EB002 Research Methodology
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EB002 Research Methodology

EB002 Research Methodology

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NURS 6052 Essentials of Evidence-Based Practice

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Full Citation Paulsen, T., Liland, H., Myklebust, T. Å., & Lindemann, K. (2022, February 1). Early referral to a palliative team improves end-of-life care among gynecological cancer patients: A retrospective, population-based study. International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer. Retrieved September 17, 2022, from link Price, D. M., Strodtman, L. K., Montagnini, M., Smith, H. M., & Ghosh, B. (2018, November 21). Health professionals perceived concerns and challenges in providing supportive care to cancer patients. SAGE journals. Retrieved September 17, 2022, from link Kao, Y.-H., & Chiang, J.- K. (2015, August 19). Effect of hospice care on quality indicators of end-of-life care among patients with liver cancer: A national longitudinal population-based study in Taiwan 2000–2011 – BMC Palliative Care. BioMed Central. Retrieved September 17, 2022, from link Schneiter, M. K., Karlekar, M. B., Crispens, M. A., Prescott, L. S., & Brown, A. J. (2019, May 1). The earlier the better: The role of palliative care consultation on aggressive end of life care, Hospice Utilization, and advance care planning documentation among Gynecologic Oncology Patients. Supportive care in cancer: official journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer. Retrieved September 18, 2022, from link
Why Chosen The study supported the benefits of early referral to palliative care for gynecological cancer patients. Addressed challenges preventing early referrals to palliative/end-of-life care. Showed the impact of hospice care on quality indicators of end-of-life care for liver cancer patients. Highlighted the role of palliative care consultations in reducing aggressive end-of-life care among gynecologic oncology patients.
Brief Description of Aim To examine end-of-life care among gynecological cancer patients and the association with timing of palliative care referral. To assess health professionals’ concerns in providing supportive care to cancer patients. To evaluate the effect of hospice care on end-of-life care quality for liver cancer patients. To evaluate the role of palliative care consultations in reducing aggressive end-of-life care among gynecologic oncology patients.
Research Methodology Population-based retrospective study in Oslo County, qualitative methodology using medical chart data. Qualitative study using thematic analysis of responses from healthcare providers. Quantitative study using data from Taiwan’s National Health Insurance program. Institutional Review Board approved retrospective chart review. Qualitative data extracted from medical records.
Strengths of Methodology Population-based design with valid and complete data. Large sample size increases reliability. Large population sample enhances reliability. Well-established palliative care team with clear documentation.
References Paulsen et al., 2022 Price et al., 2018 Kao & Chiang, 2015 Schneiter et al., 2019

NURS 6052 Assessment 2 EB002 Research Methodology

References:Paulsen, T., Liland, H., Myklebust, T. Å., & Lindemann, K. (2022, February 1). Early referral to a palliative team improves end-of-life care among gynecological cancer patients: A retrospective, population-based study. International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer. Retrieved September 17, 2022, from https://ijgc.bmj.com/content/32/2/181

Price, D. M., Strodtman, L. K., Montagnini, M., Smith, H. M., & Ghosh, B. (2018, November 21). Health professionals perceived concerns and challenges in providing supportive care to cancer patients. SAGE journals. Retrieved September 17, 2022, from https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1049909118812193?icid=int.sj-full

Kao, Y.-H., & Chiang, J.- K. (2015, August 19). Effect of hospice care on quality indicators of end-of-life care among patients with liver cancer: A national longitudinal population-based study in Taiwan 2000–2011 – BMC Palliative Care. BioMed Central. Retrieved September 17, 2022, from https://doi.org/10.1186/s12904-015-0036-9

Schneiter, M. K., Karlekar, M. B., Crispens, M. A., Prescott, L. S., & Brown, A. J. (2019, May 1). The earlier the better: The role of palliative care consultation on aggressive end of life care, Hospice Utilization, and advance care planning documentation among Gynecologic Oncology Patients. Supportive care in cancer: official journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer. Retrieved September 18, 2022, from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30209601/

NURS 6052 Assessment 2 EB002 Research Methodology

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