Module 2 - SLP UNDERSTANDING THE CONTEXT OF THE PROBLEM Continue to assemble your annotated bibliography, adding and annotating a minimum of 5–8 additional sources (at least 5 of which must be peer-reviewed) to those previously incorporated in Module 1. These may include but should not be limited to resources identified for your Module 1 and 2 Case assignments. Upload this revised draft of your annotated bibliography to the SLP 2 Dropbox by the conclusion of this module. SLP Assignment Expectations You are expected to consult the scholarly literature in preparing your paper; you are also expected to incorporate relevant background readings. Your paper should be written in your own words. This will enable me to assess your level of understanding. Proofread your paper to ensure that grammar and punctuation are correct, that reference citations conform to APA guidelines, and that each part of the assignment has been addressed clearly and completely. Your assignment will not be graded until you have submitted an Originality Report with a Similarity Index (SI) score <20% (excluding direct quotes, quoted assignment instructions, and references). Papers not meeting this requirement by the end of the session will receive a score of 0 (grade of F). Do keep in mind that papers with a lower SI score may be returned for revisions. For example, if one paragraph accounting for only 10% of a paper is cut and pasted, the paper could be returned for revision, despite the low SI score. Please use the report and your SI score as a guide to improve the originality of your work. Length: 4–6 double-spaced pages.
Understanding the Context of the Problem SLP Student`s Name Institutional Affiliation Date Understanding the Context of the Problem SLP Bellelli, G., Morandi, A., Davis, D. H., Mazzola, P., Turco, R., Gentile, S., ... & Del Santo, F. (2014). Validation of the 4AT, a new instrument for rapid delirium screening: a study in234 hospitalised older people.Â Age and ageing,43(4), 496-502. The authors of this article explored the effectiveness of using 4AT in screening older patients for delirium. This is a new screening tool for delirium. From the findings, the researchers noted that 4AT is a valid and effective tool that can be used to screen delirium in elderly people. The tool outperformed the other numerous screening tools because they lack some of the important features such as non-specialist care. To test its effectiveness, the method was administered in various patients where it reported high sensitivity and specificity levels. The study concludes by suggesting the 4AT derilium screening tool is valid and should be used in all wards. Since the study was conducted in one health care center, the authors suggest that, further studies in large centers and populations are required