Title: The economic value of informal dementia caregivers. The work need to be conducted through literature review, to have minimum 14 pages plus 20 references, APA stile , including PICOT question and plagiarism free. Please use Loretta Williams: theory of care givers dynamic as a theorist. Im attaching 2 document
Running head: 11He says here goes the title alone,which is the introduction, but you don’t put the word introductionGrab the readerConcept and Statistics (References)The more items, the more seriousWhich is Why is it important?At the end of the introduction say the purpose …Significance of the Practice ProblemHere he said he has to show that work is extremely important, that’s why we’re doing it.WhatAsWhenWhereThat this is shortResearch QuestionPICOT Question + OBJETIVOSObjectives: (3 )Steps to answer the question, show how you answer the question.Theoretical FrameworkIt’s 2 theoriesHe says here is to choose any theory from those nurse Example Callista Roy. .or the othersAnd another theory that is NOT nursing, can be psychology ,,Freud,Erickson ….And explain how these relateSynthesis of the Literature
He wants 20 articlesAccording to Author such and collaborators … Saywho studied? ,showing chosewhat a resultThere are 20 paragraphs …. and everyone has to say about the articleAuthor, anus, type of study, #de sample and result ….Practice RecommendationsIn the end in the articles we recommend something, of each of the 20 articles, therefore it would be 10- 20 recommendations, because some articles may match.Example Kirenia and Michel proposed this… without matching..Project DescriptionTHIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGWrite this the same, without question putting it like this, (with the data of us..)This project will be completed through a literature review. This will be carried out through Google Scholar, CINHAL, Ana G. Mendez Virtual Libraries, WorldCat, PubMed, Internet database. The research will be peer reviewed. A minimum 30 articles of no more than 5 years will be reviewed. I will use some keywords for my search like: Probiotic, Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia, ICU, conventional methods.The results obtained from the study will contribute to determine if the probiotic use in prevention of ventilator associated pneumonia is more effective than the conventional method, with a more cost-effective result.All information collected in this review will be kept in a locked dresser in the principal investigator’s office for a period of 5 years. Both, the principal investigator and the mentor will have access to this material. After this time (5 years), the data will be eliminated with a paper shredder and discarded.Project Evaluation Results
Summarize tables with all citation will be presented in appendix A&B; appendix A will be used for the summary of primary research evidence, and appendix B will be used for the summary of the systematic reviews.Appendix A will include the citation, question or hypothesis, and theoretical foundation, research designated and sample size, key findings, recommendations or implications, and level of evidence, of each article. Appendix B will include citations, question, search strategy, inclusion/exclusion criteria, data, extraction and analysis, key finding, recommendation / implications and level of evidence of each article.Discussion and Implications for Nursing and HealthcareConclusions of Articles 10 – 20 paragraphs of the conclusions of the Articles.Plans for Dissemination
Everything that is in blue, can not miss, with our data, but the same…To achieve the purpose of making our research known, different types of media will be used. In the same way interpersonal communication will be of vital importance to disseminate this project. Also, other forms of dissemination will be used as: a power point and poster will be presented at the Ana G Mendez University. The power point will have a duration of no more than 30 minutes and will be presented to the teacher and classmates. While the poster, which will include a summary of this research, will be shown in the Ana G Mendez University room of the South Florida campus. In the library of this university we will leave a copy of this literature review to be used by those who are interested in the subject.Summary and ConclusionThe conclusion should start with a statement regarding the intent of the paper and your achievement toward that intention. Also, it should briefly say what was included in the paper. Remember that the introduction is a preview, and this section should contain a summary.ReferencesRemember that this is a reference list rather than a bibliography. A bibliography is everything you read to prepare the paper but a reference list is only what you cited. If there is not a citation for a reference, it should not be here. PLEASE make sure that your references here and your citations throughout the paper are in APA format. Take the time to make sure that they are correct. We have already formatted the paper for you with this template.Figure 1Figures included here are most likely going to be figures illustrating your data analysis.5Appendix ANOTE: Order these appendices in the order in which they were referred to in the paper.Summary of Primary Research Evidence (this table may be single space)CitationQuestion or HypothesisTheoretical FoundationResearch Design (include tools) and Sample SizeKey FindingsRecommendations/ImplicationsLevel of EvidenceLegend:Level I: systematic reviews or meta-analysis Level II: well-designed Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) Level III: well-designed controlled trials without randomization, quasi-experimental Level IV: well-designed case-control and cohort studies Level V: systematic reviews of descriptive and qualitative studies Level VI: single descriptive or qualitative study Level VII: opinion of authorities and/or reports of expert committeesAppendix BSummary of Systematic Reviews (SR) (this table may be single space)CitationQuestionSearch StrategyInclusion/ Exclusion CriteriaData Extraction and AnalysisKey FindingsRecommendation/ImplicationsLevel of EvidenceLegend:Level I: systematic reviews or meta-analysis Level II: well-designed Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) Level III: well-designed controlled trials without randomization, quasi-experimental Level IV: well-designed case-control and cohort studies Level V: systematic reviews of descriptive and qualitative studies Level VI: single descriptive or qualitative study Level VII: opinion of authorities and/or reports of expert committees.