Describe the Significance of the Practice Problem at the National Level (1 paragraph)

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Jan 15, 2022

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Purpose
The purpose of this assignment is to document sources of research evidence that support the evidence-based intervention for the selected practice problem, including the level and quality of each source of research evidence. A synthesis of the evidence is conducted to determine the overall strength and quality of the evidence. The development of an evidence table and synthesis are foundational to inform actions and decisions to improve healthcare outcomes. Construction of an evidence table and synthesis supports the professional formation of the DNP-prepared nurse.
Course Outcomes
This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcome.
3: Develop strategies to lead project planning, implementation, management, and evaluation to promote high-value healthcare.
Submit your assignment by 11:59 p.m. MT Saturday at the end of Week
Instructions
Download the Johns Hopkins Research Evidence Appraisal Tool (Links to an external site.) and the Johns Hopkins Individual Evidence Summary Tool (Links to an external site.)
As you incorporate published research study findings into your own writing, you aim for synthesis of the material. Before learning how to write a synthesis, it is important to define this term. At its most basic level, a synthesis involves combining two or more summaries. Synthesis writing is more difficult than it might first appear because this combining must be done in a meaningful way.
A synthesis requires critical reading and thinking in order to compare different material, highlighting similarities, differences, and connections. When a practice scholar synthesizes successfully, they present new ideas based on interpretations of published research evidence. Conceptually, it can be helpful to think about synthesis existing at both the local (or paragraph) level and the global (or paper) level.
Synthesis is all about collecting information from different sources and putting it together as one content.
Follow these guidelines when completing each component of this assignment
Title Page
Introduce the Practice Problem
Practice Problem Statement
Describe the Significance of the Practice Problem at the National Level (1 paragraph)
Synthesis of Evidence to Support the Evidence-Based Intervention for the Selected Practice Problem. Include 4 Current LEVEL I, II, or III Peer-Reviewed Primary Research Studies and/or Systematic Reviews. May reuse research studies from previous courses.
Synthesis of the Literature (2 paragraphs)
Main Points/Salient Themes That Emerge from the Sources (Cited)
Compare and Contrast Main Points /Themes from All Sources (Cited)
Support for Evidence-Based Intervention (1 paragraph)
Objective Rationale for the Intervention Based on the Literature
Summary Table of Evidence to Address the Evidence-Based Intervention for the Selected Practice Problem Using the Joh
ns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice Evidence Summary Tool. Include as an appendix.
Reference Page with Complete References for the 3 Sources of Research Evidence, Including the Permalink
APA Formatting/ References
APA Standards for Scholarly Papers
Level I Headings are included

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