NR 505 Week 1: Identification of Area of Interest Discussion

March 1, 2022

NR 505 Week 1: Identification of Area of Interest Discussion

NR 505 Week 1: Identification of Area of Interest Discussion

NR 505 Week 1: Identification of Area of Interest Discussion – For this discussion the focus is on presenting the area of interest for the evidence-based practice proposal that is required for this course.

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  1. State your area of research or evidence-based practice (EBP) interest from NR 500; remember that the topic must be consistent with your specialty track.
  2. State your MSN program specialty track and defend how your selected area of research or EBP interest from NR 500 is consistent with your selected MSN program track.
  3. Would you like to change your area of research or EBP interest from NR 500? Why or why not?
  4. If you changed or modified your area of research or EBP interest, please identify the revised area of research.
  5. Defend how your area of research/EBP interest is of importance to the MSN program specialty track you have selected—scholarly references are required.
  6. Identify an initial PICOT/PICo question that reflects you area of interest for the evidence-based practice proposal that is required for this course.

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Evidence-Based Practice Interest from NR500

In NR 500 the Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) interest that was chosen was research of healthcare interventions and how it can lower the rates of unplanned healthcare in the rural population.  The use of emergency and unplanned care in rural communities have long been increasing.  Unplanned care is defined as the use of healthcare to include all care sought without an advance appointment, such as visits to emergency rooms, unscheduled hospital admissions, and drop-in clinics (Brainard, et, al., 2016).  Patients in the rural areas seek unplanned healthcare due to their decreased involvement with health prevention programs, low socioeconomic statuses, decreased health education, delayed diagnosis of diseases, and decreased support from caregivers who assist with chronic illnesses (Brainard, et. al., 2016).

Specialty Track and Evidence-Based Interest from NR500

The FNP specialty track will assist with obtaining advance knowledge that can be used to educate patients in the rural population about ways to improve their health. The quality of health in rural areas suffers due to the lack of exposure to proper healthcare, which includes health education, preventative programs, and confusion about the proper healthcare regimen (Brainard, et, al., 2016). This area of specialty will allow research of evidence-based practices that will be the driving force for many quality improvement initiatives, creation of standardized practices, and development of new or improved healthcare policies (Brainard, et. al, 2016).  Compared to the urban population, patients in the rural population seek care that is in the chronic states instead of the initial occurrence of symptoms.  This is due in part to their low socioeconomic status and less health education.  As a FNP who plans to provide care in rural areas, the opportunity to initiate care, education, and provide preventative measures is great.  Evidence-based information can be given to patients in the rural population in order to prevent unplanned healthcare.  The use of interventions to improve the populations’ health status can be the main focus of healthcare.  For example, the encouragement of self-care, compliance, symptom management, and the adoption of health related behaviors can be key to the prevention of unplanned healthcare.

NR500 Evidence-Based Interest

My area of EBP interest will remain the same.  As a FNP, the focus will be to utilize advance studies and guidelines into practice.  These interventions will decrease health disparities and reduce the incidence of unplanned healthcare for the rural population, along with the improvement of healthcare cost.  With the planned format of health education and preventative measures, patients can become more familiar with their required medical regimen, thus a reduction of unplanned healthcare can occur.

Evidence-Based Interest Importance to Specialty Track

The research of EBP interest is of importance to the FNP specialty track because new approaches and interventions to reduce unplanned healthcare due to chronic disease and illnesses is needed.  The FNP specialty track will promote an advancement in advance knowledge, allowing the future FNP to use evidence- based practices to guide decisions in the practice setting.  As a FNP, advance knowledge can be used to create interventions that can introduce ways to improve health and ensure consistency in treatment within the rural communities.  For example, encouraging patients to use technology to gain increase education about diagnoses and interventions to prevent further health complications. The recipe for moving toward health in rural, underserved areas will need to include a focus of innovation and outcomes using evidence-based practice and technology (Brainard, et, al., 2016).  This will assist the rural communities with an improved state of health, decreasing mortality, morbidity, improving healthcare cost, and lowering the rates of unplanned healthcare.

PICO

In the rural population (P) does health education, early diagnosis, and health care programs (I) compared to deploying health resources geographically (C) reduce the incidence of unplanned healthcare (O)?

NR 505 Week 1: Identification of Area of Interest Discussion Reference

Brainard, J.S., Ford, J.A., Steel, N. & Jones, A.P. (2016).  A systemic review of health service interventions to reduce use of unplanned healthcare in rural areas.  Journal of Evaluations in Clinical practice, 22(2), 145-155.  doi: 10.111/jep.12470

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