PICOT Question

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Problem Statement Only a few studies in nursing research provide some kind of study that looks into experiences of patients who choose to undergo bariatric surgical procedures or investigation. Within the growth of science in bariatric nursing, there is that need of information to support both the patient that is receiving the care and the physician that is providing the care and the support. In this time of continues growth in this bariatric procedures, it is a most that all healthcare providers initiate and Evaluate necessary changes in practice that will enhance the well-being and health of patients that undergo this procedure. With the current increase in the rate of obesity, people have now turned to bariatric surgery because they…show more content…
None of the studies were evaluated by the author and he did not note their weaknesses. They were merely used as supporting factors for the argument presented by the author in the study. Interviewing the women on their experiences after surgery was were the main evidence was gotten and that aid in the argument Conceptual and Theoretical Framework It was a qualitative research method, and the person-centered approach was use. The same interviewer conducted a semi-structured interview with open –ended questions in other to gain insight view of the 14 women chosen for the study. The reproducibility of the data was guarantee as the interviewer used field notes and recordings. The person who did the interview was a registered nurse with no experience in bariatric field as a means to avoid bias in the collection of data. No framework or diagram was developed by the researcher as part of the study findings. References Ogden, C. L., Carroll, M. D., Kit, B.K., & Flegal, K. M. (2012). Prevalence of obesity and trends in body mass index among U.S. children and adolescents, 1999-2010. Journal of the American Medical Association, 307(5), 483-490. Sutton, D., Murphy, N., & Raines, D. (2009). Transformation: the "life-changing" experience of women who undergo a surgical weight loss intervention. Bariatric Nursing & Surgical Patient Care, 4(4), 299-306.
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