ALL ARTICLES MUST BE RESEARCHED ARTICLES 1) Clinical Question . Describe th


ALL ARTICLES MUST BE RESEARCHED ARTICLES
1) Clinical Question . Describe the problem. What is the focus of your group’s work?
. Explain the significance of the problem in terms of patient outcomes. 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.
. PICOT question in support of the group topic.
. State the purpose of your paper. What will your paper do or describe? This is similar to a problem statement. “The purpose of this paper is to . . .”
2) Levels of Evidence
. Identify the type of question being asked (therapy, prognosis, meaning, etc.).
. What is the best evidence to answer that question (e.g., RCT, cohort study, qualitative study, etc.)?
3) Search Strategy and conclusion
. List search terms and results.
. Databases used (start with the CU library). Link your search with the PICOT question described above.
. Refinement decisions. As you did your search, what decisions did you make in refinement to get your required articles down o a reasonable number for review? Were any limits used? If so, what?
. Identification of two (2) most relevant articles (primary sources published within the last 5 years).
4. Correct grammar and spelling. Include a title page, Use headings for each section. Clinical Question, Levels of Evidence, Search Strategy, and Conclusion Adheres to current APA formatting and guidelines. 3-4 pages in length. EXCLUDING REFERENCE AND COVER PAGE


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