A:evidenced based proposal for a quality improvement/change intervention to be implemented in your healthcare organizationB:be structured using an established reflective model ,critically reflect on the key learnings from “Evaluation, Measurement

Mandatory to be specific with your initiative & you should find plenty of resources for the topic you will chose in order to support the
Using assignment template attached it’s a must to follow the bellow instruction
Part A: Quality improvement/change intervention proposal:
[3,000 words, 75% of total grade; assesses learning outcomes 1 – 4]
Prepare an evidenced based proposal for a quality improvement/change intervention to be implemented in YOUR OWN HEALTHCARE ORGANISATION using the following headings:
1. Introduction [Brief background to quality improvement/change interventions, introduction to your subject matter and the contents of your assignment (“signpost”). Reference to the evidence-base will be useful…]
a-General background (setting the stage, why this is an area of interest)
(why its important to healthcare organization using evidence)
b-Introduction to subject matter (more specific information on the matter being discussed\ background on organization ) (use evidence why should it improve )
c- Introduction to contents of essay (an outline of what is ahead for the reader)
Ex: the writer\author healthcare organization in acute care in GCC …..+ mandatory support with evidence + 1page
(chose a topic & search for it \why picked it ?why not others + evidence)

2. The importance of evaluation, research and measurement (EMR) [A critical, evidence-based discussion investigating the importance of evaluation, measurement and research in managing healthcare and/or quality and safety in healthcare.]
(Should include comparison\contrast\advantage \disadvantage\limitation \dependences \interdependences between EMR ex: decide as writer why you go with any idea & support it with evidence \ex: Berwick said …..but… said….however the writer thought….)\(in this topic generally talk what’s imp of EMR ,based on evidence do not focus on topic)( you can use table\diagrham.. for comparison cuz it will save word count )
3. Problem description 
[Nature and significance of the local, organisational problem – this could be meaningful disruption, failure, inadequacy, distress, confusion or other dysfunction in your organisation that adversely affects patients, staff or the system as a whole, or that prevents care from reaching its full potential. Reference to the evidence-base will be useful…]
(what is it ? why its such a problem ?+ reference use ( can use SQUIRE 2.0 standards for quality improvement report see attach )( in this topic focus on the problem \1-2 paragraph )
4.Available knowledge 
[Summary of what is currently known about the problem, including relevant previous studies – this is a critical discussion of the evidence-base in the quality improvement/change intervention area (literature review!). Remember to identify and critique conflicting evidence and draw appropriate conclusions.]
(mandatory to use 10 best article that support topic\change + evidence)
5. Rationale and context 
[An explanation of why you have chosen the quality improvement/change intervention, why it will work and why it is both sustainable and replicable. The context is the physical, social and cultural factors that “makes” your organisation what it is (e.g. external environmental factors, organisational dynamics, team work/collaboration, resources and leadership) and your interpretation of these factors that could affect the effectiveness and generalisability of intervention. Reference to the evidence-base will be useful…]

6. Objectives for the proposed quality improvement/change intervention 
[How you will achieve the proposed quality improvement/change intervention – S.M.A.R.T. statements defining measurable outcomes. These can be “listed” in your assignment. Reference to the evidence- base will be useful…]
7. Study, measures and evaluation for the proposed quality improvement/change intervention 
[Approach chosen for critically analysing and assessing the impact of the quality improvement/change intervention, including your approach to ensure the outcomes will be due to the intervention. This should include the measures chosen for studying the processes and outcomes of the intervention, including the rationale for choosing them, operational definitions, validity and reliability, approach to ongoing assessment and methods to ensure the completeness and accuracy of data collected. Reference to the evidence-base will be useful…]
8. Ethical considerations 
[Any ethical aspects of implementing and studying the proposed quality improvement/change intervention and how these will be addressed, potentially including formal ethics review and conflicts of interest. Reference to the evidence-base will be useful…]
9. Limitations
[Factors which could limit the proposed quality improvement/change intervention’s generalisability, internal validity (confounding, bias or imprecision in design, methods, measurement or analysis) and approaches to minimise such limitations. Reference to the evidence-base will be useful…]
10. Conclusion
[A brief summary of what has been discussed, a suggested course of action and a statement which summarizes your main point or conclusions of the arguments you have made]

Part B: Reflection:
[1,000 words, 25% of total grade; assesses learning outcomes 5]
Beginning with your prior experience and understanding, critically reflect on the key learnings you have achieved during Module 3 “Evaluation, Measurement & Research” and identify how you can apply these key learnings to your area of practice. [Your reflection must be structured using an established reflective model e.g. Gibbs Reflective Cycle and references are not mandatory] see attached file >>
Rationale of module:
Healthcare professionals need to have the skills and knowledge to assess, implement and evaluate healthcare interventions. Evaluation, measurement and research challenge healthcare professionals to develop a strong evidence-based function within the healthcare services.
Module aim:
To advance healthcare professionals’ knowledge of evaluation, measurement and research and to empower students to choose the right methods for the task at hand.
Learning outcomes:
1. Critically discuss the importance of evaluation, measurement and research in managing healthcare and/or quality and safety in healthcare.
2. Critically evaluate research reports relevant to your field of study. 
(What current knowledge in field? should be used through out whole assignment\ use reference to critical review)
3. Critique key approaches to evaluation, measurement and research (such as performance indicators, 
audit and quantitative and qualitative research methods). 
(ex: I pick audit type 1 cuz ….. & did not pick others cuz ….+evidence to support ur decision) (ex: according to smith etl…)
4. Critically discuss how to evaluate quality improvement/change in a healthcare organisation. 
(ex : the writer choose this evaluation design cuz…. & other are …)why picked this ? why not picked others with reference
5. Demonstrate an understanding of critical reflection on key concepts around evaluation, measurement and research.

Critically discuss : Look at all aspects of the issue; debate the issue, giving your reasons for and against the argument being proposed. Your opinion must be supported by authoritative evidence
Critically evaluate : Appraise, access and make a judgement, stressing strengths and weaknesses, advantages and disadvantages.

Foster Care

Embedded Assessment:
You have been asked to help design a new foster care system . Your job will be to come up with a proposal about necessary and developmentally-appropriate services for youth. Develop a plan that outlines how you would tackle this task.
Focus on the following: 1) Developmental pathway(risk/resilience), 2) Children’s developmental needs, 3) Attachment needs such as caregiver characteristics, 4) Cultural needs, and 5) Contextual factors such as living conditions and school.
Be creative and innovative! Your proposal should be supported by current research findings.

Implementation of Knowledge Management in Thai public sector

Please finish all the writing for the dissertation. I have enclosed the previous files your convenience as follows:
1. The research proposal
2. Chapter 1 Introduction
3. Chapter 2 Literature Review
4. Chapter 3 Research Methodology
5. Questionnaire
6. model research structure
When you analyze the data, please consider on the objectives, conceptual framework and hypotheses that be set in the chapter 1, 2, and 3.

In this order, please do 4 things:
1. Add another 1,000 words for the chapter 2 literature review. This is for the purpose of linking the conceptual framework that you reviewed from the literature with the hypotheses that were set for this research.
2. Please revise chapter 3 for research design for updating of the data collection for 600 words. Any question that you want to know, please ask.
3. Write the chapter 4 and chapter 5 for issues and findings (around 2,000 words for each chapter, not including tables). Both chapters will be separated by:
– One key research question per chapter
– one main theme per chapter
– each chapter builds the argument
– emphasis of originality of findings & theoretical reflections.
4. Write the chapter 6 conclusion for 2,000 words. Please restatement review of findings with the contribution of knowledge. State the limitations of the research. And the suggestion for future research and policy implementation.

Thank you very much for all of these. Please feel free to contact me for any question. I seriously need to make all these done within 5 days.

research proposal

all sources must be dated within last 5 years. Page 1-5
State all concepts, models, and/or theories used to inform the doctoral project.
Concisely describe the sources of evidence and how obtained and analytical strategies used in the doctoral project.
Summarize potential implications for nursing practice and for positive social change.
Briefly introduce the topic/problem, the nature of the DNP doctoral project, and potential positive social change implications of the doctoral project (later sections will allow you to elaborate).

Briefly explain how the doctoral project holds significance for the field of nursing practice.
Describe the meaningful gap-in-practice that this doctoral project addresses.
Clarify how this doctoral project has potential to address that gap-in-practice.
Briefly identify the sources of evidence that will be collected to meet the purpose of this doctoral project, and how they will be obtained (you will elaborate on these topics in Section 3, and you will change the tense in the final document).
Briefly summarize the approach that will be used in this doctoral project to organize and analyze the evidence (you will elaborate on this topic in the Section 3, and you will change the tense in the final document).
Include a concise statement of the doctoral project purpose that connects the gap-in-practice to the anticipated findings from that analysis.
Identify all stakeholders and how they may be potentially impacted by addressing the local problem.
Identify potential contributions of the doctoral project to nursing practice.
Highlight any potential transferability of the doctoral project to similar practice areas.
Describe potential implications for positive social change.
Summarize the main points of Section 1. Provide a transition to Section 2.

Page 6-10
Name, describe, and provide a rationale for the use of all concepts, models, and/or theories that inform the doctoral project.
Synthesize primary writings by key theorists, philosophers, and/or foundational/seminal scholars related to the concepts, models, and/or theories used in the doctoral project.
Clarify any terms used in the doctoral project that may have multiple meanings (e.g., socioeconomic status, educator, client, etc.). Do not include terms with generally and universally accepted meanings in nursing practice.
Citing existing scholarship on the topic, provide a brief history of the broader problem in nursing practice in which this specific doctoral project is embedded.
Identify any strategies and standard practices that have been used previously to address this gap-in-practice (i.e., how have others approached this issue in the past?)

Describe how the present doctoral project advances nursing practice or fills at least one gap-in-practice revealed in the literature.
Provide a concise summary of the local evidence on the relevance of the problem, which justifies the practice-focused questions (s) (i.e., why examine this topic in the first place?). All evidence used to answer the practice-focused question(s) will be covered in Section 3.
Describe the institutional context as applicable to the problem being addressed in this doctoral project (most often demographics, community setting, regulatory environment, governance, mission, and strategic vision).
Provide concise definitions of locally used terms or operational processes relevant to understanding the doctoral project.
Describe state and/or federal contexts applicable to the problem in this doctoral project.
Describe any potential biases you may possess, and steps taken to address them.
Role of the Project Team (if applicable)
If applicable to this doctoral project, describe how a project team will be used.
Describe the process(es) by which the doctoral project team members will be presented with background information, evidence, and other forms of information.
Describe opportunities for team members to share their expertise and contextual insight relative to the doctoral project. (If members of the team are providing evidence that will be included in Section 3, note that fact here).
Describe the timeline and responsibilities of team members to review and provide feedback on doctoral project results.
Provide a transition to connect the gap-in-practice to the methods described in Section 3.
Page 11-15
SECTION 3: Collection and Analysis of Evidence
Restate the problem and purpose as discussed in Section 1, and summarize the background and context from Section 2.
Practice-focused Question(s)
Restate the local problem, the gap-in-practice, and the practice-focused question(s).
Clarify the purpose and how this approach aligns to the practice-focused question(s).
Clarify operational definitions of any key aspects of the doctoral project.
Note: The DNP doctoral project proposal describes a plan for collecting and analyzing evidence, and as such, this section should be written in the future tense for the proposal
Sources of Evidence
Clearly identify the sources of evidence on which you will rely to address the practice-focused question(s).
Clarify the relationship of this evidence to the purpose described in Section 1.
Restate how collection and analysis of this evidence will provide the appropriate way to address the practice-focused question(s).
Published Outcomes and Research
You should complete this subsection when conducting a systematic review of relevant published findings and conclusions from other researchers and scholars. Data and evidence that have not been analyzed belong in the next sections.
List databases and search engines used to find outcomes and research related to the practice problem.
List key search terms and combinations of search terms used. (More detailed search terms may be included in an appendix and referenced here, if appropriate).
Describe the scope of this review in terms of years searched, as well as types of literature and sources searched.
Clarify how this search will be exhaustive and comprehensive.
Note: This type of systematic review needs to be a deeper and more thorough exploration of the topic, as discussed in the Context subsection in Section 2.
Archival and Operational Data
Describe the nature of the data, including information on who contributed them originally.
Justify the relevance of these data to the practice problem in this project.
Describe how the data were originally collected by the organization, focusing on their overall validity as a source of evidence. Note any limitations inherent in the data.
Describe the procedure for gaining access to the evidence, including permissions to gain access to operational data
If historical or legal documents are used as a source of evidence, demonstrate the reputability of the sources and justify why they represent the best source.
Evidence Generated for the Doctoral Project
You should complete this section for evidence and data that will be primarily generated for the purpose the doctoral project, and not part of the normal operations of the site.
Provide a step-by-step description of how this evidence will be collected, paying specific attention to the following topics.
Describe the individuals who will contribute evidence to address the practice-focused question(s), paying attention to:
• choice for number of participants,
• how they were selected, and
• relevance of these participants to the practice-focused question(s).
Describe all tools and/or techniques used to collect that evidence and their alignment with the constructs in the doctoral project.
• For existing measurement instruments, if applicable, discuss validity and reliability of the scores produced by the instruments, along with any concepts, constructs, or outcomes measured by them. Discuss also, in terms of the above, modifications that were made to any instruments.
• For tools that you have created, if applicable, detail must be provided on how they were developed and what strategies were used to assure the validity of the information produced by them.
Note: Identify any instruments to be used in the a) table of contents, b) text of the manuscript, and c) appendices.
Describe procedures used to ensure ethical protection of these participants in the doctoral project.
• Discuss strategies for recruiting and developing working relationships with participants.
• Discuss measures taken to ensure ethical protection of participants, including data retention plans, incentives, consent process, safeguarding of privacy, and measures to permit participants to withdraw participation.
•Describe the role of the University IRB or other bodies in approving the doctoral project.
Analysis and Synthesis
Describe the systems used for recording, tracking, organizing, and analyzing the evidence—including any software used for these purposes.

Outline the procedures used to assure the integrity of the evidence, including approaches to managing outliers and missing information.
Describe analysis procedures used in the doctoral project to address the practice-focused question(s) (e.g., coding, statistical analyses, etc.).
Section 3 should end with a summary emphasizing key points

Hypothetical Results

Present the final research proposal using the following sections as a guide:
Assignment ===> Section 5: Hypothetical Results:

1.The Hypothetical Results section should be 500 words in length.
2.Describe the predicted result of each analysis that was proposed in the Method section.
3.Use the results to determine whether the research hypotheses are confirmed or not.
4.Present the final answer to the main research question posed in the introduction and/or literature review.
5.Evaluate the conclusion against the existing literature.
6.In the Hypothetical Results section, cite at least two new references or two from those cited in the literature review.

Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success

Project Proposal

Please read the entire file of assignment 2 pdf file before start writing, but please only do the first step of project proposal stated in he pdf file: 1. project proposal. The maximum no of words is 500. This is not an academic essay, it is important to keep academic information and referencing to an absolute minimum. Also, the project must be very specific.


Your proposal should deal with the following area of federal government action:

Economic Policy

You need to broadly address how much your proposal might cost and how it will be funded in general terms (there should be evidence of research for this information). You should be able to identify the groups (political and interest) that would support, and those that would oppose, your plan.

Lab Assignment:

Attach your proposal to your lab answer then discuss your proposal in light of the class discussion for the week. Were the comments on your proposal expected or unexpected? How do you think your proposal compares to the others? Which of all the proposals do you think has the most realistic chance of being adopted (if none explain why)? What have you learned about the policy making process from this exercise?

Fire and Emergency service research proposal

APA formatted research project, explaining the APPLICATION OF FIRE RESEARCH, as it relates to FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICE

A minimum of FIVE (5) references must be utilized and all of the reference citations SHALL be placed within the project. The research project SHALL include an APA formatted cover page, an introduction page, a background and significance page, a Literature review page, a conclusions page, and a reference page.
All sources used must be referenced, paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.
Failure to meet the APA format and content guidelines will result in a reduction in grade.

Step 1: Preliminary Information Gathering and Website Review
Conduct a preliminary review of current research in a chosen fire-related topic and evaluate and discuss sources from which information on fire research is available.
Step 2: Formulate Your Research Problem/Develop a Preliminary Outline
Define a research problem and develop a preliminary research proposal outline.
Step 3: The Literature Review
Conduct a literature review related to a fire research problem.
Step 4: Research Design and Data Gathering Techniques
Design a research project within a fire research subfield, and establish techniques for data gathering and analysis.
Step 5 (Final Step): Research Proposal Checklist and Submission Instructions for the Research Proposal
Length: 8 to 10 pages, not including title page;
Margins: 1 inch per side;
Must be submitted in MS Word
double space normal text, but single space tables and reference lists;

Font: Arial 12 point
Content sections: At least the following sections must be included, although your titles may vary to fit your research design

1. Establishment of the research problem or research question;
2. Literature review;
3. Hypothesis, if it is a causal or correlation study; for other types of research designs, you only need to establish your research objectives;
4. Research design, with a brief description, following the guidelines provided in Step 2;
5. Data gathering procedures, with example of instrument(s) if possible;
6. If you use statistics, describe what statistical procedures you will use and for what; and
7. References, listed in alphabetical order.

Written in future tense, and impersonal; as if the study would be performed by the researcher after approval of the proposal
References: at least 5 references cited in text.

Research Proposal Form.

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Research Proposal Form
Keyword #1 *
This is usually a research FIELD in your area of interest
Keyword #2 *
This is usually a research CONCEPT in your area of interest
Keyword #3 *
This is usually an INDUSTRY or segment upon which you will focus your analysis
Research Project Title *
Introduction *
Describe WHAT your topic, research question and objectives are, WHY this is a relevant issue and HOW you intend to contribute new knowledge to the theme. Use APA-style in-text citations (author, date) where appropriate.
Literature Review Background, Key Word #1 *
Discuss the main ideas / claims / arguments surrounding this keyword. Use at least FOUR citations from academic sources (applying the APA author-date convention)
Literature Review Background, Key Word #2 *
Discuss the main ideas / claims / arguments surrounding this keyword. Use at least FOUR citations from academic sources (applying the APA author-date convention)
2c. Literature Review Background, Key Word #3 *
Discuss the main ideas / claims / arguments surrounding this keyword. Use at least FOUR citations from academic sources (applying the APA author-date convention)
Methodological Plan *
Describe the research technique(s) you intend to use; cite at least TWO sources that explain how these techniques are used.
Timeline *
Define the main milestones / deadlines / critical dates for doing the literature review, collecting and analysing empirical data and writing the report.
References *
List ALL your cited sources alphabetically with FULL APA referencing.

Beads and Money: Wealth and Power
Order Description

The research paper will be expand on the research paper proposal handed in earlier in the semester. (will be additional files)
Required to cite at least three (3) peer-reviewed academic sources.