Ethical Issues

Describe ethical considerations and your plan to protect human rights.
Limitation of Proposed Study
Implications for Practice

Research Question
Among older adults 65 years or older (P), are the new fall prevention protocols (I), compared to the existing fall routine care (C), effective in the reduction of falls by twenty percent (O), within three months (T)?


 

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Discussion Question

For this discussion, you are asked to review the student learning outcomes for this course and discuss how you met these outcomes. The intention here is to provide you an opportunity to "reflect" on the learning achieved during this term and how you successfully met these learning outcomes. If you do not feel you successfully met the objective, discuss your plans to successfully complete the objective in the future.

Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:

Critically analyze current practice to formulate researchable problems.
Evaluate research as the basis for decision-making to improve outcomes through translation into evidence-based practice.
Synthesize an understanding of the research process through development of a proposal to address a nursing problem or focus area identified in nursing practice.
Investigate ethical issues related to the conduct of scientific research, including informed consent, data management, data analysis, and protection of human subjects.
Explore national and international initiatives and research priorities.

Research Question
Among older adults, 65 years or older (P), are the new fall prevention protocols (I), compared to the existing fall routine care (C), effective in the reduction of falls by twenty percent (O), within three months (T)?


 

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Research Question
Among older adults, 65 years or older (P), are the new fall prevention protocols (I), compared to the existing fall routine care (C), effective in the reduction of falls by twenty percent (O), within three months (T)?

Procedure section is clear, described in detail, specific, and all inclusive. Written in lay language (as documented by reading level score). Includes risks and benefits relevant to study. Address assent (if applicable).
IRB Application
1) Provide background information for the study including the objective of the proposed research, purpose, research question, hypothesis and other information deemed relevant.
2) Describe the research design of the study (i.e., state whether the study is correlational, experimental, etc. and define the variables).
3) Describe the tasks that participants will be asked to perform including a step by step description of the procedures you plan to use with your subjects. Provide the approximate duration of subject participation for each procedure/ instrument and the frequency and setting of each administration. Identify any personnel who will assist with data collection.
4) Describe the recruitment procedures. Explain who will approach potential participants and take part in the research study and what will be done to protect the individual’s privacy in this process.
5) Describe how participants will be debriefed.

1) Will data be recorded by audiotape? No 0 Yes 0
Will data be recorded by videotape? No 0 Yes 0
Will photographs be taken? No 0 Yes 0

a. How will subjects be identified in these recordings?
1) Will data be recorded by audiotape? No 0 Yes 0
Will data be recorded by videotape? No 0 Yes 0
Will photographs be taken? No 0 Yes 0

a. How will subjects be identified in these recordings?
1) Will data be recorded by audiotape? No 0 Yes 0
Will data be recorded by videotape? No 0 Yes 0
Will photographs be taken? No 0 Yes 0

a. How will subjects be identified in these recordings?
a. Explain why it is necessary to record these identifiers.
b. Describe the coding system you will use to protect against disclosure of these identifiers.
c. Describe how subject identifiers will be maintained or destroyed after the study is completed.

3) Where, how long, and in what format (such as paper, digital or electronic media, video, audio or photographic) will data be kept? In addition, describe what security provisions will be taken to protect these data (password protection, encryption, etc).

4) Will you place a copy of the consent form or other research study information in the participant’s record such as medical, personal or educational record? No 0 Yes 0

***If yes, explain why this is necessary.
***This information should be clearly explained in the consent document and/or process.
2) Describe the nature and degree of the risk or harm checked above.
3) Explain what steps will be taken to minimize risks or harms and to protect subjects’ welfare. If the research include protected populations (See Part V, Item 5 above), please identify each group and answer this question for each group.
4) Describe the anticipated benefits of this research for individual participants in each subject group. If none, state “none”.
5) Describe the anticipated benefits of this research for society, and explain how the benefits outweigh the risks.


 

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PICOT Question
Among older adults 65 years or older (P), are the new fall prevention protocols (I), compared to the existing fall routine care (C), effective in the reduction of falls by twenty percent (O), within three months (T)?

Informed Consent Letter

Procedure section is clear, described in detail, specific, and all inclusive. Written in lay language (as documented by reading level score). Includes risks and benefits relevant to study. Address assent (if applicable).
Informed Consent Letter Example
IRB Application

SELF CONSENT

I have been invited to take part in a research study titled:

This study is being conducted by , who can be contacted at:

I understand that my participation is voluntary and that I can refuse to participate or stop taking part any time without giving any reason and without facing any penalty. Additionally, I have the right to request the return, removal, or destruction of any information relating to me or my participation.

PURPOSE OF STUDY

I understand that the purpose of the study is to:

PROCEDURES

I understand that if I volunteer to take part in this study, I will be asked to:

BENEFITS

I understand that the benefits I may gain from participation include:

RISKS

I understand that the risks, discomforts, or stresses I may face during participation include:


 

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Aachen Fall Prevention Scale (AFPS) is an existing instrument. Provide Reliability and Validity scores. Reliability is obtained with CRONBACH ALPHA SCORE. What is the Reliability CRONBACH ALPHA SCORE of AFPS? Explain it. How about the validity scores of AFPS.Briefly explain it
Please refer back to order number 149883
The following table describes how various values of Cronbach’s Alpha are typically interpreted:

Cronbach’s Alpha Internal consistency
0.9 ≤ α Excellent
0.8 ≤ α < 0.9 Good
0.7 ≤ α < 0.8 Acceptable
0.6 ≤ α < 0.7 Questionable
0.5 ≤ α < 0.6 Poor
α < 0.5 Unacceptable


 

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Research Proposal Draft
Methodology

1. Data Analysis Plans
2. Describe plan for data analysis for demographic variables (descriptive statistical tests).
3. Describe plan for data analysis of study variables (descriptive and inferential statistical tests)

Research Question
Among older adults, 65 years or older (P), are the new fall prevention protocols (I), compared to the existing fall routine care (C), effective in the reduction of falls by twenty percent (O), within three months (T)?


 

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Discussion Question

Discuss the differences between non-parametric and parametric tests. Provide an example of each and discuss when it is appropriate to use the test. Next, discuss the assumptions that must be met by the investigator to run the test.


 

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Methodology

Extraneous Variables (and plan for how controlled).
Instruments: Description, validity, and reliability estimates, which have been performed (on a pre-established measure). Include plans for testing the validity and reliability of generating your own instrument(s).
Description of the Intervention
Data Collection Procedures
Research Question
Among older adults, 65 years or older (P), are the new fall prevention protocols (I), compared to the existing fall routine care (C), effective in the reduction of falls by twenty percent (O), within three months (T)?


 

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Please begin by responding to the following questions.

Search and locate an existing instrument that will be used to address your research question. Post the title of the instrument selected and the level of measurement on the tool. Next, post a description of the type of scale used in the instrument. Include a brief discussion of data collection procedures that will be presented in your proposal.

Research Question
Among older adults, 65 years or older (P), are the new fall prevention protocols (I), compared to the existing fall routine care (C), effective in the reduction of falls by twenty percent (O), within three months (T)?


 

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Research Proposal Draft

Methodology

Sample/Setting: Number and criteria for inclusion and description of place in which data will be collected.
Sampling Strategy
Research Design: Type (e.g., Quasi-Experimental), description, and rationale for selection.

Research Title: New Fall Prevention Protocols and Its Effectiveness in Older Adults
PICOT Research Question:
Among older adults, 65 years or older (P), are the new fall prevention protocols (I), compared to the existing fall routine care (C), effective in the reduction of falls by twenty percent (O), within three months (T)?

Population :
65 years old and older
Place: Hospital setting


 

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Begin your discussion by sharing your problem statement and research question. Next, discuss your sampling plan. In addition, discuss your research design. Consider the following as you craft your response.

Sampling

How will the sample be selected?
What type of sampling method is used? Is it appropriate to the design?
Does the sample reflect the population as identified in the problem or purpose statement?
Is the sample size appropriate? Why or why not?
To what population may the findings be generalized? What are the limitations in generalizability?
Research design

What type of design will be used?
Does the design seem to flow from the proposed research problem, theoretical framework, literature review, and hypothesis?


 

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Theoretical Framework

Overview and Guiding Propositions(s) Described in Theory
Application of Theory to Your Study’s/Project’s Focus

Note: Research Proposal Draft Title-New Fall Prevention Protocols and Its Effectiveness in Older Adults

Another reference :Quigley PA, Votruba L, Kaminski J. Outcomes of Patient-Engaged Video Surveillance on Falls and Other Adverse Events. Clin Geriatr Med. 2019 May;35(2):253-263. doi: 10.1016/j.cger.2019.01.005. Epub 2019 Mar 1. PMID: 30929886.


 

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Visit South’s online library and review these two articles.

Connelly, L. M. (2014). Use of theoretical frameworks in research. MEDSURG Nursing, 23(3), 187-188.
Green, H. E. (2014). Use of theoretical and conceptual frameworks in qualitative research. Nurse Researcher, 21(6), 34-38.
Next, review the evidence you are collecting for your proposed study. Which theories have others cited? Are you seeing a common theme? Next construct a conceptual map (see p. 138 in your textbook). Use Microsoft Word or Microsoft PowerPoint and include this as an attachment. Be sure you have defined the concepts and included relational statements.


 

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Research Proposal Draft
This week you will submit the Literature Review section of your proposal. Each week you have been adding to your growing body of evidence to support your problem and proposed innovation to address the problem. The review of literature is a critical, analytical summary and synthesis of the current knowledge of your research topic. Thus it should compare and relate different theories, findings, etc., rather than just summarize them individually.

The References should be within 5 years


 

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