Book Report/Review, Nursing Health Promotion/Management of the Rural Population
Book Report/Review, Nursing Health Promotion/Management of the Rural PopulationEvidence-Based Literature Review: Nursing and Other Disciplines. Estimate 7-9 pages. The following 6 criteria are part of this section of the paper.State the databases and the search terms used. 3 ptsProvide a synthesis of nursing theoretical (i.e. any literature that is not research. None of these will appear in the evidence table.) and research articles. (NOTE: A synthesis looks at commonalities across articles and is not a series of article summaries.) Minimum number of references for nursing = 10, with the majority being research. 25 ptsProvide a synthesis of theoretical and research literature from at least two other disciplines. Minimum number of references = 5 per discipline with the majority being research. 10 ptsCreate a summary table for only the research articles included in your review. Include the level of evidence for each research article. See the EBP Evidence Table link for the format. 10 ptsCompare the knowledge from all the disciplines reviewed. AIDress themes common to the disciplines and any special differences. 10 ptsWays of Knowing. Discuss the ways of knowing represented by the literature you reviewed to aIDress the knowledge base related to the phenomenon. Estimate 1-2 pages max. For example, which articles were primarily from the empiric perspective, or a personal knowledge perspective? 10 ptsClarity expected of a scholarly paper; use of correct grammar, and supportive references. Include a summary paragraph at the end of the paper. 15 ptsAPA format. 0-3 errors = -2, 4-6 errors = -4, 7-9- errors = -6, 10-12 errors = -8, 12 errors = -10. 5 pts
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Please include references from :Meleis, A. I. (2012). Theoretical nursing: Development & progress (5th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.Stewart, J. G., & Denisco, S. M. (2015). Role development for the nurse practitioner. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett.Herdman, T.H. & Kamitsuru, S. (Eds.). (2014). NANDA International Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions & Classification, 20152017. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. See attached phenomenoa topic attachmentAlso include discussion of Grand theorist Orem if possible.