits TWO  major findings from article.
• Independently extracts complex  data from a variety of  quantitative sources, presents  those data in summary form,  makes appropriate  connections and inferences  consistent with the data, and Summary paragraph omits THREE  or MORE major findings from  article.
• Independently extracts complex  data from a variety of  quantitative sources, presents  those data in summary form,  makes appropriate  connections and inferences NR449 Evidence Based Practice NR449 RUA Appraising the Evidence for JUL16.docx                                                  Revised 06/20165
connections and  inferences consistent  with the data, and relates  them to a larger context.  • Recognizes points of  view and value  assumptions in  formulating  interpretation of data  collected and  articulates the point of  view in a given  situation.  • Identifies  misrepresentations in the  presentation of  quantitative data and the  logical and empirical  fallacies in inferences  drawn from data. relatesthem toa larger context.  • Recognizes points of view and  value assumptions in  formulating interpretation of  data collected and articulates  the point of view in a given  situation.  • Identifies misrepresentations in  the presentation of  quantitative data and the  logical and empirical fallacies  in inferences drawn from data. relates them toa larger context.  • Recognizes points of view and  value assumptions in  formulating interpretation of  data collected and articulates  the point of view in a given  situation.  • Identifies misrepresentations in  the presentation of  quantitative data and the  logical and empirical fallacies  in inferences drawn from data. consistentwith thedata,and relates them to a larger  context.  • Recognizes points of view and  value assumptions in  formulating interpretation of  data collected and articulates  the point of view in a given  situation.  • Identifies misrepresentations in  the presentation of  quantitative data and the  logical and empirical fallacies in
Grammar, Spelling,  Mechanics, and  APA Format  (30 points)
• Length is three full pages.
• Used appropriate APA  format and is free of  errors.
• Includes ALL  headings and  subheadings as  instructed.  • Grammar, spelling, and  mechanics are free of  errors.  28–30 points • Length is no more than one  quarter page under or  over.  • Used appropriate APA  format, with one type of  error.
• Includes ALL headings  and subheadings as  instructed.  • Grammar, spelling, and  mechanics have one type  of error.  26–27 points • Length is no more than one  half page under or over.  • Used appropriate APA  format, with two types of  errors.
• Includes ALL headings  and subheadings as  instructed.  • Grammar, spelling, and  mechanics have two types  of errors.  23–25 points • Length is three quarters of  a page or more under or  over.  • Attempts made to use APA  format; three or more types  of errors are present.  • Includes ALL headings  and subheadings as  instructed.  • Grammar, spelling, and  mechanics have three or  more types of errors.  0–22 points Total Points Possible =  150 points
RUA 2: Appraising the Evidence Matrix Insert Student Name Here Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 449 – Evidence-Based Practice Marianne Bogel, PhD(c) Place due date here
RUA 2: Appraising the Evidence Matrix Type a brief introduction to your paper here. In APA, this first paragraph is always a short introduction. NOTE: The Appendix at the end of this paper template contains a Matrix table for the articles you select. To complete this assignment, fill in the Matrix Table located in Appendix A following the references section of this template. When this paper is finished, there should be 3 pages of text, excluding the title page, references, and appendices. Please delete all instructions before turning in your paper. Your assignment should be saved as lastname.firstname.RUA2.docx Clinical Question Describe the Problem Briefly describe the problem you are covering Significance of the Problem Cover this area in terms of strengths/outcomes of statistics or qualitative evidence. Purpose of Your Paper State the purpose of your paper here. Description of Findings Summarize Basics Listed in the Matrix Table The Matrix Table is located in Appendix A following the References section of this template. Describe the Following: Note. These are APA Level 3 Headings; this section is formatted as paragraphs, with the Level 3 Heading at the beginning of each paragraph. Do not alter the formatting. Delete this note before turning in the paper. Concepts. Start here Methods used. Start here Participants. Start here Instruments, including reliability and validity. Start here Answer to “Purpose” question. Start here Identify next step for group. Start here Conclusion Start here and write a brief summary conclusion of the contents presented in this paper Remember, you are not re-writing the entire paper – make this a concise summary, hitting the main points. References Insert References Here – place the cursor at the beginning of this line, and then aID your references. This section is already formatted correctly for the references. If you paste in a reference, please be mindful that this will change the formatting. References should be double-spaced, no aIDitional spacing between references, and hanging at 0.5”. Delete this note before turning in your paper. Books. See the APA Manual 6th Edition for correct formatting rules for books, including Books, Edited Books, Editions, etc. Remember, if you use a chapter in an edited book, you must properly cite this references showing both the chapter and its authors, and the book title and editors. Journal Articles: You can collect these from the DeVry Library databases and Google Scholar. Be aware that references are sometimes listed using ALL CAPS FOR TITLES. Always change these to the proper format in sentence case for APA: Sentence case for article titles. Websites: See the APA Manual 6th Edition for correct formatting rules for websites. Be sure to include the date for each website. Look at the bottom of the page – if not there, right click on the page to get the date in the area labeled “View Page Info”. If it lists the date as the date and time you accessed the page, use that date. Citing sources: See Table 6.1 Basic citation Styles, Page 177 in the APA Manual 6th Edition for examples on citing all types of references. Every idea that came from any reference must be cited. If you need more help, I am available, but do not wait until the last minute! I enjoy helping students master APA formatting, an essential skill to attaining a good grade in this course and the Capstone course where you will write a major paper in APA format. Appendix A Appraising the Evidence Matrix Article Reference Purpose Hypothesis Research Question Independent Variables (IV) Dependent Variables (DV) Study Design Sample Size and Selection Data collection methods Major Findings

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