NU 302 Test 3- EBP

Evidence Based Practice
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Steps in the research process1. identify an area of interest 2. formulate a research question or statement 3. review the literature 4. select a conceptual module 5. choose a research design 6. obtain IBR approval 7. collect and analyze data 8. interpret results 9. communicate findingsValidity -Instrument measures what it is supposed to measureReliability -Consistency of an instrument measurements within a population.When preparing to perform research, which would the nurse do first? A) Choose a research design B) Review the literature C) Formulate a research question D) Select a conceptual modelFormulate a research question Rationale: After identifying an area of interest, the next step would be to formulate a research question or statement. This is followed by a review of literature, selection of a conceptual model, and then selection of a research design.IBR- Institution Board of Reviewmust have an approval anytime human subjects are usedCode of Ethics for Nursesrespect and dignity for the clients*** pg. 107Valuespersonal beliefs regarding worth, truth, and behaviorsValues> Something perceived as desirable or a personally held abstract belief about the truth and worth of thoughts, objects, or behavior > Motivation to behave in certain ways > Derived from societal norms, family, and/or religious beliefs > Value system resulting from experiences with others > Function as standards that guide actions and behavior in daily situations; code of conductKey Values Influencing Client Health and Nursing Decision Making> Self determination > Right to health and well being > Right to equal access and quality of health careRespectAutonomyBeneficenceNonmaleficenceJusticeVeracityFidelityWhich ethical principle is applied when the nurse ensures the groups' involvement in decision-making? A) Beneficence B) Autonomy C) Respect D) JusticeB. Autonomy Rationale: Autonomy is applied when the nurse promotes a group's right to and involvement in decision-making. Beneficence is demonstrated when the nurse makes decisions that actively promote the community's best interests and well-being. Respect is demonstrated by acknowledging the clients as participants in shaping their own and the community's health outcomes. Justice is demonstrated when clients are treated fairly and equally.