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While the implementation plan prepares students to apply their research to the problem or issue they have identified for their capstone change proposal project, the literature review enables students to map out and move into the active planning and development stages of the project.

A literature review analyzes how current research supports the PICOT, as well as identifies what is known and what is not known in the evidence. Students will use the information from the earlier PICOT Statement Paper and Literature Evaluation Table assignments to develop a 750-1,000 word review that includes the following sections:

  1. Title page
  2. Introduction section
  3. A comparison of research questions
  4. A comparison of sample populations
  5. A comparison of the limitations of the study
  6. A conclusion section, incorporating recommendations for further research

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Running Head: PICOT 1 PICOT Statement on Diabetes Gregory Catania RN Grand Canyon University NRS 490 11/25/18 2 PICOT PICOT Statement on Diabetes Over the past few decades, diabetes has become a predominant health concern in the world. The prevalence of prolonged, non-communicable illnesses is increasing at a rapid rate. It is estimated that about 19 million individuals die annually due to cardiovascular illness, for which diabetes is the major underlying cause (Vakili et al., 2015). At the moment, over 1.7 billion adults worldwide are overweight and 315 million of them being obese. The number of adults with type 2 diabetes is approximated to be 250 million and it is projected to increase to 400 million by 2025 (Marseglia et al., 2016). With these statistics, it implies that a diabetes epidemic is underway. Diabetes occurs due to the impaired glucose sensitivity, whereby the blood glucose is too high. The key risk factors for diabetes include obesity and physical inactivity. Research has proved that the risk of developing diabetes can be significantly reduced by lifestyle changes (RuszkowskaGiastek et al., 2015). That said, this paper illustrates a PICOT statement on diabetes, especially on adults, and how it can be controlled. PICOT Question: An increased glucose level is independently related to an increased A1C level. Does reducing the A1C levels with specialized teaching from the nurse, practitioners, and dieticians help to control diabetes on adult patients? Population: The population for the study are American adult patients diagnosed for type 2 diabetes, aging 40 to 60 years old. This population is heterogeneous with respect to comorbidities and general health status, which is important to establishing the appropriate intervention. 3 PICOT Intervention: The intervention is quite essential as it explains on the way the researchers addressed the problem and helped the population specified for the study. Implementation of dietary and lifestyle changes would help control type 2 diabetes. Comparison: In order to determine whether the intervention is successful, A1C levels would be measured before and after the changes in lifestyle and diet. Outcome: At the end of the study, it is expected that the A1C levels of adult diabetic patients would reduce. Timeframe: The research would be conducted over a period of 12 weeks. PICOT Statement Control of type 2 diabetes for American newly diagnosed adult patients has been problematic (P) due to the poor lifestyle and diet, which leads to an increased glucose level. Specialized teaching from the nurse, practitioners, and dieticians is an effective strategy to make the patients live appropriately by eating the right food and doing exercises (I), which can enable them to control their A1C levels (C) and live the normal life (O) within 12 weeks (T). Education as regards to lifestyle modifications has been proved to be an effective intervention for controlling type 2 diabetes. Kuo et al. (2015) indicate that lifestyle interventions such as regular exercises and diet changes reduce the incidence of diabetes by 53 percent compared 4 PICOT to the control group. People assigned to these interventions reported reduced A1C levels than the control group. In a similar study by Islam, et al. (2014), changing the lifestyle plays a key role in reducing in the glucose levels, which further minimizes the cases of diabetes by 27 percent. Hence, there is an important relationship between increased glucose level and increased A1C level as well as the lifestyle change and reduced A1C levels, which leads to effective control of diabetes. Among patients with pre-diabetes, it is worth to control their diet and do regular exercises to help in a decrease of diabetes occurrence. Failure to prevent diabetes means increased mortality. It is, therefore, the responsibility of each person to ensure they are living a healthy life to lower the risk of diabetes. 5 PICOT References Islam, S.M.S., Alam, D.S., & Wahiduzzaman, M., Nielsen, L.W, Fresch, G., Ferrari, U, Seisoler, J, Rouf, H, M.A & Lechner, A. (2014). Clinical Characteristics and Complications of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Attending an Urban Hospital in Bangladesh. Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research Reviews, 1-7 Kuo, Y., Goodwin, J.S. & Chen, N. Lwin, K.K., Baillargeon, J., & Raji, M.A. (2015). Diabetes Mellitus Care Providers by Nurse Practitioners versus Primary Care Physicians, Journal of American Geriatric Society. 63 (10), 1980-1988 Marseglia, A., Fratigioni, L., Laukka, E.J., Santoni, G., Pedersen, J., Backman, L. & Xu, W. (2016). Early Cognitive Deficits in Type 2 Diabetes A Population Based Study. Journal of Alzheimer Disease. 53, 1069-1078 Ruszkowska-Giastek, B., Sollup, A., Wernik, T., Rupiecht, Z., Golalczkyk, K., Gadomska, G. & Rosc, D. (2015). Effect of Uncontrolled Hyperglycemia on levels of Adhesion Molecules in Patient with Diabetic Mellitus Type 2. Zhejiang University- Science (Biomedical and Biotechnology) 16 (5), 355-361 Vakili, S.T.T., Nezami, B.G., Shetty, A., Chetty, V.K. & Srinivasan, S. (2015). Association of High Dietary Saturated Fat Intake and Uncontrolled Diabetes with Constipation: Evidence from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Neurogastoral Motil, 27 (10), 1389-1397 Literature Evaluation Table Student Name: Gregory Catania RN Change Topic (2-3 sentences): Better Diabetic A1C control in outpatient adult clinic with specialized nursing visits that include education, lifestyle changes, medications and diet. Criteria Author, Journal (Peer-Reviewed), and Permalink or Working Link to Access Article Article 1 Article 2 Islam, S.M.S. et al. Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome, Clinical Research & Reviews http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ds x.2014.09.014 Marseglia, A. et al. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease Vol. 53, p.1069-1078 http://dx.doi.org/10 .3233/JAD-160266 Article 3 Kuo, Y. et al. Journal of American Geriatric Society (10), 1980-1988 https://doi.org/10.111 1/jgs.13662 Clinical Characteristics and Complications of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Attending an Urban Hospital in Bangladesh (2014) Early Cognitive Deficits in Type 2 Diabetes A Population Based Study (2016) Diabetes Mellitus Care Providers by Nurse Practitioners versus Primary Care Physicians (2015) Research Questions (Qualitative)/Hypo thesis (Quantitative), and Purposes/Aim of Study To find out the relationship of social economic factors in T2D with complications of diabetes To explore biochemical characteristics in T2D and diabetic related complications To find out diabetic related complications among Pt taking oral medications and development of complications To find out if uncontrolled diabetes has an effect on cognitive function- a predisposition to dementia To explore differences in cost of care between Nursing practitioners compared with primary care physicians Study explored eye examination, cholesterol, HbA1C, neuropathy, referrals and costs between NP and Primary physicians. The study aim: to investigate if there is a difference in cost and level of care between Nursing practitioners and primary care Study aim: To investigate the clinical features of patients with type 2 diabetes on oral medications and determine the complications and risk factors in the patients (515). Study Aim: To find out the effect of uncontrolled Almadhoun, M.R et al. Journal of Clinical and Experimental pharmacology 8 (3), p.1-10 DOI:10.4172/21611459.1000250 Article Title and Year Published Purpose of the study is to find out if diabetes contributes to risk of dementia (196) Article 4 © 2015. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. Assessment of Medication Adherence and its association with glycemic control among type 2 diabetes mellitus patient in Gaza (2018) To find out if medication adherence has any effect on glycemic control among T2D patients Quantitative study diabetes on the risk of dementia physicians The study was a cross-sectional quantitative study Sample size was 196 in a home for the elderly in Sweden Retrospective cohort study Cross-sectional study Evaluating data provided by Medicaid from beneficiary of primary care N=64,354 The data collected was coded and analyzed with regard to study variables T2D in Gaza attending diabetic clinic Sample size 148 Design (Type of Quantitative, or Type of Qualitative) Setting/Sample Study was a cross-sectional quantitative inquiry Methods: Intervention/Instru ments Mixed method data collected through questionnaire, face to face interview, laboratory investigations ECG, eGFR, Blood pressure machine, observation during outpatient visit The collected data was analyzed using descriptive statistics, and inferential statistics. The analysis deployed used t-test, logic analysis and simple logic regression analysis Methods included observation, laboratory tests, cognitive functions tests Analysis was done using multivariate linear regression to estimate differences and multi-nominal logistic regression to examine association Statistical Logistic regression model The study revealed that even in the best clinical setting the control of diabetes was suboptimal. Average HBA1C was 8.3; hypertension 51%, 71% had uncontrolled T2D. Uncontrolled diabetes led to eye complications (68.9%), chronic kidney disease (21.3%), CVD (11.8%) and Neurological issues (2.5) from the study subjects. There is need to have consistent screening using HBA1C goal, reduce BP and addition of statins to treatment regimens to help lower high cholesterol. The study reported that uncontrolled diabetes exposes patient to risk of dementia. There was no significant difference the two groups regarding costs except Nursing practitioners rarely performed eye examinations, there is risk of Nursing practitioners Rx wrong medications Control is diabetes is essential in reducing risks associated with diabetic complication. Diabetic control will delay cognitive problems in patient T2D Controlling diabetes help delay cognitive function impairment, nurses can help patients There is need to have a treatment protocol that investigates eyes, Hb AIC, CVD, Neurological complications to improve primary care Need to improve medical adherence to improve T2D glycemic control Nurses have a significant role in helping patient with T2D manage tighter glycemic control. The article is important because adherence to drugs leads to Analysis Key Findings Recommendations Explanation of How the Article Supports EBP/Capstone Project Sample size 515 patient at outpatient setting. The article recommends control of blood sugar as a means of reducing diabetic complications. PICOT study seeks to enhance the use of © 2017. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. Patients were followed through face to face questionnaire, laboratory examination to monitor progress Descriptive statistics and inferential statistics done. Regression analysis to determine influence of independent variables The study found out that majority of the patients did not comply with treatment instruction leading to 56.1% having poor control. HBA1C as measure of controlling T2D through education, screening and patient management in diet & lifestyle change because drugs alone are insufficient. Criteria Author, Journal (Peer-Reviewed), and Permalink or Working Link to Access Article Article 5 gain proper control through education, diet, exercise and medication Article 6 Nurses can help patient and doctors achieve targeted Hb AIC < 6.4 Article 7 better glycemic control Article 8 Ruszkowska-Giastek, B. et al. Vakili, S.T.T. et al. Wol, S.K. et al. Kostev, K. et al. Zhejiang UniversityScience (Biomedical and Biotechnology) Neurogastoral Motil, 27 (10), 1389-1397 Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing 48 92) 182-194 Journal of Diabetes, science and technology https://doi.org/10.4 040/jkan.2018.48.2 .182 https://doi.org/10 .1177/193229681 7710477 Prescription Patterns in Disease control in T2D Mellitus in Nursing home and Home care setting: Retrospective Analysis in Germany (2018) To determine the influence of treatment setting on diabetes control https://link.springer.com/c ontent/pdf/10.1631%2Fjz us.B1400218.pdf https://dx.doi.org/10. 1111%2Fnmo.12630 Article Title and Year Published Effect of Uncontrolled Hyperglycemia on levels of Adhesion Molecules in Patient with Diabetic Mellitus Type 2 (2015) Association of High Dietary Saturated Fat Intake and Uncontrolled Diabetes with Constipation: Evidence from the National Health and Nutrition (2015). The effects of health mentoring program in community dwelling vulnerable elderly individuals with diabetes (2018) Research Questions (Qualitative)/Hyp othesis (Quantitative), and Purposes/Aim of Study To evaluate the concentration of soluble forms of vascular adhesion in patient with controlled and uncontrolled diabetes type 2 Cross-sectional Quantitative study Hypothesis there is no relationship between diabetes and constipation. To determine the influence of mentoring in the community on health treatment outcome in T2D Design (Type of Quantitative, or Type of Qualitative) Setting/Sample The Study was a quantitative controlled randomized inquiry Examination Survey Poland sample size 62 with 35 diabetic, 27 diabetic uncontrolled and 25 healthy subjects Diabetic patients non- Hispanic 6207 subjects Methods: Intervention/Instr uments Laboratory analysis, urine, blood and kidney function tests Physical and laboratory examination, BMI, Cross –sectional study, randomized, control, quantitative design Korea setup with elderly at risk of dementia, diabetes complications 96 at the start and 70 at study end. Follow up, laboratory analysis © 2017. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. Quantitative longitudinal comparative study Germany comparing T2D in nursing homes and at home 9850 subjects /2 Analyzed, stored data between 2011 and 2015 diet water intake Analysis Statistical analysis involved test for normality, ANOVA for variance and Pearson correlation analysis to test relationship among variables Control of diabetes delays vascular impairment Descriptive Statistics and inferential statistical analysis was deployed Descriptive Statistical and inferential statistics analysis Statistical analysis using Wilcoxon tests and Chi squared test to compare analyze results There is a significant relationship between diabetic patients and constipation compared to no diabetic subjects Mentoring is an effective strategy in monitoring the diabetic patients in the community Recommendations Doctors need to ensure tight control of diabetes to prevent vascular complications and neuropathy Diet is instrumental in managing diabetes and ensuring Hb AIC targets are reached for tighter glucose control. Mentoring need to be incorporated in management of T2D in the community Explanation of How the Article Supports EBP/Capstone Control of Diabetes delays diabetic related complication including vascular impairment, CVD and heart disease The article is important because diabetic control can help reduce constipation in T2D pts The nurses are important as treatment facilitators in the community with regard to education There was no significant different between the two groups. The mean age at the nursing homes 80.7 years and those at home 74.8 years. Patients in any set up provided adequate education is offered treatment goals will be achieved. The article is vital because nurses attend to patient’s outpatient and inpatient nurses facilitate glycemic control. Key Findings © 2017. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. Literature Review 1 Unsatisfactory 0.00% 80.0 %Content 10.0 %Introduction 2 Less than Satisfactory 75.00% 3 Satisfactory 79.00% 4 Good 89.00% 5 Excellent 100.00% An introduction is An introduction is An introduction is An introduction is An introduction is not present. present, but it present, and it present, and it present, and it does not relate to relates to the relates to the relates to the the body of the body of the paper. body of the body of the paper. There is nothing in paper. paper. the introduction Information Information to entice the presented in the presented in the reader to continue introduction introduction is reading. provides incentive intriguing and for the reader to encourages the continue reading. reader to continue reading. 20.0 %Comparison of No comparison of A comparison of A cursory though A moderately A reflective and Research Questions research research valid comparison thorough and insightful questions is questions is of research valid comparison comparison of presented. presented, but it questions is of research research is not valid. presented. questions is questions is presented. presented. 20.0 %Comparison of No comparison of A comparison of A cursory though A moderately A reflective and Sample Populations sample sample valid comparison thorough and insightful populations is populations is of sample valid comparison comparison of presented. presented, but it populations is of sample sample is not valid. presented. populations is populations is presented. presented. 20.0 %Comparison of No comparison of A comparison of A cursory though A moderately A reflective and the Limitations of the limitations of the limitations of valid comparison thorough and insightful the Study the study is the study is of the limitations valid comparison comparison of the presented. presented, but it of the study is of the limitations limitations of the is not valid. presented. of the study is study is presented. presented. 10.0 %Conclusion No conclusion and A conclusion and A conclusion and A conclusion and A conclusion and and recommendations recommendations recommendations recommendations recommendations Recommendations for further for further for further for further for further for Further Research research are research are research are valid, research are valid research are presented. presented, but but they are and moderately reflective and they are not cursory. thorough. insightful. valid. 15.0 %Organization and Effectiveness 5.0 %Thesis Paper lacks any Thesis is Thesis is apparent Thesis is clear and Thesis is Development and discernible insufficiently and appropriate to forecasts the comprehensive Purpose overall purpose or developed or purpose. development of and contains the organizing claim. vague. Purpose is the paper. Thesis essence of the not clear. is descriptive and paper. Thesis reflective of the statement makes arguments and the purpose of appropriate to the the paper clear. purpose. 5.0 %Argument Logic Statement of Sufficient Argument is Argument shows Clear and and Construction purpose is not justification of orderly, but may logical convincing justified by the claims is lacking. have a few progressions. argument that conclusion. The Argument lacks inconsistencies. Techniques of presents a conclusion does consistent unity. The argument argumentation persuasive claim not support the There are obvious presents minimal are evident. in a distinctive claim made. Argument is incoherent and uses noncredible sources. 5.0 %Mechanics of Writing (includes spelling, punctuation, grammar, language use) 5.0 %Format 2.0 %Paper Format (use of appropriate style for the major and assignment) flaws in the logic. justification of There is a smooth Some sources claims. Argument progression of have questionable logically, but not claims from credibility. thoroughly, introduction to supports the conclusion. Most purpose. Sources sources are used are credible. authoritative. Introduction and conclusion bracket the thesis. Surface errors are Frequent and Some mechanical Prose is largely pervasive enough repetitive errors or typos are free of that they impede mechanical errors present, but they mechanical communication of distract the are not overly errors, although a meaning. reader. distracting to the few ma ...
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Running Header; Literature Review

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Introduction
Diabetes has been a complex, chronic illness that has over the years required
continuous medical care with multifactorial risk reduction strategies beyond glycemic control.
The medical care and power have been seen to be effective over the long-term and recovery
possible. The chronic hyperglycemia of diabetes is associated with long-term damage,
dysfunction, and failure of different organs, especially the eyes, kidneys, nerves, heart, and blood
vessels. (American Diabetes Association, 2014) It is evident that the illness has been very
adamant in the current society as there has been an increase in the exposure of individuals to the
risk factors that result in Diabetes. However, research has shown that Background lifestyle
interventions delay the onset of diabetes in people with impaired glucose tolerance. (Chen Y,
2018) This paper looks at the article review of the PICOT statement on diabetes and explores
other sources that support the statement.
Comparison of Research Questions
The Research question gives us an explicit objective of the project to be carried
out. It emphasises the thesis to be proved. The PICOT research question stated that an increased
glucose level is independently related to an increased A1C level...

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