Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing

Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing Review the Topic Materials and the work completed in NRS-433V to formulate a PICOT statement for your capstone project. A PICOT starts with a designated patient population in a particular clinical area and identifies clinical problems or issues that arise from clinical care. The intervention should be an independent, specified nursing change intervention. The intervention cannot require a provider prescription. Include a comparison to a patient population not currently receiving the intervention, and specify the timeframe needed to implement the change process. Formulate a PICOT statement using the PICOT format provided in the assigned readings. The PICOT statement will provide a framework for your capstone project. In a paper of 500-750 words, clearly identify the clinical problem and how it can result in a positive patient outcome. Make sure to address the following on the PICOT statement: Evidence-Based Solution Nursing Intervention Patient Care Health Care Agency Nursing Practice Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center. Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing FYI from the class that will help with assignment: Research Purpose The research purpose is the statement of why the study is being undertaken. The purpose statement may be explicit or implicit but should be stated objectively. The research purpose is more specific than the research problem and is generated by way of deductive reasoning. The research purpose communicates the aim or goal of the study. In addition, the major variables to be studied, along with the population and setting, are identified in the research purpose (Cooper & Schindler, 2003). As the research purpose becomes clearer, the researcher must determine the feasibility of the study by examining the commitment required in time and money, as well as expertise required, subject availability, and any ethical considerations. An example of a clinical research purpose that might be deemed feasible is to determine if a relationship exists between the extent of participation in selected behaviors that may be detrimental to health and the propensity to take risks. Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing Review of Literature The purpose for the review of literature is to gain a broad understanding of the available information related to the research problem. Relevant literature is examined, and provides credibility to the study being pursued. There are three steps to the review of literature process: locating relevant sources, critiquing the sources, and generating the written report of the resulting knowledge. Literature can be located through electronic literature searches of electronic databases, such as CINAHL, MEDLINE, Science Direct, and HealthSTAR, and print resources such as those found in libraries. The literature review section should be written in an organized manner, beginning with the introduction, leading to the presentation of empirical and theoretical sources, and ending with the summary of relevant ideas. The information gained through the review of literature is logically organized and presented in the review-of-literature section of the report (Cooper & Schindler, 2003). Research Question Once the problem has been identified, the literature review completed, and the conceptual framework chosen, the research question needs to be formulated. The question may either be in the form of a statement, a question, or a hypothesis. The research question must be succinct, clear, and it must answer the question being studied. Formulating the research question may be one of the most difficult steps of the research process. Usually, the initial dilemma is very broad, and must be narrowed to be reasonably studied. A research question should be based on facts, which will lead to the formulation of investigative questions. The question should be theoretical, practical, and feasible (Cooper & Schindler, 2003). Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing Hypothesis The hypothesis is a prediction of the researcher’s expected findings of the research study. The hypothesis includes the variables to be studied and their relationships, the population to be studied, and the type of research to be conducted. The hypothesis also directs the measurement of variables, the selection of the design, and the interpretation of the findings. The findings of the study either indicate acceptance or non-acceptance of the hypothesis (Cooper & Schindler, 2003). Research Purpose The research purpose is the statement of why the study is being undertaken. The purpose statement may be explicit or implicit but should be stated objectively. The research purpose is more specific than the research problem and is generated by way of deductive reasoning. The research purpose communicates the aim or goal of the study. In addition, the major variables to be studied, along with the population and setting, are identified in the research purpose (Cooper & Schindler, 2003). As the research purpose becomes clearer, the researcher must determine the feasibility of the study by examining the commitment required in time and money, as well as expertise required, subject availability, and any ethical considerations. An example of a clinical research purpose that might be deemed feasible is to determine if a relationship exists between the extent of participation in selected behaviors that may be detrimental to health and the propensity to take risks. Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing Review of Literature The purpose for the review of literature is to gain a broad understanding of the available information related to the research problem. Relevant literature is examined, and provides credibility to the study being pursued. There are three steps to the review of literature process: locating relevant sources, critiquing the sources, and generating the written report of the resulting knowledge. Literature can be located through electronic literature searches of electronic databases, such as CINAHL, MEDLINE, Science Direct, and HealthSTAR, and print resources such as those found in libraries. The literature review section should be written in an organized manner, beginning with the introduction, leading to the presentation of empirical and theoretical sources, and ending with the summary of relevant ideas. The information gained through the review of literature is logically organized and presented in the review-of-literature section of the report (Cooper & Schindler, 2003). Research Question Once the problem has been identified, the literature review completed, and the conceptual framework chosen, the research question needs to be formulated. The question may either be in the form of a statement, a question, or a hypothesis. The research question must be succinct, clear, and it must answer the question being studied. Formulating the research question may be one of the most difficult steps of the research process. Usually, the initial dilemma is very broad, and must be narrowed to be reasonably studied. A research question should be based on facts, which will lead to the formulation of investigative questions. The question should be theoretical, practical, and feasible (Cooper & Schindler, 2003). Hypothesis The hypothesis is a prediction of the researcher’s expected findings of the research study. The hypothesis includes the variables to be studied and their relationships, the population to be studied, and the type of research to be conducted. The hypothesis also directs the measurement of variables, the selection of the design, and the interpretation of the findings. The findings of the study either indicate acceptance or non-acceptance of the hypothesis (Cooper & Schindler, 2003). ****Also attached are documents that will help you create a PICOT statement wk_1_dq_1_picot__step_by_step..pdf week_1__dq___1_c__how_to_identify_a_nsg_rsch_question.docx ORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL ESSAY PAPERS Asking the Clinical Question: A Key Step in Evidence-Based Practice A successful search strategy starts with a well-formulated question. This is the third article in a series from the Arizona State University College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s Center for the Advancement of Evidence-Based Practice. Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a problem-solving approach to the delivery of health care that integrates the best evidence from studies and patient care data with clinician expertise and patient preferences and values. When delivered in a context of caring and in a supportive organizational culture, the highest quality of care and best patient outcomes can be achieved. The purpose of this series is to give nurses the knowledge and skills they need to implement EBP consistently, one step at a time. Articles will appear every two months to allow you time to incorporate information as you work toward implementing EBP at your institution. Also, we’ve scheduled “Ask the Authors” call-ins every few months to provide a direct line to the experts to help you resolve questions. Details about how to participate in the next call will be published with May’s Evidence-Based Practice, Step by Step. o fully implement evidencebased practice (EBP), nurses need to have both a spirit of inquiry and a culture that supports it. In our first article in this series (“Igniting a Spirit of Inquiry: An Essential Foundation for Evidence-Based Practice,” November 2009), we defined a spirit of inquiry as “an ongoing curiosity about the best evidence to guide clinical decision making.” A spirit of inquiry is the foundation of EBP, and once nurses possess it, it’s easier to take the next step—to ask the clinical question.1 Formulating a clinical question in a systematic way makes it possible to find an answer more quickly and efficiently, leading to improved processes and patient outcomes. In the last installment, we gave an overview of the multistep EBP process (“The Seven Steps of Evidence-Based Practice,” January). This month we’ll discuss step one, asking the clinical question. As a context for this discussion we’ll use the same T 58 AJN ? March 2010 ? Vol. 110, No. 3 scenario we used in the previous articles (see Case Scenario for EBP: Rapid Response Teams). In this scenario, a staff nurse, let’s call her Rebecca R., noted that patients on her medical– surgical unit had a high acuity level that may have led to an increase in cardiac arrests and in the number of patients transferred to the ICU. Of the patients who had a cardiac arrest, four died. Rebecca shared with her nurse manager a recently published study on how the use of a rapid response team resulted in reduced in-hospital cardiac arrests and unplanned admissions to the critical Case Scenario for EBP: Rapid Response Teams Y ou’re a staff nurse on a busy medical–surgical unit. Over the past three months, you’ve noticed that the patients on your unit seem to have a higher acuity level than usual, with at least three cardiac arrests per month, and of those patients who arrested, four died. Today, you saw a report about a recently published study in Critical Care Medicine on the use of rapid response teams to decrease rates of in-hospital cardiac arrests and unplanned ICU admissions. Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing The study found a significant decrease in both outcomes after implementation of a rapid response team led by physician assistants with specialized skills.2 You’re so impressed with these findings that you bring the report to your nurse manager, believing that a rapid response team would be a great idea for your hospital. The nurse manager is excited that you have come to her with these findings and encourages you to search for more evidence to support this practice and for research on whether rapid response teams are valid and reliable. ajnonline.com By Susan B. Stillwell, DNP, RN, CNE, Ellen Fineout-Overholt, PhD, RN, FNAP, FAAN, Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FNAP, FAAN, and Kathleen M. Williamson, PhD, RN care unit.2 She believed this could be a great idea for her hospital. Based on her nurse manager’s suggestion to search for more evidence to support the use of a rapid response team, Rebecca’s spirit of inquiry led her to take the next step in the EBP process: asking be answered by searching the current literature for studies comparing these two interventions. Background questions are considerably broader and when answered, provide general knowledge. For example, a background The PICOT question is a consistent, systematic way to identify the components of a clinical issue. the clinical question. Let’s follow Rebecca as she meets with Carlos A., one of the expert EBP mentors from the hospital’s EBP and research council, whose role is to assist point of care providers in enhancing their EBP knowledge and skills. Types of clinical questions. Carlos explains to Rebecca that finding evidence to improve patient outcomes and support a practice change depends upon how the question is formulated. Clinical practice that’s informed by evidence is based on wellformulated clinical questions that guide us to search for the most current literature. There are two types of clinical questions: background questions and foreground questions.3-5 Foreground questions are specific and relevant to the clinical issue. Foreground questions must be asked in order to determine which of two interventions is the most effective in improving patient outcomes. For example, “In adult patients undergoing surgery, how does guided imagery compared with music therapy affect analgesia use within the first 24 hours post-op?” is a specific, welldefined question that can only [email protected] question such as, “What therapies reduce postoperative pain?” can generally be answered by looking in a textbook. For more information on the two types of clinical questions, see Comparison of Background and Foreground Questions.4-6 Ask the question in PICOT format. Now that Rebecca has an understanding of foreground and background questions, Carlos guides her in formulating a foreground question using PICOT format. PICOT is an acronym for the elements of the clinical question: patient population (P), intervention or issue of interest (I), comparison intervention or issue of interest (C), outcome(s) of interest (O), and time it takes for the intervention to achieve the outcome(s) (T). When Rebecca asks why the PICOT question is so important, Carlos explains that it’s a consistent, systematic way to identify the components of a clinical issue. Using the PICOT format to structure the clinical question helps to clarify these components, which will guide the search for the evidence.6, 7 A wellbuilt PICOT question increases the likelihood that the best evidence to inform practice will be found quickly and efficiently.5-8 To help Rebecca learn to formulate a PICOT question, Carlos uses the earlier example of a foreground question: Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing “In adult patients undergoing surgery, how does guided imagery compared Comparison of Background and Foreground Questions4-6 Question type Description Examples Background question A broad, basic-knowledge question commonly answered in textbooks. May begin with what or when. 1)What is the best method to prevent pressure ulcers? 2)What is sepsis? 3)When do the effects of furosemide peak? Foreground question A specific question that, when answered, provides evidence for clinical decision making. A foreground question includes the following elements: population (P), intervention or issue of interest (I), comparison intervention or issue of interest (C), outcome (O), and, when appropriate, time (T). 1)In mechanically ventilated patients (P), how does a weaning protocol (I) compared with no weaning protocol (C) affect ventilator days (O) during ICU length of stay (T)? 2)In hospitalized adults (P), how does hourly rounding (I) compared with no rounding (C) affect fall rates (O)? AJN ? March 2010 ? Vol. 110, No. 3 59 Templates and Definitions for PICOT Questions5, 6 Question type Definition Intervention or therapy To determine which treatment leads to the best outcome In _____________________ (P), how does ______________ (I) compared with __________ (C) affect __________________ (O) within __________________ (T)? Etiology To determine the greatest risk factors or causes of a condition Are ______________________________ (P) who have ________________________ (I), compared with those without ________ (C), at ____ risk for ____________________ (O) over _____________________________ (T)? Diagnosis or diagnostic test To determine which test is more accurate and precise in diagnosing a condition In ______________________________ are/is ___________________________ compared with ___________________ more accurate in diagnosing _______ Prognosis or prediction To determine the clinical course over time and likely complications of a condition In ___________________ how does _____________ compared with ________ influence _____________ over _________________ (P), (I) (C), (O) (T)? Meaning To understand the meaning of an experience for a particular individual, group, or community How do ______________ with _________________ perceive ______________ during _______________ (P) (I) (O) (T)? with music therapy affect analgesia use within the first 24 hours post-op?” In this example, “adult patients undergoing surgery” is the population (P), “guided imagery” is the intervention of interest (I), “music therapy” is the comparison intervention of interest (C), “pain” is the outcome of interest (O), and “the first 24 hours post-op” is the time it takes for the intervention to achieve the outcome (T). In this example, music therapy or guided imagery is expected to affect the amount of analgesia used by the patient within the first 24 hours after surgery. Note that a comparison may not be pertinent in some PICOT questions, such as in “meaning questions,” which are designed to uncover the meaning of a particular experience.3, 6 Time is 60 AJN ? March 2010 ? Vol. 110, No. 3 Template also not always required. But population, intervention or issue of interest, and outcome are essential to developing any PICOT question. Carlos asks Rebecca to reflect on the clinical situation on her (P), (I) (C) (O)? ical issue to use in formulating the clinical question.3 Rebecca and Carlos revisit aspects of the clinical issue to see which may become components of the PICOT question: the high acuity of patients on the unit, the number of A well-built PICOT question increases the likelihood that the best evidence to inform practice will be found. unit in order to determine the unit’s current intervention for addressing acuity.Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing Reflection is a strategy to help clinicians extract critical components from the clin- cardiac arrests, the unplanned ICU admissions, and the research article on rapid response teams. Once the issue is clarified, the PICOT question can be written. ajnonline.com Because Rebecca’s issue of interest is the rapid response team— an intervention—Carlos provides her with an “intervention or therapy” template to use in formulating the PICOT question. (For other types of templates, see Templates and Definitions for PICOT Questions.5, 6) Since the hospital doesn’t have a rapid response team and doesn’t have a plan for addressing acuity issues before a crisis occurs, the comparison, or (C) element, in the PICOT question is “no rapid response team.” “Cardiac arrests” and “unplanned admissions to the ICU” are the outcomes in the question. Other potential outcomes of interest to the hospital could be “lengths of stay” or “deaths.” Rebecca proposes the following PICOT question: “In hospitalized adults (P), how does a rapid response team (I) compared with no rapid response team (C) affect the number of cardiac arrests (O) and unplanned admissions to the ICU (O) during a three-month period (T)?” Now that Rebecca has formulated the clinical question, she’s ready for the next step in the EBP process, searching for the evidence. Carlos congratulates Rebecca on developing a searchable, answerable question and arranges to meet with her again to mentor her in helping her find the answer to her clinical question. The fourth article in this series, to be published in the May issue of AJN, will focus on strategies for searching the literature to find the evidence to answer the clinical question. Now that you’ve learned to formulate a successful clinical question, try this exercise: after reading the two clinical scenarios in Practice Creating a PICOT Question, select the type of Practice Creating a PICOT Question Scenario 1: You’re a recent graduate with two years’ experience in an acute care setting. You’ve taken a position as a home health care nurse and you have several adult patients with various medical conditions. However, you’ve recently been assigned to care for hospice patients. You don’t have experience in this area, and you haven’t experienced a loved one at the end of life who’s received hospice care. You notice that some of the family members or caregivers of patients in hospice care are withdrawn. You’re wondering what the family caregivers are going through, so that you might better understand the situation and provide quality care. Scenario 2: You’re a new graduate who’s accepted a position on a gerontology unit. A number of the patients have dementia and are showing aggressive behavior. You recall a clinical experience you had as a first-year nursing student in a longterm care unit and remember seeing many of the patients in a specialty unit for dementia walking around holding baby dolls. You’re wondering if giving baby dolls to your patients with dementia would be helpful. What type of PICOT question would you create for each of these scenarios? Select the appropriate templates and formulate your questions. [email protected] clinical question that’s most appropriate for each scenario, and choose a template to guide you. Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing Then formulate one PICOT question for each scenario. Suggested PICOT questions will be provided in the next column. ? Susan B. Stillwell is clinical associate professor and program coordinator of the Nurse Educator Evidence-Based Practice Mentorship Program at Arizona State University in Phoenix, where Ellen Fineout-Overholt is clinical professor and director of the Center for the Advancement of Evidence-Based Practice, Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk is dean and distinguished foundation professor of nursing, and Kathleen M. Williamson is associate director of the Center for the Advancement of Evidence-Based Practice. Contact author: Susan B. Stillwell, [email protected] REFERENCES 1. Melnyk BM, et al. Igniting a spirit of inquiry: an essential foundation for evidence-based practice. Am J Nurs 2009;109(11):49-52. 2. Dacey MJ, et al. The effect of a rapid response team on major clinical outcome measures in a community hospital. Crit Care Med 2007;35(9): 2076-82. 3. Fineout-Overholt E, Johnston L. Teaching EBP: asking searchable, answerable clinical questions. Worldviews Evid Based Nurs 2005;2(3): 157-60. 4. Nollan R, et al. Asking compelling clinical questions. In: Melnyk BM, Fineout-Overholt E, editors. Evidencebased practice in nursing and healthcare: a guide to best practice. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins; 2005. p. 25-38. 5. Straus SE. Evidence-based medicine: how to practice and teach EBM. 3rd ed. Edinburgh; New York: Elsevier/ Churchill Livingstone; 2005. 6. Fineout-Overholt E, Stillwell SB. Asking compelling questions. In: Melnyk BM, Fineout-Overholt E, editors. Evidence-based practice in nursing and healthcare: a guide to best practice [forthcoming]. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. 7. McKibbon KA, Marks S. Posing clinical questions: framing the question for scientific inquiry. AACN Clin Issues 2001;12(4):477-81. 8. Fineout-Overholt E, et al. Teaching EBP: getting to the gold: how to search for the best evidence. Worldviews Evid Based Nurs 2005;2(4):207-11. AJN ? March 2010 ? Vol. 110, No. 3 61 HOW TO IDENTIFY NURSING CLINICAL RESEARCH QUESTIONS Ask yourself the following: What have you encountered in taking care of patients this week that caused you to ask, “Why do we do it this way?” Where do you find nursing research questions? •Research priorities identified by professional associations •National guidelines, benchmarks or quality indicators (AHRQ) Narrow down the choices: –High risk –High volume –High benefit –Something that excites you! Examples of Clinical Questions •Is the monitoring lead we choose to view the same for all patients, or is it selected based on diagnosis? •Should hyper-oxygenation always be provided prior to endotracheal suctioning? •Should we use dye in enteral feedings to identify pulmonary aspiration? •Should we use hypothermia units to lower temperatures in febrile patients? Find the nursing issue or dilemma that you find in your current facility-. Reducing infection rates of central lines with more handwashing SEE TABLE BELOW Identify the following for your patient care area Examples Patient care situations that are high risk or of high clinical benefit Cardiac arrest, falls Important clinical outcomes Infection, pain High volume situations IV insertion, urethral catheter care High organizational relevance Length of stay, patient satisfaction Regulatory requirement Hand washing, restraint use Key organizational goal / objectives CMS Indicators (e.g. medication reconciliation) Sources of nursing issues or dilemmas are usually based on national indicators: Institutional Priorities Are Often Based on National Indicators: •National Quality Forum (NQF) priorities •Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) indicators •Professional Practice Organizations –(e.g. American Hospital Association; American Heart Association) •National Clinical Practice Guidelines Examples of Nursing societies have areas of patient care and research priorities AACN’s Research Priority Areas •Effective and appropriate use of technology to ach ieve optimal patient assessment, management, and /or outcomes •Creating a healing, humane environment •Effective approaches to symptom management •Processes and systems that foster the optimal con tribution of critical care nurses •Prevention and management of complications Oncololgy Nsg. Soc. Research Priority Areas • Health promotion •Cancer symptoms and side effects •Effects of treatment •Long?term survivorship •End of life issues •Psychosocial and family issues •Nursing?sensitive patient outcomes Examples of Research Priorities from National Guidelines, Benchmarks or Quality Indicators National Quality Forum Patient and Family Engagement •Safety •Care Coordination •Palliative and End?of?Life Care •Equitable Access •Elimination of Overuse •Population Health •Infrastructure Supports Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators (PSIs) •Death among surgical inpatients with serious treatable complications •Iatrogenic pneumothorax •Postoperative wound dehiscence •Accidental puncture or laceration • Complication/patient safety for selected indicators AHRQ Inpatient Quality AHRQ Inpatient Quality Indicators (IQIs) •Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repair mortality •Hip fracture mortality rate •Mortality for selected surgical procedures •Mortality for selected medical conditions What do you do to narrow the focus for an efficient PICOT question? Step One: “Triage” the Questions into one of the Following Groups Staff Development Questions Clinical Care Questions Standards & Care Process Questions Example: How do I interpret an elevated pCO2 in COPD? Example: Do nurses provide better care if they ar … Purchase answer to see full attachment Student has agreed that all tutoring, explanations, and answers provided by the tutor will be used to help in the learning process and in accordance with Studypool’s honor code & terms of service . Get a 10 % discount on an order above $ 100 Use the following coupon code : NURSING10

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