Part 1: Selection of 15 Articles
Select 15 empirical articles within last 5 years related to Research question. Use the “Empirical Research Checklist” worksheet to ensure that each article you select meets all of the established criteria. At least one article must demonstrate a quantitative methodology. Using these 15 articles, provide a summary review of each component using attached “Research Article Chart” template. (For all 15 articles, even it’s only listed 3 in the template)
Research question: Can a combination intervention (bladder training and timed-voiding program) decrease unassisted bathroom related falls in post ischemic stroke patients on a rehabilitation unit?
(This research is to examine if the bladder-training program which is timed-voiding can help decreasing unassisted falls in post ischemic stroke pt. To examine the relationship in these 2 variables has NOTHING to do with socioeconomic status, aging or genders, or quality in life! Anyone can have stroke, does not matter of the age, gender, socioeconomic or Which State/country they live. The point is: if the staff assist these pts to the bathroom to void every 2-3 hours, that could decrease the chance for pts have to get up on their own (to use bathroom) which decrease chances of falls!)
Part 2: Literature Review
Write a Literature Review about 2,000-3,000 words. Please focusing on the research question.
Utilizing the major concepts identified & further develop each major concept and subtheme by using these15 empirical articles related to topic.
Use the “Research Article Chart” as a guide to analyze and synthesize (summarize) the literature into the paper.
Summarize each major concept and focus on providing a detailed synthesis of the three identified subthemes that support that concept by addressing the following.
- Introduction of the identified subtheme
- Summary of the research questions posed by the studies
- Summary of the sample populations used
- Summary of the limitations of the studies
- Summary of the conclusion and recommendations for further research