In a PowerPoint Presentation, address the following.

  1. Title Slide
  2. Introduction (1 slide): Slide should identify concepts to be addressed and sections of the presentation. Include speaker’s notes that explain, in more detail, what will be covered.
  3. Practice Issue (1-3 slides): Describe the area of interest and practice issue/problem related to NP practice selected in week 2. Explain why the issue/concern is important to nurse practitioner practice and its impact on health outcomes. Provide speaker notes. Provide scholarly references to support your ideas.
  4. PICOT Question (1 slide): Provide the PICOT question developed in week 2. Describe each element of your PICOT question in one or two sentences, being sure to address all the following:
    1. P-Population and problem – What is the nursing practice concern or problem and whom does it affect?
    2. I–Intervention – What evidence-based solution for the problem would you like to apply?
    3. C–Comparison – What is another solution for the problem? Note that this is typically the current practice, no intervention at all, or alternative solutions.
    4. O–Outcome – Very specifically, how will you know that the intervention worked? Think about how you will measure the outcome.
    5. T–Time frame – What is the Timeframe involved for the EBP initiative or the target date of completion?
  5. Literature review (2-4 slides):Summarize the literature review completed in week 5. Discuss themes and special concerns. Discuss any unique insight or perspective offered from the literature. Provide speaker notes. Speaker notes and/or slides include citations from scholarly nursing literature which support the assertions presented.
  6. Recommendations (3 slides):
    1. Slide 1: Identify the evidence-based recommendation for the identified practice change. Speaker’s notes should fully explain the recommended change and rationale for the change. Provide support from scholarly references to support the recommendation.
    2. Slide 2: Identify the key stakeholders impacted by the recommended change. Speaker’s notes add detail.
    3. Slide 3: Analyze the recommendation in terms of fit, feasibility, and appropriateness as discussed by Dang and Dearholt (2018), ch. 8. Speaker’s notes add detail. *Note: information regarding stakeholders, fit, feasibility, and appropriateness may be based on personal experience or on information you found in your research. If the identified factors come from the literature, provide reference citations to support your ideas.
  7. Conclusion: (1 slide)Slide provides summary points of presentation. Speaker’s notes provide final comments on the topic.
  8. References:Reference elements provided in APA format, may use bullets. Hanging indents not required.

Preparing the Presentation

Submission Requirements

  1. Application: Use Microsoft Power Point to create the presentation. Submit as a .ppt or .pptx file.
  2. Length: The PowerPoint presentation should be between 9-13 total slides (excluding title and reference slides).
  3. Speaker notes should be used and include in-text citations when applicable. Use the Notes Page view feature in PowerPoint to include speaker notes.


Research Summary Assignment

Rocio Quintana

Chamberlain University

NR505 Advanced Reasearch Methods: Evidence Based Practice

Dr. Rebecca Burhenne

November 27th, 2022

PICOT QUESTION: Are chronic pain patients who use pharmacotherapy daily plus interventional approaches compared to those who only use pharmacotherapy receiving optimal pain relief and quality of life in a period of 1 year?


Author/Title/Year (APA format):

Hapidou, E. G., & Horst, E. (2016). Learning to manage chronic pain: The patients’ perspective.
Pain and Therapy,
5(1), 93–105.

Problem related to PICOT: This article relates to my PICOT question because it shows how the appropriate pain management methods can improve a patient’s quality of life. The method of the study was to have patients fill out two Pain Program Satisfaction Questionnaires at the end of a 4-week period of treatment.

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify key themes from patients’ written remarks on exit questionnaires in order to obtain insight into patients’ experiences after a 4-week period of treatment.

Sample/Population: Although the treatment takes a group-based approach, each patient sets their own goals. The program includes various activities such as functional activity courses, fitness classes, relaxation classes, and group therapy. Retrospective data were gathered from 50 patients who were chosen at random. The Self-Evaluation Scale and the Pain Program Satisfaction Questionnaire were the two questionnaires that were utilized.

Data Collection Method:

· Self-Evaluation Scale (SES): The patient is asked to score the success of his or her personal goals on this form using a Likert scale. The next area is labeled “comments,” which is open-ended and allows the patient to elaborate on how they feel they accomplished their goals.

· Pain Program Satisfaction Questionnaire: consists of two open-ended parts and 11 program satisfaction questions, each of which is assessed on a 4-point Likert scale. Patients are asked to indicate any issues, besides pain, that the program has helped with in the first open-ended area. The patient is asked to share any feedback they may have regarding their time in the program in the second open-ended section.

Major Findings/Conclusions: Patients rated their satisfaction with their aims at the end of the four-week program on a scale of 3.38 out of 5. Their average PPSQ score was 35.96 out of 44. Nearly every patient thanked the personnel in some way or h

for an Evidence-Based
Practice Change

Rocio Quintana 

Chamberlain University 

NR505 Advanced Research

Methods: Evidence Based Practice  


Dr. Rebecca Burhenne 

December 9th, 2022 

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High impact of chronic pain in adults

Importance of provider’s assessment

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Chronic pain, one of the foremost common reasons adult look for therapeutic care, has been connected to limitations in portability and day by day exercises, reliance on opioids, uneasiness and sadness, and destitute seen wellbeing or decreased quality of life (Prevalence of chronic pain and high-impact chronic pain among adults 2019).

Healthcare providers fulfill a vital part in giving suitable care within the anticipation and administration of intense and persistent torment, highlighting the significance of providers’ capacities to precisely survey patients’ pain (Ruben et al., 2015).


Practice Issues

Opioid addiction is a chronic disorder

Eradication of the stigma

Detection of patient’s usage of illicit drugs

Pain assessment

Knowledge of signs and symptoms

Public and patient education

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Practice Issues

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PICOT Question

P: chronic pain patients

I: pharmacotherapy daily plus other interventional approaches

C: only pharmacotherapy interventions

O: optimal pain relief and quality of life

T: in a period of 1 year

Are chronic pain patients who use pharmacotherapy daily plus other interventional approaches compared to those who only use pharmacotherapy receiving optimal pain relief and quality of life in a period of 1 year?

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P: chronic pain patients


Literature Review

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Literature Review

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