Cancer PICOT Question

March 6, 2022

Cancer PICOT Question

Cancer PICOT Question

Cancer PICOT Question

Question description

PICOT Question

Cancer PICOT Question: In adult end stage cancer patients in hospice care (P) does the provision of care by a palliative care trained nurse (I) compared to hospice patients receiving care from nurses without palliative care training (C) enhance the quality of life as self-reported by patients and families (O)) over a period of three months (T).

The Cancer PICOT Question elements are as follows:

Population: Adult end stage cancer patients in hospice care

Intervention: Receiving nursing care from a palliative care trained nurse

Comparison: One group receiving care from a nurse without palliative care training

Outcome: Enhance the quality of life as self-reported by patients and families

Time: Over a period of three months.

Proposed research design for you PICOT question.

Please look at the grading rubric for the Research Design. Which also includes a discussion posting and a feedback response to a least one other classmates posting.

Discussion: Proposed Research Design for PICOT Question (2 points): Content Possible Points Possible

Points

Possible

Points

Comments/

Points Earned

Proposed Research Design is applicable to PICOT question 1.0 Point

The research design is well-defined and described in enough detail to guide the PICOT question

0.5 Points

Research design is not well-defined and/or enough detail is not provided to guide the PICOT question

0 Points

No research design is identified.

No details are provided to guide the PICOT question.

Response to Peer Posting 1.0 Point

Detailed response provided to one peer in response to their research design. Response provides guidance for the development of the research design.

0.5 Points

Response not detailed enough to provide guidance for the development of the research design.

0 Points

No peer response is posted

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Central issues in clinical work, where clinical questions often arise

  1. Clinical findings: how to properly gather and interpret findings from the history and physical examination.
  2. Etiology/risk: how to identify causes or risk factors for disease (including iatrogenic harms).
  3. Clinical manifestations of disease: knowing how often and when a disease causes its clinical manifestations and how to use this knowledge in classifying our patients’ illnesses.
  4. Differential diagnosis: when considering the possible causes of our patients’ clinical problems, how to select those that are
    Cancer PICOT Question

    Cancer PICOT Question

    likely, serious, and responsive to treatment.

  5. Diagnostic tests: how to select and interpret diagnostic tests, in order to confirm or exclude a diagnosis, based on considering their precision, accuracy, acceptability, safety, expense, etc.
  6. Prognosis: how to estimate our patient’s likely courses over time and anticipate likely complications of the disorder.
  7. Therapy: how to select treatments to offer our patients, that do more good than harm and that are worth the efforts and costs of using them.
  8. Prevention: how to reduce the chance of disease by identifying and modifying risk factors and how to diagnose disease early by screening.
  9. Experience and meaning: how to empathize with our patients’ situations, appreciate the meaning they find in the experience, and understand how this meaning influences their healing.
  10. Improvement: how to keep up-to-date, improve our clinical and other skills, and run a better, more efficient clinical care system.
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