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Research to Determine the Population, Sampling Strategy, Hippa Concerns, Informed Consent Procedures and Setting
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Research Literature to Determine the Population, Sampling Strategy, HIPAA Concerns, Informed Consent Procedures, and Setting Author Institution Introduction In carrying out research, the importance of having a clear understanding as to the setting of the study, the adequacy of the sample and using the appropriate sampling method cannot be gainsaid.
Oncology Nursing Forum, 34(2), 313-21. 1) Describe the population for this study. This research is carried out in a large nonprofit hospice involved in the provision of home care. The patients included in the study were supposed to be adults who had been diagnosed with cancer as well as identified family caregivers. The caregivers and patients included in the research were also supposed to have sixth grade education at the minimum and be in a position to read and comprehend English. They should also attain a score of at least seven in the Short Portable Mental Status Questionnaire (SPMSQ) as well as at least 40 in the Palliative Performance Scale (PPS). Since the study concentrated on management of pain, constipation and dyspnea, the patients included in the research had to be experiencing two of them. 2) How was the sample selected? What are the strengths and weaknesses of this sampling strategy? A sample of 329 home care patients suffering from cancer and family caregivers were selected and randomly grouped into three categories. One control group comprised of 109 people received standard care, another group with the same number received standard care and friendly visits while the third group comprised of 111 people received standard care and COPE intervention. ...
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