State your PICOT question. Indicate in parentheses after each segment, what part of PICOT the preceding words represent. For example: In patients recently discharged from the hospital following care for heart failure (P), do hand-off calls by the nurse to the primary care provider using the SBAR format (situation, background, assessment, recommendation) (I) compared to no calls (C) decrease readmission rates (O) over a one year period (T).
State your PICOT question. Indicate in parentheses after each segment, what part of PICOT the preceding words represent. For example: In patients recently discharged from the hospital following care
Running Head: THE BACKGROUND QUESTION 0 https://southu-nur.meduapp.com/users/sign_in The Background Question Name Institution Course Instructor’s Name Date The Background Question Obesity is defined as a BMI at or above the 95th percentile for children and teens of the same age and sex (Liu, Li, Li, Li, Wang & Li, 2018). Liu et al. (2018) argue that childhood obesity lead to such health problems as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. These could either occur at a young age, or even during adulthood. Children are also at risk of psychological problems like anxiety and depression. In addition, obesity causes significant economic challenges. These include for both the society and the family. Obesity has emerged as a significant public health concern across the globe; the importance of early prevention and treatment cannot be exaggerated. Pediatric primary care is a promising setting for behavioral obesity prevention and treatment interventions. Primary care doctors provide a wide source of health information and interventions to the help the children and their families how to manage obesity. Primary care provides a multidisciplinary team approach where the children and their families are taught how to follow a healthy diet, the importance to practice physical exercises at least three times per week, the appropriate portion sizes and to limit the sweetened beverages (Byrne, Brown, Ball, Wild, Maximova, Holt, Cave, Martz, & Ellendt, 2018). According to Byrne et al. (2018), obesity results from a combination of factors. They include behavioral, dietary, social, physical, genetic, and psychological factors. Nutrition during pregnancy as well as during early life are also thought of as causal factors (Byrne et al., 2018; Park & Cormier, 2018). Since a significant number of factors are known, it seems likely that effective solutions would be found. Nevertheless, this has not been the case so far. Indeed, the prevalence rate continues to rise. The proposed study is, therefore, aimed at uncovering how childhood obesity develops, and how it could be prevented. The presumption is that changes should come from above. Working on policy changes would bring about timely solutions as the entire society would rallied towards a single aim (Liu et al., 2018). It is on this basis that the background question for the proposed research is “What policy changes are needed to address childhood obesity in an effective manner?”. Other questions to add for research that may help to build better my background question are: How is Childhood obesity defined and how is it diagnosed in primary care? What population is at the most risk for Childhood obesity? What are some of the causes of Childhood obesity? How is Childhood obesity identified and treated? References Byrne, J.L.S., Browne, N.E., Ball, G.D.C., Wild, C.T., Maximova, K., Holt, N.L., Cave, A.J., Martz, P., & Ellendt, C. (2018). A brief eHealth tool delivered in primary care to help parents prevent childhood obesity: a randomized controlled trial. Pediatric Obesity, 13(11), 659–667. https://doi.org/10.1111/ijpo.12200 Liu, W., Li, Q., Li, H., Li, J., Wang, H.J., & Li, B. (2018). 20-year trends in prevalence of overweight and obesity among children aged 0-6 in Harbin, China: A multiple cross-sectional study. PLoS ONE, 13(6), 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0198032 Park, S. H., & Cormier, E. (2018). Influence of siblings on child health behaviors and obesity: A systematic review. Journal of Child & Family Studies, 27(7), 2069–2081. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10826-018-1049-9
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Hello Brittany, I found really important the topic that you selected for your research. The papilloma virus infection is considered one of the main causes of pre-malignant lesions and neoplasia associated with an infectious process. The health care has a tremendous necessity to control and reduce the morbidity provoke by the virus. This virus has a high incidence between the malignant illness that affect the women. During the 80’s the papilloma virus is recognized as the principal etiologic agent that causes cervical cancer (Shaltout, El-Dein, Elsers, Shahine, Abbas, & Osman, 2020). I believe the importance of this topic, encourage us to continue to investigate the etiopathology of this disease to let us view and increase the different treatment options to be more accurate with the principal objective that is diminished the mortality for this cause. Primary care plays an important role in detecting cervical cancer since this disease doesn’t cause symptoms. It is vital that women have regular screening tests to detect any precancerous changes in the cervix that might lead to cancer. Furthermore, the education provided to our patients in general is the key on how we are going to manage them on preventing the risk factors that may develop any malignant or chronic illness. In this particular case the major risk factor for HPV are: number of sexual partners, age, weakened immune system, damaged skin and personal contact (Shaltout et al., 2020). I am interested to read your thought-provoking research. Good-luck. References Shaltout, S. E.-D., El-Dein, H., Elsers, D., Shahine, M., Abbas, H., & Osman, M. (2020). Study the association among human papilloma virus subtypes 16 and 18, codon 72 P53 gene polymorphism, and oral squamous cell carcinoma in Upper Egypt: a case–control study. Egyptian Journal of Surgery, 39(2), 364–370. https://doi-org.su.idm.oclc.org/10.4103/ejs.ejs_215_19 https://quizlet.com/387447750/fnp-pretest-questions-flash-cards/# https://southu-nur.meduapp.com/users/sign_in Hello Marie, you have selected a revolutionary topic. The use of telemedicine has been shown to allow for better long-term care management and patient satisfaction. It also offers a new method of communication and information with the practitioners like via e-mail, interactive chats and video conferences. It also has convenience, reducing the amount of potential travel required for the patient and the physician (Abdellatif & Mohamed, 2020). I believe you have an extensive area to explore on this topic. I would like you to suggest some questions that maybe can help in your investigation: What are the advantages of telemedicine? Why is the telemedicine important in healthcare? What are the pros and cons of telemedicine? Does telemedicine will replace the in-person doctor visits? The last question has an important implication, because I believe that without the physical ability to touch the patient, the doctor is limited to perform a complete physical exam, establish the proper diagnosis and provide the proper care that the patient needs. Finally, I have to recognize that during the COVID-19 pandemic situation, telemedicine has been an enormous help for the healthcare system. Abdellatif, M. M., & Mohamed, W. (2020). Telemedicine: An IoT Based Remote Healthcare System. International Journal of Online & Biomedical Engineering, 16(6), 72.




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