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Knowledge Synthesis Assignment: Part III Synthesis and evidence transfer,Mary Jacob ,Trinity Western University. NURS 520 Rick
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Knowledge Synthesis Assignment: Part III Synthesis and Evidence Transfer Mary Jacob Trinity Western University Knowledge Synthesis N520 Rick Sawatzky 07-09-2011 Knowledge Synthesis Assignment: Part III Synthesis and Evidence Transfer The knowledge synthesis section of this assignment is designed for in-depth interpretation and evidence discussion from the four chosen articles from Part I.
This question was designed specifically to explore the impact of nursing home admittance on family members of the elderly. It must be noted that this synthesis is a pilot and as such all results found and discussed below cannot be said to be conclusive, but give an overview of the situation as discussed by four scholarly articles. Synthesis of Study Results The first and most important part of data synthesis is to compare the overall findings of each of the studies. In this case, there were various results which give a broad overview of the topic in question. The first article by Sanderson & Meyers (2008) found that almost all of the people surveyed found the decision to put an elderly relative into a nursing home ‘difficult’ (p16) and around half of the people asked found their new parenting role a challenge. The study by Mead et al (2005) focused more on those patients with dementia than those admitted to general care home facilities (p115), and the evidence here was that worsening dementia was not the leading cause of nursing home relocation, and the decision to relocate these patients was again described as ‘difficult’. ...
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