Picot question: in adult patients in the hospital, how does the use

PICOT QUESTION: In Adult Patients in the Hospital, How Does the Use of Sepsis Protocol Versus no Sepsis Protocol, Affects Patients in the Emergency Room and In-Patient Mortality Rate During Hospitalization References can not be older than 5 years During this unit, students will begin to develop their written assignment: Concept Analysis paper. A concept analysis is an exercise designed to help a researcher to understand and fully develop their research concepts. For the purposes of nursing, a concept might be related to health, managed care, or a variety of other topics. Common concepts analyzed in nursing are things such as pain, ischemia, mobility, trust, empowerment, family support, self-management, etc. A concept analysis is the first step in communicating meanings, understandings, and feelings. The concept selected to be analyzed should relate to the nursing metaparadigm. The concept should also be one used in the student′s EBP PICOT question (from previous coursework). In this unit’s readings and discussion, you and your classmates examine analysis methods and discuss strategies for approaching concept analysis. Now you will put one or more of these strategies into practice. This assignment is intended to allow the student to show evidence of achieving desired learning outcomes (CLO #3, #4, ILO #7 & PLO #7). To do this, read this unit’s Learning Resources, decide on your concept and provide a written concept analysis paper based on one of the methods described in the literature. Refer to the Concept Analysis: Paper Assignment Guidelines, paper template and Assignment Rubric provided. The purpose of the assignment is to provide a conceptual analysis on an empirical concept. This assignment is intended to allow you to show evidence of achievement of: CLO 3: Critically appraise the values, beliefs, constructs and concepts that influence nursing theory. CLO 5 Integrate specific nursing and scientific theories, concepts and models into the design of a project addressing a current issue within a specialization of practice, education, administration or informatics. Requirements This 10-12 page scholarly paper is due by the date and time posted in the course calendar, according to the student’s time zone. Graduate level- scholarly writing is expected. The following rubric will be used to score this assignment. Exceeds Expectations Meets expectations Nearly meets expectations Does not meet expectation Introduction (20) Points: 20 (6.66666%) The introduction clearly and concisely states the paper’s purpose in a single sentence that is engaging and thought-provoking. Discusses the rationale for selection of the concept for analysis. Provides an overview of the paper. The introduction clearly states and describes the main topic and previews the structure and content of the paper. Points: 18 (6.00%) The introduction states the paper’s purpose in a single sentence but it fails to be engaging. The introduction states the main topic but does not adequately preview the structure of the paper. Points: 15 (5.00%) The introduction does state the paper’s purpose but it is convoluted and not engaging. The introduction does not clearly state the topic or preview the structure and content of the paper. Points: 0 (0.00%) Incomplete or unfocused purpose statement. There is no clear introduction of main topic and/or the structure of the paper is missing. Review of Literature (40) Points: 40 (13.33333%) Provides a synthesis of the breadth & depth of the review of the literature to include: Different uses of the concept from 2 different discipline areas of the literature. At least 4 different sources are reviewed for each discipline (for a total of at least 8 sources). Provides a comprehensive, logical analysis of ROL. The reader can follow the writer’s train of thought. There is evidence the writer has analyzed the source. The terms: antecedents, criteria, and consequences are logically based and flow out of the literature review. Compares and contrasts the antecedents, criteria, and consequences you considered from each discipline. Points: 36 (12.00%) Provides a synthesis of the breadth & depth of the review of the literature to include: Different uses of the concept from 2 different discipline areas of the literature. At least 3 different sources are reviewed for each discipline (for a total of at least 6 sources). Provides a good analysis of ROL. The reader can follow the writer’s train of thought. There is evidence the writer has analyzed the source. The terms: antecedents, criteria, and consequences are logically based and flow out of the literature review. Provides a rationale for considering each antecedents, criteria, and consequences you considered from each discipline. Points: 32 (10.66666%) Provides a basic review of the literature on each concept. Defines each use of the concept from a minimum of two different disciplines. At least 2 different sources are reviewed for each discipline (for a total of at least 4 sources). Provides a basic analysis of ROL. The reader can follow the writer’s train of thought. There is evidence the writer has analyzed the source. The terms: antecedents, criteria, and consequences flow out of the literature review. Provides a rationale for considering each antecedents, criteria, and consequences you considered from each discipline. Points: 0 (0.00%) Provides a basic review of the literature on each concept. Defines each use of the concept from a minimum of two different disciplines. At least 1 different sources are reviewed for each discipline (for a total of at least 2 sources). Provides a summary ROL, but does not analyze. The reader can follow the writer’s train of thought. There was no evidence the writer analyzed the source. The terms antecedents, criteria, and consequences flow out of the literature review. Rationale for considering each antecedents, criteria, and consequences you considered from each discipline were not provided. Antecedents, Criteria, and Consequences (50) Points: 50 (16.66666%) Provide a table with condensed lists of antecedents, criteria, and consequences. The concept is not used in adjective form. Each category (antecedents, criteria, and consequences) has 2 or more words or phrases, but no more than 6. Greater than 6 words should be synthesized into a more abstract term.) The list is logical and clearly reflects the references reviewed Points: 40 (13.33333%) Provide a table with condensed lists of antecedents, criteria, and consequences. The concept is not used in adjective form. Each category (antecedents, criteria, and consequences) has 2 or more words or phrases, but some contain more than 6 indicating further delineation required. The list is logical and clearly reflects the references reviewed Points: 30 (10.00%) Provide a table with lists of antecedents, criteria and consequences, but some overlapping evident. The concept is not used in adjective form. Each category (antecedents, criteria, and consequences) has 2 or more words or phrases, but most contain more than 6 indicating further delineation required. The list reflects the references reviewed, but lacks condensing in some areas resulting in some overlapping concepts. Points: 0 (0.00%) Provide a table with lists of antecedents, criteria and consequences, but some overlapping evident. The concept is used in both the noun and adjective form. Each category (antecedents, criteria, and consequences) contains more than 6 words or phrases indicating further delineation required. The list reflects the references reviewed, but lacks condensing in most areas resulting in major overlapping of most concepts. Rationale for Selection (50) Points: 50 (16.66666%) Provides a rationale for the selection of these antecedents, criteria, and consequences. This discussion should include the rationale for excluding any of the characteristics identified in the literature review. You need to explain any characteristics you synthesized into a more abstract term. The rationale reflects an indepth analysis and synthesis of the information found during the review. Points: 40 (13.33333%) Provides a rationale for the selection of these antecedents, criteria, and consequences. This discussion should include the rationale for excluding any of the characteristics identified in the literature review. The rationale reflects a good analysis and synthesis of the information found during the review. Points: 30 (10.00%) Provides a rationale for the selection of most antecedents, criteria, and consequences, but does not address exclusion of any of the characteristics identified in the literature review. The rationale reflects superficial analysis of the information found during the review Points: 0 (0.00%) Provides a rationale for the selection of some antecedents, criteria, and consequences, but does not address exclusion of any of the characteristics identified in the literature review. The rationale reflects a failure to analyze the information found during the review Above is theory part done separate 8-12 pages  

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