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This assignment will require you to take the PICO, 5 research articles and place them in a table for analysis. You will critique each article and identify the most important parts of the research, analysis, and findings.

Then you will summarize the articles by grading the research, and identifying gaps in the literature as well as possible interventions (see grading rubric and examples).

This will serve as the foundation for the work you will do in the Project/Practicum courses. As you work with your preceptor and finalize your capstone project, you will continue to build on this material. This assignment will be graded within 3-4 days of due date, with feedback provided once all grading has been completed.

This assignment enables the learners to meet Course SLO #1, 2, 3, 4

Instructions:

1.Identify your PICO or research question of interest.

2.Gather 5 research articles on your topic: be sure to save them and submit them along with the matrix; please make sure they are PDF documents.

3.Do not use clinical guidelines or Cochran Reviews, abstracts, future research reports or poster presentations. You can search for research only by indicating "research" when you do an advanced search. If you can't answer a lot of the questions, it is probably not a research article.

4.We do not recommend that you use more than one qualitative research article or systematic review or meta-analysis. These are harder to evaluate because they have so much more information in them. Remember it is not individuals in these studies- it is the articles. Use the reference list in the systematic reviews or meta-analyses to find individual studies that may be easier to understand and use.

5.Review sample matrices and summaries

6.Use matrix table- one for each article and critique the parts of the article using the rubric.

7. Be sure to identify the evaluation tool used to grade the evidence such as (See below for grading the evidence tools)

8.Identify where there are issues with the articles and what gaps were not addressed with the research; be prepared this may change the way you look at your topic or may result in a slightly different direction for your area of interest. This is ok- that is what you want to accomplish with this assignment. It will really assist you as you move forward with your project.

9.New addition for summary effective Fall 2 2023: We want you to insert the verbatim summary that you copied from Elicit.org as part of your summary. DO NOT use it as a primary resource for this assignment. You will still be writing your own summary of the articles. What did you find was missing from the Elicit summary- did you still have to search for additional information to help inform your summary? This is a trial so we will see how it goes and give us feedback if this tool was helpful.

10. For this assignment you will turn in the matrix tables, summary, references and pdf copies of your 5 articles.

11. Key definitions:

1.Level of evidence (LOE): a hierarchical scale/method used to evaluate the level of evidence of the studies - such as Polit & Beck, p. 11, Johns Hopkins, etc. This is described as Level 1 evidence, Level 2 evidence, etc. and is based on the study design - e.g. - an experimental RCT, quasi-experimental, non-experimental/descriptive, etc.

2. Evaluation tool - used to measure the "quality" of the evidence: Multiple tools can be used to evaluate the strength and quality of the evidence found in the study. These are chosen based on the study design (RCT, quasi-experimental, etc.). You must provide the name/type of tool used to evaluate (e.g. CASP for RCT, Cincinnati Children's for Case Control study, etc.) and provide the score you gave it (based on the tool used to grade - e.g. 11/11, 10/11...). Here is a video describing the critical appraisal evaluation with a Joanna Briggs evaluation tool. Links to an external site.

3.Instrument: What type of instrument or tool was used in the article to Collect their Data? This could be a questionnaire like a depression screening tool, a nurse satisfaction tool, or the like. You should describe the instrument-including how many questions, type of scale/data (a Likert scale, yes/no questions or ?) the instrument's reliability and validity - Cronbach's Alpha, or other ways they determined (if any) the R/V of these instruments. See Polit/Beck p. 314 they they discuss reliability and validity of instruments/tools or questionnaire. An example would be Physical and Cognitive Performance Test for Assisted Living Facilities (p. 324 in the box).

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DNP 816 Article Matrix and Analysis Student Name __________________________________ PICO Question - PICO Question: In adult patients with chronic pain, how does the implementation of alternative pain management strategies compared to the standard use of opioid affect the rate of opioid addiction over a one-year period? Search process : Search terms: Data bases: elicit.com Total number of articles obtained from search results: N= Number of articles initially excluded based on abstract reading: N= Number of articles reviewed: N= Number of articles excluded based on criteria: N= Inclusion Criteria: Exclusion Criteria: Number of systematic reviews or meta analyses used in Matrix- N = Repeat this table – one for each article you are review. DO NOT double space in the table The matrix and analysis assignment to submit consists of : 1). introduction describing the search process for this topic, 2). the review table (1 for each article = 5), 3). summary analysis, 4). reference page and 5). PDF copies of the articles – list by 1st author name as attachments Fall 10.2020 Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Summary section: Summary and synthesis of all 5 research articles; include level of evidence of all 5 articles, summary and comparison of outcomes of articles, include statements about the quality of the articles, instruments, what research still needs to be done on your topic, identifies gaps in care, addresses health promotion pertinent for area, analyzes interventions for populations. Did the article change your thinking about your research topic? Reference Page – List articles used in the matrix as well as any other references you might have used in the summary. Start this on a new page. Fall 10.2020 DNP 816 Article Matrix and Analysis Student Name __________________________________ PICO Question - PICO Question: In adult patients with chronic pain, how does the implementation of alternative pain management strategies compared to the standard use of opioid affect the rate of opioid addiction over a one-year period? Search process : Search terms: Data bases: elicit.com Total number of articles obtained from search results: N= Number of articles initially excluded based on abstract reading: N= Number of articles reviewed: N= Number of articles excluded based on criteria: N= Inclusion Criteria: Exclusion Criteria: Number of systematic reviews or meta analyses used in Matrix- N = Repeat this table – one for each article you are review. DO NOT double space in the table The matrix and analysis assignment to submit consists of : 1). introduction describing the search process for this topic, 2). the review table (1 for each article = 5), 3). summary analysis, 4). reference page and 5). PDF copies of the articles – list by 1st author name as attachments Fall 10.2020 Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Summary section: Summary and synthesis of all 5 research articles; include level of evidence of all 5 articles, summary and comparison of outcomes of articles, include statements about the quality of the articles, instruments, what research still needs to be done on your topic, identifies gaps in care, addresses health promotion pertinent for area, analyzes interventions for populations. Did the article change your thinking about your research topic? Reference Page – List articles used in the matrix as well as any other references you might have used in the summary. Start this on a new page. Fall 10.2020 DNP 816 Article Matrix and Analysis Student Name __________________________________ PICO Question - PICO Question: In adult patients with chronic pain, how does the implementation of alternative pain management strategies compared to the standard use of opioid affect the rate of opioid addiction over a one-year period? Search process : Search terms: Data bases: elicit.com Total number of articles obtained from search results: N= Number of articles initially excluded based on abstract reading: N= Number of articles reviewed: N= Number of articles excluded based on criteria: N= Inclusion Criteria: Exclusion Criteria: Number of systematic reviews or meta analyses used in Matrix- N = Repeat this table – one for each article you are review. DO NOT double space in the table The matrix and analysis assignment to submit consists of : 1). introduction describing the search process for this topic, 2). the review table (1 for each article = 5), 3). summary analysis, 4). reference page and 5). PDF copies of the articles – list by 1st author name as attachments Fall 10.2020 Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or othersidentify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 If credentials not identified- just state here, or identify place of employment Summary section: Summary and synthesis of all 5 research articles; include level of evidence of all 5 articles, summary and comparison of outcomes of articles, include statements about the quality of the articles, instruments, what research still needs to be done on your topic, identifies gaps in care, addresses health promotion pertinent for area, analyzes interventions for populations. Did the article change your thinking about your research topic? Reference Page – List articles used in the matrix as well as any other references you might have used in the summary. Start this on a new page. Fall 10.2020 1 Article Matrix and Analysis xxxxx, MSN, RN, CCRN Northern Kentucky University DNP 816: Analysis and Application of Health Data for APRN Practice November 22, 2022 PICOT Question: In novice nurses, does a competency assessment tool, compared to a task list and preceptor instruction, enhance training and development during an orientation period? Fall 10.2020 2 Search process: Database searches used Northern Kentucky University’s (NKU) library. Boolean phrases were utilized. Articles were obtained based on key searches terms, then analyzed for applicability. Search terms: BKAT; competency; novice nurses; assessment tool; nursing education; individualized learning; MeSH terms: knowledge, clinical competence, competency-based education Databases: CINAHL Ultimate; Google Scholar Total number of articles obtained from search results: N=15/N=171/ N=86 Number of articles initially excluded based on abstract reading: N=11/N= 108/N=55 Number of articles reviewed: N=4/N= 9/ N=6 Number of articles excluded based on criteria: N= 14 Inclusion Criteria: Full text; Abstract available; Peer reviewed; English language only. Exclusion Criteria: Duplicate articles; non-English language; non-research articles; systemic reviews, scoping reviews, articles over 7 years old Number of systematic reviews or meta-analyses used in Matrix-N = 0 Fall 10.2020 Author, year; Credentials Article #1 Cusanza, S. (MSN), Speroni, K. (PhD), Curran, C. (MS), & Azizi, D. (MHA). (2020). Article Focus/Title Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Effect of individualized learning plans on nurse learning outcomes and risk mitigation. Mixed method, pilot study. Independent variable (IV) is the learning program, and the dependent variable (DV) is the knowledge acquired and improved patient care. The program was a 4-step, computer-based process. Step 1=Completion of a competency assessment called a PLA (personalized learner assessment). It measured baseline knowledge of EFM monitoring and appropriate interventions to mitigate fetal and maternal risk. Step 2 was creation of the learning plan and assignment of the individualized learning modules, which were continuing education courses to be completed within 30 days. Up to 11 CE courses could be recommended for completion based on the pre-PLA. Step 3, which occurred over 2 weeks or greater, focused on improvement of skills or actions based on learned knowledge. Step 4=After completion of the recommended education, competency level was retested (post-PLA) and exit-survey completed. Level V-nonexperimental, observational study (Polit & Beck, 2017). Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or others- identify tool used) Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Data Collection procedure Instruments and Reliability/validity of instruments Data Analysis- id statistics, LOM, findings Results Discussion/ Significance of findings Reliability and Validity of study, limitations Helpful/Reliable Compared to other articles Fall 10.2020 3 McGill Mixed Method Appraisal Tool (Hong, et al., 2018)-score of 5/5. N=55 nurses; Labor and delivery nurses recruited via email or flyers to participate for CNE credits. Convenience sample. No power analysis was discussed. Due to the convenience sampling, there is a risk for bias, as this was self-selection to participate in study (Polit & Beck, 2017). IRB exemption statement and informed consent obtained from participants. Survey for demographics; Scored exam questions scored during step 1 (initial PLA) & step 4 (post-PLA). Qualitative data per post-PLA survey (the modules were for CNE credits) to gain feedback about knowledge gained with learning modules. Survey collected demographic data-RN role, level of education, years in labor and delivery, average months of frequency for competency assessed, competence assessment types/methods. Cronbach’s alpha used for internal reliability of the PLA. Reported CA=0.99, which was great. Descriptive statistics for demographics, which is nominal data (Polit & Beck, 2017). Inferential statistics: parametric, dependent t-tests were used to compare the mean initial PLA scores (LOM=ratio data) to the mean of the post-PLA scores and Alpha .05 was used for statistical significance. Dependent t-tests were also utilized to analysis pre and post PLA scores per items categorized as low risk, moderate risk, and high risk for patient harm if intervention/action not taken. Significant Results: Overall improvement of scores demonstrated from the baseline PLA to the post-PLA with a mean from 76.7% to 82.5% and P < .0001. Improved scores of pre and post PLA in relation to low, moderate, and high-risk items showed significance (P < .008). Qualitative data collected post-PLA survey correlated with quantitative data, as high percentage of comments included in the discussion section reflected perceived knowledge gain from the learning modules. Concluded the program can contribute to improvement of knowledge and skills to mitigate risk in labor and delivery. No correlation study mentioned for comparison of variables, which would have strengthened the study (Polit & Beck, 2017). Researchers suggested use of program in response of adverse events or RCAs within a risk management program. Discussed future applicability to physicians or NPs. Statistically significant for knowledge gained from the learning method and validity demonstrated for assessment tool. Limitations: small sample size & sampling process-risk for bias with self-selection. Researchers acknowledged there was a brief time period between Step 3 & 4 (average of 18 days). Helpful in describing the learning method within the program, but caution warranted due to lack of power analysis and small sample size. Conclusions focused on use of learning modules for risk management plan, but future implementation as part of an orientation program or yearly continuing education program would be applicable as well. Author, year; Credentials Article #2 Article Focus/Title Valdes, E.G. (PhD), Sembar, M.C. (MSM), & Sadler, F. (MJ). (2020). Research Design/Intervention (describe intervention) Cohort study. IV was the learning method and DV is increased knowledge and nurse satisfaction. The Pre-onboarding group (control group) compared to post-onboarding group (received individualized learning plan as the intervention), and perceived readiness to practice after onboarding. Relias Onboarding is a computer program used for competency assessment and the personalized learning plan. Post-assessment was taken at minimum 70days after hire to compare scores. Level of Evidence and model used to grade evidence Evaluation Tool (CASP or others- identify tool used) Level V-nonexperimental, observational study (Polit & Beck, 2017). Sample/# of subjects, how recruited, power analysis? Convenience sample-All nurses hired at acute care hospital during the initiative with
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Student Name __________________________________
PICO Question - PICO Question: In adult patients with chronic pain, how does the implementation of alternative pain management strategies
compared to the standard use of opioid affect the rate of opioid addiction over a one-year period?
Search process: Key search terms combinations were entered on the elicit.com database. Boolean phrases were used.
Search terms: Opioid, pain management, alternative, chronic pain, opioid misuse, and opioid addiction
Data bases: elicit.com
Total number of articles obtained from search results: N= 33
Number of articles initially excluded based on abstract reading: N= 15
Number of articles reviewed: N= 18
Number of articles excluded based on criteria: N= 13
Inclusion Criteria: Full-text, peer-reviewed, English language, published within 10 years,
Exclusion Criteria: Duplicates, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, non-English studies
Number of systematic reviews or meta analyses used in Matrix- N = 0

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Author, year;
Credentials Article #1

Novak, S. P. (PhD), Glasheen, C. (MSN), & Roland, C. L (PharmD). (2016)

Article Focus/Title

“Prescription pain reliever misuse and levels of pain impairment: 3-year course in a nationally representative outpatient sample of US adults.”

Research
Design/Intervention
(describe intervention)

Longitudinal study. A face-to-face household survey was conducted with a nationally-representative sample. The National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and
Related Conditions (NESARC) is a longitudinal survey whereby baseline data was conducted in 2001-2002 and follow-up three years later in 2004-2005. Data
was collected on self-reported pain interfference and prescription medications misuse.

Level of Evidence and
model used to grade
evidence

Level V- Non-experimental study (Polit & Beck, 2021)

Evaluation Tool (CASP
or others- identify tool
used)

JBI checklist for cohort studies (JBI, n.d.). Score was 9/11 because there was no clear comparison group and inadequate data analysis presentation in the study.

Sample/# of subjects,
how recruited, power
analysis?

The sample is a nationally-representative sample of non-incarcerated people aged 18 years and above. Data analysis was conducted with the sample population
with wave 1 and wave 2 data of 34,332 people living in households and non-institutionalized group quarters. The recruitment of the main NESARC study is
conducted through a power analysis and random recruitment and targeting in the communities.

Data Collection
procedure

Data was collected through face to face surveys with the participants. Participants responded to questions which whose answers were entered in the survey
material

Instruments and
Reliability/ validity of
instruments

The Alcohol Use Disorder and Associated Disability Interview Schedule (AUDADIS) and the short-form survey (SF-12) were the instruments used. The article
does not mention the reliability or validity of the two instruments but they are evidence-based and have been used extensively in the industry.

Data Analysis- id
statistics, LOM,
findings

Cross-tabulation was used to determine level of pain interference. Logistic regression was used to evaluate three outcomes. The first was the onset of the first
misuse of prescription pills, the second focused on desistance (use at baseline but not at follow-up), and the third focused on factors that could predict onset of any
disordered pain medications use. Markov-type regression models were used for categories of pain interference.

Results

Approximately 10% of the respondents reported high pain interference and approximately 5% reported high levels of impairment due to chronic pain. The study
also found correlation between prescription pain medications misuse and high levels of pain interference concurrently rather than prospectively.

Discussion/Significance
of findings

Researchers concluded that risk of prescription pain misuse is highest when pain is active and hence there is need for alternative management approaches. The
findings are significant to pain management and reducing the risk of prescription medications misuse. The researchers recommend providers to consider the longterm effects of pain medications misuse and prescription.

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Reliability and Validity
of study, limitations

Reliable and valid due to the inclusion of a nationally-representative sample. Focus on pain management and correlating factors enhances utility of the study.
Limitation: The study does not consider factors other than pain interference that may affect the misuse of prescription pills.

Helpful/ Reliable
Compared to other
articles

The study is helpful in identifying patients at high risk of pain medications misuse. Although it does not test alternative methods, it can be used to outline potential
factors affecting misuse.

Author, year;
Credentials Article #2

Hah, J. M. (Stanford University), Sturgeon, J. A. (Stanford University), Zocca, J. (Stanford University), Sharifzadeh, Y. (Stanford University), & Mackey, S. C.
(Stanford University) (2017)

Article Focus/Title

“Factors associated with prescription opioid misuse in a cross-sectional cohort of patients with chronic non-cancer pain.”

Research
Design/Intervention
(describe intervention)

Cross-sectional cohort design: Retrospective patients’ chart review was conducted. Patients completed surveys on pain catastrophizing, standardized patient
outcome measures, and history of drug abuse. 625 patients in a tertiary care pain clinic completed the study using the Collaborative Health Outcomes Informatio...


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