Walden nurs6052 week 8 discussion

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Week 8 discussion Planning for Data Collection
Data collection is an important
part of both quantitative and qualitative research. Although the actual
approach to gathering information may vary, for either research design,
researchers need to plan in advance how the data will be gathered, reported,
and stored, and they need to ensure that their methods are both reliable and
valid. As nurses review research when considering a new evidence-based
practice, it is important to be familiar with sound collection practices in
order to ascertain the credibility of the data presented.
Consider the following scenario:
Nurses and other health care
professionals are often interested in assessing patient satisfaction with health
care services. Imagine that you are a nurse working in a suburban primary care
setting that serves 10,000 patients annually. Your organization is very
interested in understanding the patient’s point of view to help determine areas
of care that can be improved. With this focus in mind, consider how you would
create a survey to assess patient satisfaction with the services your
organization provides. You may wish to consider variables such as the ease of
accessing care, patient wait time, friendliness of the staff, or the likelihood
that a patient would recommend your organization to others.
For this Discussion, you generate
questions and an overall plan for data collection that would be appropriate for
a patient satisfaction survey in relation to the above scenario.
To prepare:
Consider the guidelines for
generating questions presented in this week’s Learning Resources.
Review the scenario and formulate
at least five questions that you could use to evaluate patient satisfaction.
Reflect on the different methods
or instruments that can be used for gathering data described in Chapter 13 and
Chapter 22 of the course text. Which methods or instruments would work well for
the scenario?
Determine an appropriate sample
size for the scenario.
By Day 3
Post the questions that you
created for gathering information about patient satisfaction based on the above
scenario. Explain which method or instrument you would use to gather data.
Describe the sample size appropriate for the population and how you would
select participants. Provide a rationale for your choices, and explain how you
can ensure high standard of reliability and validity.
Read a selection of your
colleagues’ responses.
By Day 6
Respond to at least two of your
colleagues on two different days using one or more of the following approaches:
Ask a probing question,
substantiated with additional background information, and evidence.
Share an insight from having read
your colleagues’ postings, synthesizing the information to provide new perspectives.
Offer and support an alternative
perspective using readings from the classroom or from your own review of the
literature in the Walden Library.
Validate an idea with your own
experience and additional sources.
Make a suggestion based on
additional evidence drawn from the readings or after synthesizing multiple