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Deakin University Master of Nursing Practice (Critical Care Suite)HNN752 Annotated Bibliography 20211HNN 752 Core Principles of Care for the Critically Ill PatientAssessment Task 1: Annotated BibliographyPurpose of assessment taskNurses have a professional responsibility to provide safe and high quality care, ensuring nursing care is informedby evidence based practice (EBP). This assessment task will assist critical care nurses to achieve key EBP skills(ask, acquire, appraise and interpret, apply, and evaluate) necessary for integrating best research evidence withclinical expertise and patient values and preferences for safe high quality care. This assessment task will enablethe student to demonstrate their capacity to acquire, appraise and interpret research literature on a clinicalpractice issue and reflect on how the findings from these studies inform the student’s nursing practice. Inaddition, the student will demonstrate their academic writing skills of analysis, synthesis and critique in order todraw conclusions about best evidence to inform clinical practice.Word length: 1500 wordsWeighting: 40%Due date: Friday May 14th 2021 Time:Location:Format:8:00 pmAssignment dropbox on HNN752 CloudDeakin unit sitePDF* or word *PDF conversion software is available here on Deakin Software Catalogue• Please check the document before submitting to the dropbox to ensure the formatting has not changed.• You are responsible for ensuring that the correct version of your assessment task is properly uploaded into thecorrect assessment dropbox.Topic background:Aggression and violence from patients and visitors is a global healthcare concern, with up to 38% of healthcareprofessionals reported to have experienced physical violence over their career1. As nurses within the emergencyand critical care settings, you are likely to be involved in or witness episodes of aggression and violence. Theseunpredictable behaviours may contribute to patient and staff harm and are precipitated by impaired copingskills and communication breakdown associated with substances of abuse, cognitive and mental health issues,and other personal issues experienced by the patient or visitor. Recommendations that equip healthcareprofessionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to de-escalate and prevent unpredictable behaviour21 World Health Organization (2021). Preventing violence against health workers. Retrieved fromwww.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/violence/workplace/en/2 Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. (2017-2021). Action 5.33 and Action 5.34. Minimising patient harm. 5.Comprehensive Care Standard. ACSQHC. Retrieved from https://www.safetyandquality.gov.au/standards/nsqhsstandards/comprehensive-care-standard/minimising-patient-harmDeakin University Master of Nursing Practice (Critical Care Suite)HNN752 Annotated Bibliography 20212including violence against healthcare professionals are informed by clinical research and incorporated withinnational and international policies and standards in this area3,4.Task Description:This assignment is an annotated bibliography. You are required to select five research articles from peerreviewed journals to address one nursing practice issue related to assessing and/or managing patient and visitoraggression and violence within an acute hospital setting. Write an annotated bibliography for each study,followed by an essay that defines the nursing practice issue, provides a synthesis and critique of the overallfindings from the five annotations, and discusses the implications for your clinical practice.Instructions for this assessment task:• The specific nursing practice issue as a central theme for this assessment task needs to be relevant to yourown clinical context.• You may only use primary research to annotate.o Do not use traditional literature reviews, integrative reviews or systematic reviews, as these aresecondary sources or secondary research, and are too difficult to annotate according to theinstructions.o Be cautious about reports on quality improvement initiatives/projects or process evaluation, asextracting information accordingly to annotation instructions may not be possible. Qualityimprovement (QI) projects report on processes undertaken to improve clinical standards, usingmethods such as clinical audit or survey data with descriptive statistics but these reports areoften without a predetermined research question or methods of analysis, therefore thesereports are not primary research. If in doubt about QI (as some articles may have both QI andresearch components), use the discussion board to clarify if is the reference is appropriate touse for this assessment task. Please include in the discussion thread the specific researchquestion of the QI report and its intended method of analysis.o You may find it useful as part of your background reading to seek integrative reviews,systematic reviews or quality improvement projects (when available) to help identify key issuesand themes around aggression and violence in the acute setting. This background work mayhelp scope the breadth and depth of the research within your chosen topic area beforeselecting relevant primary research to support your arguments (i.e. analysis, synthesis andcritique).• No direct quotations should be used in an annotated bibliography.• Write the annotated bibliography allocating approximately 200 words for each research article (total ofapproximately 1000 words).• Use the full reference as the heading of each annotation.3 World Health Organization (2021). Preventing violence against health workers. Retrieved fromwww.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/violence/workplace/en/4 Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. (2017-2021). Action 5.33 and Action 5.34. Minimising patient harm. 5.Comprehensive Care Standard. ACSQHC. Retrieved from https://www.safetyandquality.gov.au/standards/nsqhsstandards/comprehensive-care-standard/minimising-patient-harmDeakin University Master of Nursing Practice (Critical Care Suite)HNN752 Annotated Bibliography 20213• Each annotation must begin on a new page and be a complete and coherent paragraph.• Each annotation must include a summary of the following elements:o research purpose/aim and/or questiono research designo setting and sample (location, type and number of participants)o method: comparisons and outcomes of interest (if applicable), main method of data collectionand main method of analysis for the main resulto the main result including descriptive and/or inferential statistics (if applicable)o study limitation(s) (only the most significant limitations identified by the authors, or as aninformed judgement)o overall finding and study conclusion (Note: ‘results’ are presented as data, ‘findings’ arestatements about the observed trend within the data/results)o implication(s) for your clinical practice (a statement/reflection about the relevance of the studyfindings/conclusion/recommendations to your own clinical practice or what aspects may/maynot be generalisable/transferable to your own clinical context and why).• The essay component must begin on a new page and may have a heading such as “Essay”• Write the essay allocating approximately 500 words. The essay should analyse, synthesise and critique theoverall findings from studies within the annotated bibliography. Explain how these findings inform yournursing practice, including any recommendations for practice change.• All five research articles must be included in the essay.• In the essay component, provide a brief introduction prior to the body of the essay, followed by aconclusion.o The introduction component must be included as part of the essay, not preceding theannotations.o The body of the essay constitutes about 80% of the essay’s word limit and is normally organisedinto paragraphs of approximately 150 words with each paragraph focused on explaining oneidea. There should be a logical progression of ideas as demonstrated by logically linkedarguments/discussion made in each paragraph. Each paragraph should commence with a topicsentence and end with a link to the next paragraph.o The conclusion paragraph should provide a summation of ideas, draw together the discussion,present no new material (references are not expected in the conclusion paragraph) and offersyour position/argument drawn from the discussion.• Subheadings are not required in the essay.• You are not required to reference additional material in the essay but may do so to introduce your practiceissue as part of the background to the topic.• Acknowledge sources and adhere to referencing conventions as per APA 7th Stylewww.deakin.edu.au/referencing.• All annotations are included in your reference listDeakin University Master of Nursing Practice (Critical Care Suite)HNN752 Annotated Bibliography 20214• The conventions of written English are expected to be followed to ensure clarity of discussion. This includescorrect use of grammar, punctuation and spelling as well as the use of appropriate sentence and paragraphstructure. It is also expected that word choice will be formal and professional language will be used.Presentation requirements:Title Page:Include the following information on separate lines; Title of Paper (bold font), Student Name/s, IDnumber, University/Institution Name, Unit Code, Due Date and Word count.Formatting of Title Page: Centred text alignment and double-line spacing.Title of paper will state Annotated bibliography: followed by a short sentence indicating your theme (forexample, “Predictors of aggression and violence in the emergency department”).Font:Writing is to be in an accessible font. Examples of these include:12-point type size Times New Roman.11-point type size Georgia.11-point type size Calibri.11-point type size Arial.Ensure the same font is used consistently throughout the entire paper.Spacing:Double-line spacing (Do not insert extra lines between paragraphs or the references list entries.).Page numbersPage numbers to be provided on all pages. Place page number in the top right hand corner.Margins2.54 cm at the top, bottom, left-hand, and right-hand sides of the page (default page margin).Paragraph indentsIndent the first line of each paragraph 1.27 cm (using the tab key or paragraph tool).Exceptions: abstract, block quotations, title page (centred alignment), titles and headings, table titlesand notes, references (hanging indent), appendix labels and titles. (Consult with APA 7 style manual forspecific detail).Justification of textAll text needs to be aligned to the left, not justified (right margin remains uneven).Word CountAssignments must be no more than 10% above or below the indicated word count, notincluding title page, in-text citations and reference listsDeakin University Master of Nursing Practice (Critical Care Suite)HNN752 Annotated Bibliography 20215Resources for essay writingThe following links provide guidance for essay writing• http://www.deakin.edu.au/students/studying/study-support/academic-skills• https://www.deakin.edu.au/students/studying/study-support/academic-skills/assignment-planner• http://www.deakin.edu.au/students/studying/study-support/academic-skills/academic-style• https://www.deakin.edu.au/students/studying/study-support/academic-skills/annotatedbibliography• http://www.deakin.edu.au/students/studying/study-support/academic-skills/essay-writing• https://www.sydney.edu.au/students/writing/types-of-academic-writing.html(resource about the difference between descriptive, analytic and persuasive writing)• https://apastyle.apa.org/blogMarking criteria (rubric)• This assignment will be marked according to the Marking Feedback Rubric in this document. The rubric isvery detailed, provides direction about the components of the annotations and the essay and breaks downeach criteria and assists you identify the standard of work needed to achieve each of the grades(unsatisfactory, pass, credit, distinction, high distinction). It is also a means of getting feedback on yourwork as we will use it to assess the level to which you have met each of the criteria.Resources to support you to complete this assessment:• These guidelines• Audiovisual presentation on Cloud Deakin in the assessment folder. This includes informationabout the elements that need to be included in each section.• FAQs under the ‘Tools’ tab on Cloud Deakin• The marking rubricHNN752 Core Principles of Care for the Critically Ill Patient – Assessment Task 1 – Marking Feedback Rubric6HNN752 Core Principles of Care for the Critically Ill Patient, Assessment Task 1: Annotated Bibliography, weighting 40%Total marks: 70 marksPerformance High Distinction Distinction Credit Pass UnsatisfactoryStandards Criterion 1:AnnotationsExtract accurateinformation andsummarise five peerreviewed studies(primary research),according to theinstructions.Provide a statement onthe implications forclinical practice or areflection on the study’susefulness, taking intoaccount the student’sown clinical context.(30 marks)Clear, succinct andcompleteannotationspresentedconsistentlyaccording to thepre-specifiedstructure, includingan evaluativestatement/reflectionspecific to thestudent’s context/practice area.(24-30 marks)Annotationscontain most ofthe key elementsof the prespecifiedstructureincluding anevaluativestatement orreflection thatclearly links thespecificannotation to thestudent’scontext/practicearea.Annotationscontains mostlyaccurateinformation withsome minorknowledge gapsormisinterpretationsof the data.(21-23 marks)Some annotationscontain most of the keyelements of the prespecified structure.The student describessome links betweenthe specific annotationand the students’context in theirevaluativestatement/reflection.Some annotations aremostly accurate andother annotationscontain omissions,knowledge gaps and/ormisinterpretation ofthe data.(18-20 marks)Annotations must containenough information forthe reader to understandthe described study.Some elements of the prespecified structure arepresent and keyinformation is accuratedespite some annotationshaving irrelevant,misinterpreted, ormisrepresentedinformation.The student provided asummary of the findingsand may have astatement/reflection/related to the students’context/practice area insome annotations.(15-17 marks)The student has not followedthe pre-specified structure forsummarising research.Annotations contain morethan two inappropriatesecondary sources(editorials/commentary ortraditional reviews), secondaryresearch (integrative orsystematic reviews) and/orquality improvementinitiative/project/audit.Annotations do not provide anaccurate summary of theresearch.(< 15 marks)Criterion 2: EssayEvaluate evidence fromannotations to addressthe specific practiceissue and make anargument for/againstthe transferability ofthe findings into thestudent’s clinicalcontext/practice area.(20 marks)Clear and concisesummary of theresearch evidencewith analysis,synthesis andcritique of theannotations.Conclusion aredrawn from thediscussion andrecommendationsbased on synthesisand/or critiquefocus on practiceimprovementsand/or mitigation ofrisks associated withaggression and/orviolence.(16-20 marks)Summary ofresearch evidencewith analysis andsynthesis ofannotations andsome critique ofthe researchquality to informtransferability ofthe findings.Conclusions aredrawn from thediscussion withthe main practiceimplication orrecommendationbased onsynthesis and/orcritique.(14-15 marks)Extracts keyinformation andsyntheses someannotations to providea summary ofevidence. Thediscussion may bedescriptive at times.Conclusions are drawnfrom the discussionwith the mainimplication and/orrecommendation forclinical practicedescribed.(12-13 marks)Essay must contain enoughinformation for the readerto understand the specificpractice issue and thecentral theme extractedfrom the annotations.The discussion is mainlydescriptive and may lackdepth, breadth,integration or cohesion.However, some analysis ofthe theme is present toinform clinical practice.Conclusion is drawn fromthe discussion.(10-11 marks)Absence of a central theme toaddress the nursing practiceissue.Discussion is inconsistent withthe annotations and mayinclude irrelevant and/ormisleading information, orinaccurate description of theliterature related to a centraltheme/title.(< 10 marks) HNN752 Core Principles of Care for the Critically Ill Patient – Assessment Task 1 – Marking Feedback Rubric7 Criterion 3Relevant primaryresearch chosen fortheme/nursing practiceissue.(5 marks)All five articlescontributed to acentral theme and astrong, coherentargumentaddressing thespecific practiceissue.(5 marks)Most articlescontributed to acentral theme anda coherentargumentaddressing thespecific practiceissue.(3.5 4 marks)Some articles wererelevant to the chosentheme, but somearticles did notcontribute coherentlytowards the specificpractice issue due tosignificant differencesbetween studies(Differences mayinclude the setting,sample or patientcharacteristics,methods and/orinstruments). In usingdissimilar studies, theessay did not critiquethese limitations thatindicate a study’srelevance.(3 marks)Article selection was toobroad with significantdifferences between studiesmaking it difficult to analyseand synthesise studies tocontribute to a coherentdiscussion addressing thespecific practice issue.(2.5 marks)Primary research selectedwas either irrelevant orinadequate to support thestudent’s chosentheme/nursing practiceissue.(

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