Assignment: Patient Preference and Satisfaction

Assignment: Patient Preference and Satisfaction

Assignment Patient Preference and Satisfaction

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Article Analysis 1

Article Citation and Permalink (APA format) Bahamondes, L., Bahamondes, M. V., Modesto, W., Tilley, I. B., Magalhaes, A., e Silva, J. L. P., … & Mishell Jr, D. R. (2016). Effect of hormonal contraceptives during breastfeeding on infant’s milk ingestion and growth. Fertility and sterility100(2), 445-450.

Permalink: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fertnstert.2013.03.039

 

Twigg, D. E., Kutzer, Y., Jacob, E., & Seaman, K. (2019). A systematic quantitative review of the association between nurse skill mix and nursing‐sensitive patient outcomes in the acute care setting. Journal of advanced nursing75(12), 3404-3423.

 

Permalink: https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.14194

Havaei, F., Dahinten, V. S., & MacPhee, M. (2019). Effect of Nursing Care Delivery Models on Registered Nurse Outcomes. SAGE Open Nursing5, 2377960819869088.

Permalink: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2377960819869088

Point Description Description Description
Broad Topic Area/Title The study/topic is to study the impacts of hormonal contraceptives during breastfeeding on baby’s growth and milk ingestion. The topic of the research attempts to explore the general effects of contraceptives on breastfeeding children and the ingestion of milk. The study’s main topic is to show the association between the nurse skill mix and the nursing-sensitive patient results in acute care settings. It has been hypothesized that high skilled nurses with high levels of experience often influence effective patient outcomes. The study, therefore, attempts to investigate the correlation or association between the nurse skill mix and the nursing-sensitive patient outcomes in acute care settings. The study’s main topic is the impacts of nursing care delivery models on the registered nurse outcomes in different healthcare settings. It has been theorized that nursing care delivery models improve efficiency, a scenario that leads to effective patient outcomes in the treatment process.
Identify Independent and Dependent Variables and Type of Data for the Variables Independent variable: Level of hormonal contraceptives (continuous variable with a normal distribution)

Dependent Variable: Rate of milk ingestion in infants (continuous and normally distributed variable)

Independent variable: Nurse skill mix (continuous and normally distributed variable)

Dependent variable: Nursing sensitive patient outcome (continuous random variable)

Independent variable: Nursing care delivery model (categorical variable)

Dependent variable: Registered nurse outcome (continuous variable with a normal distribution of data)

The whole process of study involved determining the correlation between the independent and dependent variables.

The population of Interest for the Study The population of interest in this study involves lactating mothers who are using hormonal contraceptives for birth control. The respondents are selected from various healthcare settings. Specifically, mothers attending clinics for their infants were used in the study process. Patients on postpartum day 42 were mainly considered in the research process. The population of interest in the study involves patients and nurses operating in acute care settings. The study mainly involved nurses with different skills and experiences. Also, there were involvement other healthcare professionals such as doctors and physicians. The population of interest in the study includes registered nurses from different healthcare settings. The respondents mainly involved registered nurses undertaking various treatments in healthcare settings.
Sample The sample size used in the study was 40. In other words, 40 breastfeeding women were selected in the study. They were given hormonal control contraceptives and followed over a given period. There were a total of 63 respondents selected for the study. These respondents included were selected from different healthcare settings. The selected participants confirmed their willingness to participate in the study through the signing of consent documentation. A small sample size of 38 respondents was identified to take part in the study. All the respondents were presented with the questionnaires where they were able to fill the information required for the purposes of analysis.
Sampling Method A simple random sampling technique was used to select study participants or respondents. Out of the population identified, the participants were picked randomly, and they were to sign the consent documentation to confirm their willingness to participate in the study. A simple random sampling technique was used to select the study participants. The respondents were arbitrarily selected from the target population. A simple random sampling method was used to identify the respondents. The study participants were selected randomly from the population. They were then provided with the consent documentation to confirm their willingness to participate in the study.
Descriptive Statistics (Mean, Median, Mode; Standard Deviation)

Identify examples of descriptive statistics in the article.

Some of the descriptive statistics used in the study include:

·         Mean

·         Median

·         Mode

·         Maximum

·         Minimum

·         frequencies

Some of the descriptive statistics used in the study include:

·         Mean

·         Median mode

·         Maximum

·         Minimum

There were descriptive statistics used in the study, which include:

·         Mean

·         Median

·         Frequencies

·         Percentages

The descriptive statistics indicated the attributes of both the dependent and independent variables in the whole process of the study.

Inferential Statistics

Identify examples of inferential statistics in the article.

Some of the inferential statistics used in the study include:

·         t-test

·         Mann-Whitney test

·         Fisher exact test

 

Some of the inferential statistics used in the study include:

·         pre‐test–posttest

·         Descriptive correlations

 

 

The inferential statistics evident in the study include:

·         hierarchical multiple regression

·         chi-square analyses

·         Analysis of variable (ANOVA)

Topic 2 DQ 1

Select a research article, other than the articles from your assignments, from the GCU library. Provide an overview of the study and describe the strategy that was used to select the sample from the population. Evaluate the effectiveness of the sampling method selected. Provide support for your answer. Include the article title and permalink in your post.

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Article:

Gwain, G. C., Amu, H., & Bain, L. E. (2022). Improving Employee Mental Health: A Health Facility-Based Study in the United States. FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH10https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.3389/fpubh.2022.895048

 

The overview of the study:

In this study they will be talking about how to improve employee’s mental health. Mental health is a very serious issue so it’s important that employees have good mental health because mental health is “person condition with their psychological and emotional well being “ so it’s important to try to find ways to improve staff’s mental health actually did you know that according to (the article ) that “in the us over 52.9 million adults lived with mental illness in 2020” well what about now.

Method of research:

The method of research was amazing and is used to gather all 43 employees and finding out what employees are suffering and now to improve it so that the employees don’t become more depressed and have more stress added on because according to (article) “the CDC reports that depression interferes with a person ability to complete physical job tasks about 20% of the time and reduces performance about 35% of the time”

The sample used:

The sample used in the study was astounding by having all 43 employees complete a patient depression survey and allowing employees to answer the survey honestly and openly without any discomfort regrading hopelessness, isolation, suicide and much more.

 

Conclusion:

In this study 43 employees were study to determine how to improve employee’s mental health in the process it shows that 30.2% employees were depressed but after developing the who healthy workplace model for employee’s mental health along with health which helps reduce depression as well. A second study showed that suicide rates went down 20% with healthy work practices. Overall I believe that they approach this situation great along with helping find a way to reduces depression.

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Bhavisha Modi

replied toDestiny Montes

Aug 27, 2022, 2:49 PM

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Destiny,

Good article about Improving Employee Mental Health!!! You provided 43 employees as samples but the sampling method was missing for this article.

Bhavisha.

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Josefina Hernandez

replied toDestiny Montes

Aug 27, 2022, 8:59 PM

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Hi Destiny

It is critical to evaluate research publications in order to determine their strengths and limitations in terms of providing high-quality research information to readers. When presenting data, researchers should not just supply the numbers because this raises the issue of where the data came from in the first place (Abramo & D’Angelo, 2011). In order to increase the credibility of the research, researchers should provide information on the methodologies they utilized to arrive at certain results in every study. Furthermore, the researchers should bring out the constraints of their study as well as the impact that these limitations have on the validity of the data given in the research.

Reference

Abramo, G., & D’Angelo, C. A. (2011). Evaluating research: from informed peer review to bibliometrics. Scientometrics87(3), 499-514.