The Impact of Families in the Community during Hospital Closure:
Service: Research Paper Writing
Number of pages: 7 pages (1925 words)
Number of sources: Up to the Writer
Topic of your paper: The Impact of Families in the Community during Hospital Closure: Systematic Review
My proposal is approved for my capstone and I need assistance with writing my last portion. I will email what is needed in the final project
This is a systematic review
we need secondary data analysis as well, if you can help
Published Outcomes and Research
You should complete this subsection when conducting a systematic review of relevant published findings and conclusions from other researchers and scholars. Data and evidence that have not been analyzed belong in the next sections.
List databases and search engines used to find outcomes and research related to the practice problem.
List key search terms and combinations of search terms used. (More detailed search terms may be included in an appendix and referenced here, if appropriate).
Describe the scope of this review in terms of years searched, as well as types of literature and sources searched.
Clarify how this search will be exhaustive and comprehensive.
Note: This type of systematic review needs to be a deeper and more thorough exploration of the topic, as discussed in the Context subsection in Section 2.
Archival and Operational Data
You should complete this section for doctoral projects that will involve analysis of an organizations operational data that have been (or will be) routinely collected in the organizational context (i.e., serves a purpose other than completion of the doctoral project) but have not yet been analyzed at the time of proposal approval.
Describe the nature of the data, including information on who contributed them originally.
Justify the relevance of these data to the practice problem in this project.
Describe how the data were originally collected by the organization, focusing on their overall validity as a source of evidence. Note any limitations inherent in the data.
Describe the procedure for gaining access to the evidence, including permissions to gain access to operational data
If historical or legal documents are used as a source of evidence, demonstrate the reputability of the sources and justify why they represent the best source.
Evidence Generated for the Doctoral Project
You should complete this section for evidence and data that will be primarily generated for the purpose the doctoral project, and not part of the normal operations of the site.
Provide a step-by-step description of how this evidence will be collected, paying specific attention to the following topics.
Describe the individuals who will contribute evidence to aIDress the practice-focused question(s), paying attention to:
choice for number of participants,
how they were selected, and
relevance of these participants to the practice-focused question(s).
Describe all tools and/or techniques used to collect that evidence and their alignment with the constructs in the doctoral project.
For existing measurement instruments, if applicable, discuss validity and reliability of the scores produced by the instruments, along with any concepts, constructs, or outcomes measured by them. Discuss also, in terms of the above, modifications that were made to any instruments.
For tools that you have created, if applicable, detail must be provided on how they were developed and what strategies were used to assure the validity of the information produced by them.
Note: Identify any instruments to be used in the a) table of contents, b) text of the manuscript, and c) appendices.
Describe procedures used to ensure ethical protection of these participants in the doctoral project.
Discuss strategies for recruiting and developing working relationships with participants.
Discuss measures taken to ensure ethical protection of participants, including data retention plans, incentives, consent process, safeguarding of privacy, and measures to permit participants to withdraw participation.
Describe the role of the Walden University IRB or other bodies in approving the doctoral project.
Note: The names of individual participants and organizations must be masked.
Analysis and Synthesis
Describe the systems used for recording, tracking, organizing, and analyzing the evidenceincluding any software used for these purposes.
Outline the procedures used to assure the integrity of the evidence, including approaches to managing outliers and missing information.
Describe analysis procedures used in the doctoral project to aIDress the practice-focused question(s) (e.g., coding, statistical analyses, etc.).
Section 3 should end with a summary emphasizing key points and transitioning to Section 4.
The completion of Section 3 marks the end of the DNP Doctoral Project Proposal. Completed DNP Doctoral Projects should also include Section 4 (below).
Both DNP Doctoral Project Proposals and completed DNP Doctoral Project papers should be rated in terms of APA style (below final page of this document).
SECTION 4: Findings and Recommendations
Checklist Items Pg/NA Comment History
Remind readers of the local problem, the gap-in-practice, the practice-focused question(s), and the purpose of the doctoral project.
Summarize the sources of evidence, how the evidence was obtained, and the analytical strategies that were used.
Findings and Implications
Report the findings that resulted from analysis and synthesis of the evidence that was collected (not simply the raw numbers or evidence).
Discuss any unanticipated limitations or outcomes and their potential impact on the findings.
Describe the implications resulting from the findings in terms of individuals, communities, institutions, and systems.
Provide potential implications to positive social change.
Describe the proposed or recommended solutions that will potentially aIDress the gap-in-practice, as informed by the findings discussed above (e.g., policies, practice guidelines, protocols, standards, etc.); include these recommended products in appendices and provide any detail needed to understand or use the products.
If applicable, describe any proposed secondary products that will guide the use of the primary products in practice. Any secondary products should be included in appendices, discussed in the text of the paper, and referenced so that readers know where to look to find the actual products.
If applicable, describe the recommended implementation and evaluation procedures in sufficient detail that administrative decision makers not involved in development and planning can assign and supervise them without further planning.
Note: Implementation of the recommendations is not required for completion of the DNP doctoral project.
Contribution of the Doctoral Project Team (if applicable)
Summarize the process of working with the doctoral project team, including the responsibilities taken by team members.
Describe the roles the project team played in developing the final recommendations and/or product(s).
Discuss any plans to extend the project beyond the DNP doctoral project.
Strength and Limitations of the Project
Discuss the strengths and the limitations of the doctoral project.
Include recommendations for future projects aIDressing similar topics and using similar methods.
SECTION 5: Dissemination Plan
Describe the plans to disseminate this work to the institution experiencing the problem in practice.
Based on the nature of the product, clarify the audiences and venues that would be appropriate for dissemination of the project to the broader nursing profession.
Analysis of Self
Provide an analysis-of-self in the role as practitioner, scholar, and project manager; drawing connection between this project experience, present state, and long-term professional goals.
Describe the completion of the project, discussing challenges, solutions, and insights gained on the scholarly journey.
Note: This section can be written in the first person.
The section/paper should close with a concluding statement about the doctoral project, making its essential message clear to readers.