Research serves as a guide by which to study, describe, and quantify an array of social and physical phenomenon. Theory, which is best described as a set of propositions or hypotheses that specify the relationship among a subset of variables, serves as a way of offering an intellectualized general commentary on that which is observed. Using material found in Chapter 3 of this week’s required reading, describe how theory is applicable to a research study. Answer the questions:
How does theory inform a research study?
How can a generalized theory remain timely enough to be applicable to new or innovative studies?
Research, Evaluation, and Assessment while interrelated all have specific places in human services. discuss two important things about two of the aforementioned and its importance in human services work.
Prepare a digital research poster explaining your selected topic. This assignment aims to familiarize and expose you to major events affecting global economies. It provides an opportunity for you to learn to think critically by investigating an issue in which you are interested.
- Should any country be fully self-sufficient?
- Economic objectives of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030
- The effects of Coronavirus epidemic on the global economy
- How governments can build resilience to pandemics and crises
- Should the government support the STC points system (STC Pay)?
- Causes and consequences of high unemployment in Iraq
- Effects of Brexit on the UK and the EU
- The impact of the war on inflation rate in Yemen
Discuss the interrelationship among theory, practice, and research.
Please address the following questions:
What is research?
What purpose does research serve? Why do research?
How is research used in your writing?
There are no right or wrong answers. Address the questions based on your experience with research in the academic and professional contexts in which you’ve encountered it.
This week’s graded topics relate to the following Course Outcome (CO).
CO 1: Examine the sources of evidence that contribute to professional nursing practice. (PO 7)
CO 2:Apply research principles to the interpretation of the content of published research studies. (PO 4 & 8)
CO 5: Recognize the role of research findings in evidence-based practice. (PO 7 & 8)
Answer post due by Wednesday 11:59 PM MT in Week 2
Two replies to classmates and/or instructor due by Sunday 11:59 PM MT at the end of Week 2
Discussions are designed to promote dialogue between faculty and students, and students and their peers. In
Demonstrate understanding of concepts for the week
Integrate scholarly resources
Engage in meaningful dialogue with classmates
Express opinions clearly and logically, in a professional manner
Use the rubric on this page as you compose your answers.
Professional nurses rely on research findings to inform practice decisions; they use critical thinking to apply
research directly to specific patient care situations.
Think about an independent nursing practice problem you care passionately about and would be interested in
searching for evidence. The below problems should not be used:
*medical/doctor/physician problems such as medications, or medications administration or effects, diagnostics
such as EKGs, labs, cardiac catherizations.
*staffing, nurse-to-patient ratios, workforce issues are organizational/system /political/administrative/multistakeholder problems which nursing cannot solve independently.
Describe a significant nursing clinical issue, topic of interest, or practice problem that is important to you.
Describe why you chose the problem/topic.
Write your clinical question in the PICO(T) format for your nursing practice problem. *To write your clinical
question in the PICO(T) format, use the NR439_Guide for writing PICOT Questions and Examples found in
your required reading or access the following link:
NR439_Guide for writing PICOT Questions and Examples (Links to an external site.)
List each of your PICOT elements.
Share why you care about this nursing practice problem and why you believe the problem would benefit from
finding the best evidence.
Step 1 for your research paper is Finding a Topic, and it consists of four brainstorming activities. Of all of the research steps we complete, it is the most creative, so try to have some fun with it! Once you declare your topic, you are not “stuck” with it; it you want to change it, you can. We just need to get started on something.
Remember to use the Databases, CQ Researcher Online and Opposing Viewpoints in Context, to help you fine tune your research topic.
There are 4 parts to Step 1, and they are listed below:
List any 10 topics about which you are willing to research/investigate further.
Narrow your 10-item list to your 3 favorite ideas and Draw 3 clusters–1 cluster for each of your chosen topics (see the student Sample Step 1 for a sample).
From your 3 clusters, choose 1 topic and complete the “Topic Narrowing ExercisePreview the document.” (download or open the pdf, fill it out, and attach to your assignment).
Write a small paragraph (4-5 sentences) about your topic:
What is your topic?
Why did you choose this topic?
What do you already know about the topic?
What is your research question (what are you trying to prove)?
Compose and submit well-written paragraphs that contain a minimum of 200 words, which address the following:
A. Research and select an organization that effectively implement the disaster recovery and business continuity plan. Identify the list of activities involved in the process and highlight the significance of this plan to the organization.
B. Discuss the Business Impact Analysis in Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plan
Reflect on how federal law, research, and Interventions relate to early childhood exceptional education and how this knowledge can be used to improve professional practices. Develop an introduction and conclusion for the paper.
Part 1 Choose 3 research studies For each research study, include the following: A bibliographic reference in APA style. 1 paragraph summary of the study 1 paragraph describing how it fits in with your specific research focus. Address the source (quality, relevance, accuracy) and provide your response. In doing this, you should also include a statement about the PURPOSE; why do you want to cite this article? part 2 You will create a written narrative (probably 2-3 paragraphs) in which you: State an argument or observation about the research studies Discuss each research study and how it relates this argument or observation Describe how the research was conducted, participants, etc. Describe the evidence that is related to the argument or observation Use quotations sparingly Cite the source for any idea that is derived from another source. Summarize how the research studies are similar or different in how they support your argument or observation Part Part3 Organize the research that you have reviewed before and use the “Organization Matrix” linked below to begin (or continue) to organize these sources around themes. Use the Organization Matrix Template