Health Sciences; Research Articles

Health Sciences.

Health Sciences
Health Sciences

Diploma in Health Sciences (Nursing)
NR2_ Research Critique Instructions 1
Research Critique Instructions (80 marks; 40%)

1) Choose 1 quantitative research article.
2) The article must address the clinical problem and provide good understanding of the topic.
3) Do not choose systematic reviews, meta-analysis or qualitative research.
4) The chosen article must be within 5 years (2012-2018).
5) Student must critically analysed the article using the sample and guidelines provided
6) Students are encouraged to view the sample critique and marking rubric prior to writing the assignment.
7) The word limit is 1350 to 1650 words. Two (2) marks will be deducted for every 100 words less or more than the word limit.
8) Please submit hard copy and Safe Assign critique submission by 5 pm, 28 May 2018.
9) 1% will be deducted per day for late submission.
10) 0 mark will be accorded if you fail to submit your assignment 5 days after deadline.

Notes:

1) Students need to include the following points in the assignment:           a. Components from the research article are to be accurately and                fully identified by student
b. Critically analyse whether the components appear to be a                            strength of the study or a possible limitation to the                                        implementation of the study’s findings, and
c. Explain for why it is a strength or a limitation.

2) Students may wish to discuss the below critique points for each of the components. Note that students may provide other relevant points.

Part 1: Article Information
Title:
  • length;
  • relevance to content;
  • clarity (if the component is described clearly)
Abstract:
  • length;
  • clarity;
  • coverage of the information about study
Part 2: Introduction to article
Rationale:
  • clarity;
  • relationship/link to research topic
Background Introduction:
  • coverage of information;
  • statistics provided to support
  • rationale
Part 3: Literature Review
Literature review:
  • logical organization;
  • conceptual or theoretical framework provided and/or discussed;
  • balance of review and critique analysis of literature
Themes:
  • clearly explained;
  • relationship and relevance to previous research

School of Health Sciences
Diploma in Health Science (Nursing)
NR2_ Research Critique Instructions 2
Research gaps: clarity; relationship/link to purpose of the study

Part 4: Designing the Research I
Hypotheses or Research questions:
  • relationship/link to research gap and purpose;
  • clarity on how IV and DV are manipulated or measured;
PICO Aim or Purpose of study:
  • clarity;
  • relationship/link to research gap;
  • relevance to nursing
Part 5: Designing the Research II
Independent and dependent variables:
  • clarity;
  • explanation on how they are related or interconnected;
  • relationship/link to hypothesis or research question
Research design:
  • appropriateness with regards to hypothesis and purpose of the study
Part 6: Methodology I
Sampling methods:
  • appropriateness for study;
  • clearly described in detail
Sample size:
  • appropriateness for study;
  • representatives of population
Inclusion and exclusion criteria:
  • clarity;
  • appropriateness for study
Part 7: Methodology II
Ethics procedure:
  • confidentiality and safety of sample participants fully described
Materials or Instrumentation:
  • validity;
  • reliability;
  • appropriateness for study
Procedure:
  • steps to be clearly described in detail, logical, and easy to follow
Part 8: Discussion
Conclusion:
  • clarity;
  • logically described;
  • significance of results;
  • relationship/link to literature review,
  • hypothesis or research question, and
  • purpose of the study;
  • generalization of results to population
Limitations:
  • clarity;
  • relationship/link to methodology;
  • suggestions raised to improve study
Implications to practice and research:
  • ease of applicability;
  • clinical significance to nursing

Endocrine Disorders;Case Study

Endocrine Disorders.

Endocrine Disorders
Endocrine Disorders

Share a case study from your clinical practice or from the literature on an Endocrine Disorders.

Discuss the psychopathology of the disorder, including the effects on the endocrine feedback system, and the role of the hypothalamic-pituitary axis.

Identify the pharmacologic agent(s) used to treat the disorder and how the pharmacologic agent(s) alters the psychopathology.

Therapeutics Across Australian Oncology

Therapeutics.

Therapeutics
Therapeutics

PowerPoint presentation on ‘Degree of Variability in Therapeutics across Australian Oncology Ambulatory Sites‘.

I require PhD PowerPoint presentation on the following topic ‘Degree of Variability in Therapeutics across Australian Oncology Ambulatory Sites’. I have uploaded the proposal with references.

If 1 page = 2 slides then I would like 6 pages= 12 slides with notes in each slide of what I’m going to say.

I have attached an example of what I need and also I need lots of schematic diagrams to put my point across.

Clinical Trials; Design Medical Device

Clinical Trials.

Clinical Trials
Clinical Trials

Our company has an innovative fluid filled incubator for preterm infants which we need to take to clinical trials.

We need individuals with experience in clinical trials who can do research and help put together the protocol for the clinical trial.

Tasks involved include:

1) Critical review of literature                                                                                         a. Organizing scientific articles in preparation for study design               b. Creating selection criteria such as list of key words for selected                publications                                                                                                                   c. Reference list of relevant research papers

2) Selection of inclusion and exclusion criteria

3) Drafting the background section for the study

4) Drafting a document examining similar products and alternate therapies

5) Critical review of risks associated with use of device

6) Developing a Statistical Analysis Plan guidance to include:                        a. Study design and objectives                                                                                    b. Trial design                                                                                                                    c. Sample size justification                                                                                          d. Selection of study endpoints                                                                                  e. Detail of statistical methods used to analyze endpoints

7) Other tasks related to drafting clinical trial protocol, setup and execution of the trial.