A. Synopsis #1:
1. What experience, situation, or subculture did the researchers seek to understand?
The researchers sought out to understand the factors that contribute to the progression and limitation of guideline implementation within the primary health care setting. These emphasized guidelines are throughout the introduction portrayed as a positive implementation that will elevate the health care system as well as improve the assessment and management of cardiovascular risk. The adversity within these proposed implantations lie within their validity, such as which guidelines are effective and the reason for their effectiveness. The researchers also alluded to the efforts of New Zealand and their use of an Assessment and Management of…show more content… All data was ultimately collected through verbal expression.
4. How did the researchers control their biases and preconceptions?
The researchers remained objective by basing their research on a template of sub elements that have high and low indicators that would lead to a successful implementation of evidence into practice. The study targets specific patients who have been exposed to risk factors, as well as addresses health equity, staff resources, and diagnostic services. The researchers used great discretion in the collection of data. The topics presented were referred to with code names in order to prevent the incitation of any biased reactions.
5. Are specific pieces of data and more generalized statements included in the research report?
Specific data was provided for different aspects of the study. For example, it was said that the study took place in Maori where the cardiovascular issue represents 31.7 % of the population which is higher than all of New Zealand (14.6 %) in total. The specific location of the study was also noted, describing the demographics of the location: “rural settings, a small city, and small towns.” The article also addressed the general benefit of implementing the AMCVR, and its ability to aid in the prevention of cardiovascular disease.
6. What where the main findings of the study?
The main findings of the study included that the major barrier to implementation is the lack of putting guidelines into practice. Researchers also