#2 PICOT QUESTION ALREADY DONE AND ATTACHED IN FILES PLEASE DO QUESTION #1 and #3 thank you!!
Learning Goal: I’m working on a nursing question and need guidance to help me learn.
For this assignment, you will locate two research studies related to the topic and PICOT questions (will be provided). The articles must be current (within the last five years), and one article must be quantitative, and one article must be qualitative. For this assignment all articles must be related to the field of nursing.
Article choice is very important, therefore:
- Articles used for this assignment cannot be used for the other assignments. The selected articles should be original research studies. Review articles, concept analysis, meta-analysis, meta-synthesis, integrative review, and systemic review articles should not be used.
- Mixed-methods studies should not be used.
There are two parts to this assignment.
Part 1: Complete a rapid critical appraisal checklist (attached)
- Select one each: qualitative and quantitative research articles.
- Create a Rapid Critical Appraisal Checklist for the two research articles (one column per article).
- Complete with brief, concise, summarized information.
Part II: Write a summary (one- to two- pages)
- Identify differences between quantitative and qualitative designs and research methods.
- Describe the differences in your article’s quantitative and qualitative designs and methods. Carefully review the rubric before you submit. This summary is using your own words to examine the differences specifically between your articles.
- Use current APA Style for your summary paper and to cite your sources.
- Submit the checklist and summary.
You must submit the research study articles along with your assignment.
PICOT Question 1. In patients who experience cardiac arrest at 50 years or older, how do rapid response teams influence their mortality and morbidity over less than ten minutes of attack as compared to those that did not get to be attended by the team?
2. In patients who have cardiac arrest and are hospitalized, how do rapid response teams become effective as compared to outpatients?
3. In patients who have cardiac arrest and are taken care of by a nurse, how does the rapid response team become effective as compared to those that did not receive clinical care?