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NSG 512 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Systematic Review Critique

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NSG 512 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment  Systematic Review Critique



Systematic reviews are the pillars of evidence-based health care and

are secondary research, which is the development of a study based

upon prior research. Researchers compile studies into one review and

conduct a thorough analysis of an issue. These reviews allow

researchers to judge the quality of studies and make suggestions after

replicating the research methods used. This method of research is

popular in the health care industry because it identifies solutions to

complex issues, increases accuracy, and resolves discrepancies.

Read the open-access article assigned to your team using the link

provided in the Ch. 29 toolkit.

  • Atlantis, E., Fahey, P., & Foster, J. (2014). Collaborative care for

comorbid depression and diabetes: A systematic review and metaanalysis.

BMJ Open, 4, e004706.

  • Bridges, J., Nicholson, C., Maben, J., Pope, C., Flatley, M.,

Wilkinson, C., ... Tziggili, M. (2013). Capacity for care: Metaethnography

of acute care nurses' experiences of the nurse-patient

relationship. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69, 760-772.

  • Li, Z. Z., Li, Y., Lei, X., Zhang, D., Liu, L., Tang, S., & Chen, L.

(2014). Prevalence of suicidal ideation in Chinese college students: A

meta-analysis. PLoS One, 9, e104368.

Utilize the resources in the Chapter 29 Systematic Reviews of

Research Evidence: Meta-Analysis, Meta-synthesis, and Mixed Studies

Review toolkit as a guide to completing your systematic review critique.

Box 29.1 in the toolkit provides critiquing guidelines.

Prepare an 8- to 12-slide presentation using Microsoft® PowerPoint® or

a presentation tool of your choice summarizing your findings.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your team's presentation


SupportingMaterial:Resource Manual for Nursing Research

Linked Objectives: 1.3

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