I need help with evaluating the PICO questions. I am not sure if the information I have entered is correct, and need help with the last 2 rows.
|Consider the following nursing practice questions:||Identify each PICO element:||Identify any considerations that need to be made when evaluating this PICO question (e.g., availability of research on the topic, ethical dilemmas, etc.)||Is this a well-written or poorly written PICO question? Explain your answer.|
|1||“For children in kindergarten and 1st grade who attend public school, is there a relationship between absenteeism and having received normally scheduled immunizations per the CDC guidelines?”||P: Kindergarten and 1st grade children who attend public schoolI: Received normally scheduled immunizations per CDC recommendationsC:O: Decrease in absenteeism|
|2||“ Does music therapy provided to elderly (aged 60 and older) agitated/anxious patients in long term care decrease agitation/anxiety?||P: Elderly adults age 60 and older in long term careI: Music therapyC:O: Decrease agitation/anxiety|
|3||“In high school students, what is the effect of a nurse-led presentation on drug abuse on the incidence of drug-related hospitalizations compared to standard health classes within a one-year time frame?”||P: High-school studentsI: Nurse-led presentation on drug abuseC: standard health classO: Decrease in the incidence of drug-related hospitalizations|
|4||“Would there be an increase in staff nurses reporting a coworker’s drug use if the hot line is anonymous versus an electronic incident reporting tool where the reporter is identified?”||P: staff nursesI: anonymous hot lineC: electronic incident reporting tool where reporter is identifiedO: increase in reporting coworkers drug use|
|5||“For adult smokers who want to stop smoking, does a nicotine patch with nurse-led weekly support group have a better 6-month success rate than a nicotine patch alone?”||P: Adult smokers who want to stop smokingI: Nicotine patch with weekly nurse-led support groupC: Nicotine patch onlyO: success rate for smoking cessation|
|6||“For a patient who has a urinary catheter, how effectively do Chlorhexidine gluconate wipes applied to the patient skin twice daily versus no Chlorhexidine gluconate, compare with washing around catheter twice daily with water with regards to reducing the rate of CAUTIs?”||P: patients with urinary cathetersI: Chlorhexidine Gluconate wipes applied to patient skin twice dailyC: washing around the catheter twice dailyO: Reduce the rate of CAUTIs|