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Which one does not belong to the steps of the Iowa model of EBP
Translation to guidelines
" listen to peoples concerns about change" is a strategy to overcome which barrier of adopting an EBP
Resistance to change
the model of diffusion of innovation includes for major concepts as follows which one is not included
A cross sectional design
Most definitions of EBP include 3 components as follows. which one is not included
which section of a research article contains a statement of the problem and a purpose statement? This section convinced is Raiders that study was worthy of being conducted
which models definition is described as "a model that provides specific strategies organization can use to improved option of evidence-based innovations"
Translational research model
Belmont report was issued in 1979 including three major principles except
which ones definition as described as "an ethical practice requiring researchers to obtain voluntary participation by explanation of possible risks and benefits"
which ones definition is described as "a type of review by an institutional review board that can occur quickly if there is minimal risk to human subjects"
there are 4 interventions for social system in the model of diffusion of innovation. which one is not included
Recruit new staff
which ones definition is described as "area of concern when there is a gap in knowledge that requires a solution"
hypothesis college students use problem focus coping strategies have better psychological well-being than those who is emotional focus coping strategies what is the independent variable in this hypothesis
Type of coping strategies
about the PICOT model which one is incorrect
Which studies will be done before testing with larger samples when new interventions are tested with a small number of subjects
in an article "is there a difference in psychological well-being between nursing students and business students?" this statement is a
Which review is "a scholarly paper that's synthesizes published studies to answer questions about phenomena of interest"
which of the following is not a primary source
Which review combines "results of studies into a measurable format and statistically estimates the effects of proposed interventions"
which is defined as "words such as and, or, and not, that specify the relationship between search items"
which search strategy is using a reference list of a journal article to identify sources of evidence
the knowledge development in a practice discipline includes 3 elements as follows. which one is not included
A concept at the abstract level is comparable to a ____ at the operational level
quantitative research typically____ theory, where as qualitative research typically ___ theory. which two words should be in the blanks spaces
We call "a set of concepts linked through propositions to explain a phenomenon" as
we call "definitions that explicitly state how the variable will be measured" as
____ means that all subjects in the sample have an equal chance of being assigned to either the treatment or the control group
____ is the degree to which one can conclude that it was the independent variable that produced the change in the dependent variable
Which quantitative research design is used to examine causality
researchers can control for ____ variables through careful selection of participants, use of consistent data collection procedures, and randomization
_____ is subjects behaviors may be affected by personal values or desires to please the experimenter
which research design generates the highest level of the evidence in quantitative research
Which following statement is not correct
Researchers use correlations to determine if there are differences between two groups
Which one is not belong to the essential components of experimental design
Quasi- experimental designs include which of the following essential component
Manipulation of the independent variable
which type of research is to link basic research to the point of care ultimately improving patient outcomes
There were 200,000 people in a city, and 400 were diagnosed with mental illness, but 199,600 were not. what was the proportion for people diagnosed with mint mental illness in this city
2 per 1,000 people
Which of the following statements is incorrect
one epidemiology assumption is "disease occurs at random"
There were 300,000 babies born in a city in 2003, and 900 babies of these babies dies before reaching there first birthday. what was the infant mortality rate in 2003 in the city
3 per 1,000 live births
____ is a measure of disease frequently and find population of specified period of time
which one is not included in the epidemiologic triangle
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