In this assignment, you will select your final topic using the information you prepared in the "Identification of a Research Topics" assignment and create a literature review. To complete this assignment, do the following:
Select one of the three topics from the "Identification of a Research Topic" assignment.
Utilizing the GCU library, locate three additional articles that will complement and support your specific topic of interest.
In a 1,500-2,000-word paper, utilizing the research process, (refer to your text, Understanding Research) include the following:
An introduction to the topic.
An explanation of how the literature review is used in research.
A discussion of the ethical considerations for data collection.
An explanation of what the data reveals in terms of statistical analysis.
An evaluation of whether there is enough information to make a decision on the effectiveness of the specific study.
A summary of the conclusions from the literature review.
NOTE: Do not submit the assignment to the instructor. Post your rough draft to the Peer Review Forum in Topic 3. You should label your paper with your first name and last name (e.g., Karen Palmer`s Paper).
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. Instructor is a stickler on citing in APA.
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.
Here are the three topics to choose from.
Failure To Label Specimens
Dunn, E. J., & Moga, P. J. (2010). Patient Misidentification in Laboratory Medicine. Archives Of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, 134(2), 244-255.
Leaving Medication Unsecured
Using Technology and Protecting Patient Information and Confidentiality
I am sending the info I started on the first part of the assignment. You can choose whatever topic out of the three I have picked to write about. If you need anything please do not hesitate. I found out I need to go out of town for an emergency and will not be able to get this done in time. Thank You!
Technology and Patient Information and Confidentiality Jeremy Deknegt Grand Canyon University: HLT-317v July 24, 2016 â€ƒ Using Technology and Protecting Patient Information and Confidentiality Introduction The development of technology has contributed to improved health care provision. Fundamentally, health professionals can offer personalized service with the help of technology. The increase in the use of technology has led to issues of security electronic medical information. Information in electronic health records is assessed for physicians and other medical personnel in making decisions about patient care. In line with this, the patient has the right to control how and when their health information is shared. The use of technology raises the need for privacy and confidentiality in the use of patient details. Confidentiality in the provision of health care alludes to the obligations of medical professionals who have access to patient records or communications have in holding such information in confidence. Researchers claim that the patient-provider relationship that guarantees confidentiality can be traced back to 4th century BC and the Oath of Hippocrates. Suggestively, the foundation of the medical profession is based on secrecy. Additionally, it is supported in the profession`s association code of ethics and the law as a privileged communication that occurs between two individuals in a professional relationship such as that of a patient and a doctor, a nurse ...