Select either the qualitative or quantitative study method for this assignment. The study method should connect to the practice problem of interest identified in Topic 1. This could be one of the previously selected articles from your literature review or a new peer-reviewed article.
In an essay of 1000-1,250 words, summarize the study, explain the ways in which the findings might be used in nursing practice, and address any ethical considerations associated with the conduct of the study.
Refer to the resource "Research Summary and Ethical Considerations Guidelines" for suggested headings for your paper.
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Effect of nurse`s overtime on job-related errors and adverse effects Institution Date Introduction One of the biggest problems in nursing today concerns work-related errors. Most of these errors gave been blamed on fatigue and long working hours. Resident nurse duty hours have always brought up a question of patient safety and value of training. This research studied how registered nursesâ€™ longer working duration directly related to critical events and mishaps like needlestick injuries, work-oriented injuries, nosocomial infections, patient fall injury and medication errors. Background of the study Nursesâ€™ working hours has elicited interest from various groups and the body that is responsible for giving accreditation to graduate medical education introduced boundaries on resident duty hours in a bid to ensure patient safety is improved. Whereas no federal law restricts mandatory overtime, fifteen states have legislations that prohibit mandatory overtime. There is general assumption that extended working hours leads to nursesâ€™ fatigue thereby impacting patients negatively. The study borrows from forestry and motor vehicle operation where adverse effect