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.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
Topic: Research Summary and Ethical Consideration Guidelines Students Name: Institution: Date: Obesity among children has become of great concern in the public health sector both at national and international level. Studies show that the prevalence of the disorder is alarming. Obesity is known to be caused by an imbalance between calorie intake and calorie utilization for body functions like growth and development, metabolism and physical activities (Sameera & Kanekar, 2012). Children obesity should be monitored keenly and proper interventions exploited since it dictates the health conditions and the well-being of the child. The case study is very important to medical practitioners especially nurses as they get an overview on the causes, prevalence and medical interventions concerning childhood obesity In classifying the extent of obesity, the body mass index of the child is determined by medical practitioners. He or she is regarded as obese if the BMI is or above the 95th percentile. As a result of the high degree in prevalence, data from national health and nutrition examination survey indicated an estimate of 16.9 percent of children and adolescent at ages 2 to 19