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“In adult patients with CVC, does interventional staff education about hub hygiene provided to RN’s who access the CVCimpact CLABSI rates compared to pre and post-intervention assessments over a two month period?”
Using feedback from your instructor on your PICOT question and annotated bibliographies, revise your PICOT question and annotations.
Using your annotations, write a 1,250-1500 word paper, in which you evaluate the literature, including the study conclusions, merits, and shortcomings. Your evaluation should address the following questions, and your conclusions should be supported with appropriate citations.
In which studies are the themes of the literature review similar? Different? In which studies do the data support the conclusion? In which studies do the conclusions answer the research question? What questions would you ask the authors? How might the evidence in these studies be of use to refining you PICOT question or perhaps formulating or implementing your DPI project?
Empirical Research Identification Kerry S. Murphy Grand Canyon University Introduction to DNP Studies DNP-801-O503 Jamie Pagels February 12, 2018 Research Article Chart Criteria and Defining CharacteristicsArticle 1: Calabrese, S. K., Earnshaw, V. A., Underhill, K., Hansen, N. B., & Dovidio, J. F. (2014). The impact of patient race on clinical decisions related to prescribing HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP): assumptions about sexual risk compensation and implications for access. AIDS and Behavior, 18(2), 226-240.Article 2: Liu, A. Y., Kittredge, P. V., Vittinghoff, E., Raymond, H. F., Ahrens, K., Matheson, T., … & Buchbinder, S. P. (2008). Limited knowledge and use of HIV post-and pre-exposure prophylaxis among gay and bisexual men. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 47(2), 241-247. Article 3: Grant, R. M., Anderson, P. L., McMahan, V., Liu, A., Amico, K. R., Mehrotra, M., … & Buchbinder, S. (2014). Uptake of pre-exposure prophylaxis, sexual practices, and HIV incidence in men and transgender women who have sex with men: a cohort study. The Lancet infectious diseases, 14(9), 820-829.Abstract After reading the abstract what do you expect to learn from the article? The abstract learning reveals daily oral pre-exposure PrEP with TDF-FTC canis able to reduce the risk factor of HIV infection in men and women. The abstract mentions purpose of reviewing and summarizing the adherence analyses from pre-exposure prophylaxis clinical trials and antiretroviral treatment adherence matters.The study reveals to implement the PrEP treatment for mitigation of HIV infection. The learning assists to prevent HIV spread among the gay and bisexual men. The report also mentions about the development PrEP treatment and its future role in prevention of HIV infectionThe HIV PrEP use and effects are dependent upon the adherence factor, uptake, and sexual practices. The cohort study is chosen, and the population is men and transgender women….