Critical appraisal of research | NURS 5052 – Essentials of Evidence-Based Practice | Walden University
Based on your appraisal of articles(which is attached), in a 1-2-page critical appraisal, suggest a best practice that emerges from the research you reviewed.
Briefly explain the best practice, justifying your proposal with APA citations of the research (the citations in attached appraisal must be used) You can also add any others including the other references at bottom of page. Must be within last 5 years and professional references
Use APA format. All paragraphs must have 3 or more sentences.
Introductory paragraph. State the purpose of the paper in the last sentence in one concise statement and is specific to the assignment..
Critical appraisal (see following) -The responses accurately and clearly suggest a detailed best practice that is fully aligned to the research reviewed.
The responses accurately and clearly explain in detail the best practice, with sufficient justification of why this represents a best practice in the field. The responses provide a complete, detailed, and specific synthesis of resources reviewed on the best practice explained. Must have at least 4-5 references (4 are from what was reviewed
Accurate, complete, and full APA citations are provided for the research reviewed.
Conclusion –at the end of your paper before your reference page
additional references you can use
-Ferris, A., Price, A., & Harding, K. (2019). Pressure ulcers in patients receiving palliative care: A systematic review. Palliative Med, 33 (7), 770-782.
-McGinnis E, Brown S, Collier H, Faulks P, Gilberts R, Greenwood C, et al. Pressure Relieving Support SUrfaces: a Randomised Evaluation 2 (PRESSURE 2) photographic validation sub‐study: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials 2017;18(1):132
-Norman, G., Dumville, J. C., Moore, Z. E., Tanner, J., Christie, J., & Goto, S. (2016). Antibiotics and antiseptics for pressure ulcers. Cochrane Library.
-Schlüer, A. B. (2017). Pressure ulcers in maturing skin–a clinical perspective. Journal of tissue viability, 26(1), 2-5.