Week 4: Johns Hopkins Nursing Non-Research Appraisal tool

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Week 4: Johns Hopkins Nursing Non-Research Appraisal tool

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Purpose 

The purpose of this assignment is to provide the graduate nursing student opportunity to practice reading and critiquing research articles for application to an evidence-based practice.  

Activity Learning Outcomes 

Through this assignment, the student will demonstrate the ability to:

1. Integrate evidence-based practice and research to support advancement of holistic nursing care in diverse healthcare settings. (PO 1)

2. Integrate knowledge related to evidence-based practice and person-centered care to improve healthcare outcomes. (PO 1, 5)

3. Develop knowledge related to research and evidence-based practice as a basis for designing and critiquing research studies. (PO 1, 5)  

4. Analyze research findings and evidence-based practice to advanced holistic nursing care initiatives that promote positive healthcare outcomes. (PO 1, 5) 

Due Date:  Sunday 11:59 PM MT at the end of WEEK 4, 5, 6 

Students are expected to submit assignments by the time they are due. Assignments submitted after the due date and time will receive a deduction of 10% of the total points possible for that assignment for each day the assignment is late. Assignments will be accepted, with penalty as described, up to a maximum of three days late, after which point a zero will be recorded for the assignment. Quizzes and discussions are not considered assi gnments and are not part of the late assignment policy. 

Total Points Possible:  130 points each in weeks 4, 5 & 6  

Directions and Assignment Criteria 

Students will critique a research article in weeks 4, 5 & 6 (3 total) as follows:  

Week 4:  Non-research appraisal (Links to an external site.):  Guidelines and Reviews 

Each critique will require a two-three page written analysis of the article. The paper should include:

Introduction

· Article topic/focus

· Author(s)

· Aim of assignment

Critique of Article 

The article critique should be a methodological review specific to type of article (for example, qualitative or quantitative) . The analysis must be two to three pages and detailed using the text and resources. The content of the review should also include:

1. Ethical review 

2. Analysis of findings

3. Limitations 

4. Discussion 

5. Application (translation) to practice specialty 

6. Future implications

In addition, students must complete the Johns Hopkins Research Appraisal Tool that is applicable to the type of study design (qualitative, quantitative or non-research evidence) for the week. Refer to the rubric for additional requirements. 

Preparing the Assignment 

Week 4 

Non-research appraisal: Guideline or Systematic Review 

1. Select a guideline or systematic review article from the Week 4 list.

Article to use: Piercy, L. K., Troiano, P. R., & Ballard, M. R. (2018). The physical activity guidelines for Americans. JAMA, 320(19), 2020-2028. 

Reference: Jacobs, A. (2016). A medical writer’s guide to meta-analysis. Medical Writing, 25(3), 22-25.

2. Write a two-three (2-3) page critique of the article in a Word Doc integrating your course readings. Be sure to include a citation for your article using APA format.

3. Complete the Johns Hopkins Non-research evidence review document.

4. Submit both through TurnItIn by Sunday 11:59pm MT of week 4

Format & Presentation Requirements

· APA Format According to 6th edition

· Word Doc  per assignment requirements. 

· Word Doc Format: Cover page, no abstract, introduction (no heading per APA), body of the paper/review, reference list, appendix with Johns Hopkins appraisal doc. For review sections refer to your readings and the Johns Hopkins Research Appraisal Tool.

· Article title, author, journal, publication date

· Evidence level and quality

· Analysis of the study methodology (specific to study type, e.g., qualitative versus quantitative versus non-research)

· Reference list should include the chosen article and other resources used to construct the review, such as course textbook, Johns Hopkins Evidence Based Practice: Model and Guidelines, and How to Read a Paper by Greenhalgh (2014).

ASSIGNMENT CONTENT Category Points % Description Introduction 10 8% Required content for this section includes: · Introduction to chosen article: Provide introduction to article topic/focus, authors and specific aim of assignment.   · Succinct overview of assignment focus. Critique of Article 50 38% Required content for this section includes: · Methodological review specific to type (non-research versus research): (use text and resources) · Ethical review (not always present with guidelines or systematic reviews) · Analysis of findings · Limitations · Discussion · Application to practice (translation) · Future implications Johns Hopkins Appraisal Tool 50 38% All sections of the Appraisal Tool are completed for the correct article review (for example, the non-research tool is used for guidelines, the qualitative tool is used for qualitative review).  110 84% Total CONTENT Points= 110 pts ASSIGNMENT FORMAT Category Points % Description APA 15 12% Requirements: · Cover (title) page · Running head · No abstract · Introduction (no heading per APA)  · Body of paper and reference page must follow APA guidelines as found in the 6th edition of the manual. This includes the use of headings for each section of the paper except for the introduction where no heading is used.  Syntax, grammar, spelling 5 4% Rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, and punctuation are followed and consistent with formal written work as found in the 6th edition of the APA manual.  20 16% Total FORMAT Points= 20 pts  130 100% ASSIGNMENT TOTAL=130 points 

Rubric

NR505NP WK4,5,6 Article Critique_SEPT19

NR505NP WK4,5,6 Article Critique_SEPT19
CriteriaRatingsPts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroductionRequired content for this section includes: • Introduction to chosen article • Succinct overview of assignment focus.10.0 ptsExcellentContent includes well-written, succinct, information that includes: Article topic/focus, authors and specific aim of assignment.9.0 ptsV. GoodContent is well-written but omits or is thin in one area.8.0 ptsSatisfactorySection content is basic in its explanation of the article (overview) and the purpose of the assignment but lacks specific detail and depth.5.0 ptsNeeds ImprovementAll content is included but difficult to piece together in its explanation of the article (overview) and the purpose of the assignment OR a piece of the content is missing, for example, overview of assignment focus, yet what is written is well stated.0.0 ptsUnsatisfactoryMissing OR Section content is vague in its introduction of the article (overview) and the purpose of the assignment is missing OR article overview is missing, and purpose of the assignment is vague.)10.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCritique of ArticleRequired content for this section includes: • Methodological review specific to type (non-research versus research): (use text and resources) • Ethical review (not always present with guidelines or systematic reviews) • Analysis of findings • Limitations • Discussion • Application to practice (translation) • Future implications50.0 ptsExcellentAll content is included in the critique with comprehensive definitions, examples and with in-text citations that support the article evaluation with depth.46.0 ptsV. GoodAll content is included in the critique. One or two sections may be included without depth: For example, Definitions, examples and with in-text citations that support the article evaluation with depth. Or: All content has explanatory depth of analysis including definitions, examples and in-text citations supporting the analysis, however, a content area may be missing (such as ethical review or limitations)42.0 ptsSatisfactoryTwo or three content areas are missing, or all content areas are included but there is inconsistent depth/ integration of definitions, examples and in-text citations that support the article evaluation with depth25.0 ptsNeeds ImprovementFour or more content areas are missing, or all content areas are included but there is little to no depth/ integration of definitions, examples and in-text citations that support the article evaluation with depth.0.0 ptsUnsatisfactoryCritique is vague, without structure, without discernible integration of definitions, examples, and in-text citations that support the writing.50.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeJohns Hopkins Appraisal Tool50.0 ptsExcellentAll sections of the Appraisal Tool are completed for the correct article review (for example, the non-research tool is used for guidelines, the qualitative tool is used for qualitative review).46.0 ptsV. GoodTool is included, is the correct tool, and is missing: A. Non-Evidence Tool: 1 of the 6 sections B. Evidence Tool: 1 section missing42.0 ptsSatisfactoryTool is included, is the correct tool, and is missing: A. Non-Evidence Tool 2 or 3 of the 6 sections B. Evidence Tool: 2 sections missing25.0 ptsNeeds ImprovementTool is included and is missing: A. Non-Evidence Tool 4 or more of the 6 sections B. Evidence Tool – 3 more sections missing.0.0 ptsUnsatisfactoryTool is missing or the wrong tool is used.50.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization & FormatRequirements: • Cover (title) page • No abstract • Introduction • Body of paper and reference page must follow APA guidelines as found in the 6th edition of the manual. This includes the use of headings for each section of the paper except for the introduction where no heading is used.15.0 ptsExcellentAll aspects of paper follow APA guidelines (cover, no abstract, introduction, headings (not on introduction), body of paper and reference page14.0 ptsV. Good1-3 APA errors12.0 ptsSatisfactory4-5 APA errors8.0 ptsNeeds Improvement6-9 APA errors0.0 ptsUnsatisfactory10 or greater APA errors15.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSyntax, grammar, spellingRules of grammar, spelling, word usage, and punctuation are followed and consistent with formal written work as found in the 6th edition of the APA manual.5.0 ptsExcellentThere are no grammatical, spelling, word usage or punctuation errors.4.0 ptsV. Good1-3 grammatical, spelling, word usage or punctuation errors.3.0 ptsSatisfactory4-5 grammatical, spelling, word usage or punctuation errors.2.0 ptsNeeds Improvement6-9 grammatical, spelling, word usage or punctuation errors.0.0 ptsUnsatisfactory10 or greater grammatical, spelling, word usage or punctuation errors.5.0 pts
Total Points: 130.0

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