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NUR 400 Denver School of Nursing Week 7 Sampling Techniques Presentation

NUR 400

Denver School of Nursing

Question Description

Due: Sunday night at 11:59pm Mountain Time

In this assignment, you will create a presentation that reflects on your proposed problem of interest and evaluates sampling techniques that would create a meaningful study pertaining to this problem.

Step 1: Reflect on your proposed research question or problem of interest.

Step 2: Consider different sampling techniques.

Think about how you would compare and contrast the following sampling techniques:

  • Simple Random Sample
  • Stratified Random Sample
  • Cluster Random Sample
  • Systematic Random Sample

Consider which of these sampling techniques you might employ for your research study. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?

Step 3: Consider who your audience might be if you were to deliver your presentation in person.

  • What would you want them to know about this topic?
  • What would you expect them to already know?

Step 4: Create a 10- to 12-slide presentation that that evaluates and briefly summarizes the various sampling techniques listed in Step 2. Describe the sampling technique(s) you will use in your research and explain how your choice of sampling technique(s) will help you to create a meaningful study cohort.

Address the following questions in your presentation:

  • Who/what will your proposed sample consist of?
  • How will subjects be recruited?
  • Are there any special considerations about your population of interest that might pose barriers to obtaining a sample?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of the sampling method(s) you plan to use?
  • What potentials for error and bias related to sampling exist?

Step 5: Review your presentation to ensure that you are using best practices for formatting slides.

  • Include a title screen and summary screen.
  • Avoid making slides too text heavy or dense with text. As a guideline, limit text on each slide to five bullet points of six words each.
  • If using graphics, be sure that they are professional, reinforce your points, and are not used merely for decoration.
  • Be sure to add what you would say if delivering the presentation to a live audience in the notes section of each slide.

Make sure that the format of your presentation is professional and visually attractive. Cite any sources in APA format.

Step 6: Save and submit your assignment

When you have completed your assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place and submit a copy of the paper to your instructor.

See the rubric

for the grading details.

Final Answer

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Sampling Techniques for Postoperative Patients
Simple Random Sample
• Develop a list of possible patients
• Select a sub-group to represent the whole
• Patients sampled from Post-Anesthesia Care Unit
(P.A.C.U)
• Pro: small groups
• Con: much laborious

Sampling Techniques for Postoperative Patients
Stratified Random Sample
• Patient population divided into segments
• Factors for sample division include age and gender
(Ames et al., 2017)
• Designation of unique numbers to each element
• Random sample selected from each s...

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