Will implementing mandatory diabetes screenings starting at age ten in Native American children, compared to no mandatory screenings, reduce the rates of type two Diabetes Mellitus in a five year time frame?

Will implementing mandatory diabetes screenings starting at age ten in Native American children, compared to no mandatory screenings, reduce the rates of type two Diabetes Mellitus in a five year time frame?

Information for MSN Evidence-based Proposal
The MSN EBP proposal includes two types of information: 1) research process and 2) MSN EBP proposal learning activity. Items in GREEN are Research Process Steps; Items in Blue are MSN assignment learning activity requirements. The MSN learning activities would NOT be part of a formal research proposal.
**THIS IS A QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH**

MY PICO QUESTION IS: Will implementing mandatory diabetes screenings starting at age ten in Native American children, compared to no mandatory screenings, reduce the rates of type two Diabetes Mellitus in a five year time frame?
Quantitative PICOT:
P= Native American children
I= Will mandatory diabetes screenings starting at age ten
C= Compared to no mandatory screenings
O= reduce the rates of type two Diabetes Mellitus
T= In a five year time frame

**THIS IS A CONTINUATION OF 2 ATTACHED PAPERS**

Week 7

? Data Collection (two parts: 1) specific data collection method; 2) data collection procedure)
For QUANTITATIVE data collection methods:
• Describe the specific data collection method (ie. Questionnaire, data collection from medical record; data recorded from observations) and what data will be collected.
• Describe the data collection procedure; answering what, who, how, when and where data collection will occur. Also, describe the data collection points; which refers to the number of times the same data will be collected. For example, one data point would mean data is collected once, at the beginning or end of the intervention. Two data points would mean data would be collected after the intervention and repeated three months after the intervention.
• Length of time for data collection. Data collection time differs from data collection points.
• Describe how data quality will be fostered-think consistency and reliability of data and data collectors
• Recommended length: 1-2 pages
For QUALITATIVE data collection methods:
• Describe the data collection method (i.e. observation, interviews or focus group are the most common)
• Describe the data collection procedure. Provide a detailed explanation on how data collection will occur-ie. Tape-recorded, researcher notes
• Explain data collection points. For example individual interviews will be conducted twice, two weeks apart.
• Explain length of time for data collection. For example: each interview will conducted for 20-30 minutes
• Explain method to achieve data saturation and emerging themes
• Description of 2 methods that would be useful in enhancing data quality or referred to as trustworthiness
• Recommended length: 1-2 pages
? Data Analysis (two section of analysis: 1) descriptive statistics to analyze sample characteristics and 2) inferential statistics to answer the research question and type of analysis)
For QUANITATIVE data analysis:
• Descriptive Statistics —list the sample characteristics, type of measurement (nominal, ordinal ratio) for each characteristic and the type of descriptive statistic used to analyze each characteristic.
o Frequency distribution
o Percentage
o Central tendency – mean
o Inferential Statistics—which inferential statistical test to achieve the type of analysis – difference, relationship, effectiveness
o Cross tabulation
o Correlation
o Chi square
o t-test
o ANOVA
• Recommended length: 1 page


 

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