Critical Appraisal of CASP Guidelines

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CRITICAL APPRAISAL
TABLE OF CONTENTSCASP GUIDELINES.......................................................................................................................3INTRODUCTION ARTICLE 1......................................................................................................3Effectiveness of individualised intervention on older residents with constipation in nursinghome.......................................................................................................................................3Review....................................................................................................................................4INTRODUCTION ARTICLE 2......................................................................................................6The experiences of families living with the anticipatory loss of a school-age child with spinalmuscular atrophy – the parents’ perspective..........................................................................6Review....................................................................................................................................6COMPARISON...............................................................................................................................9REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................10
CASP GUIDELINESThis is the method which is being used by the researcher in order to find the evidence of hisor her research based on the judgement. There are three results that are being taken under thismethod, that are as follows:Study validity?It is the first stage of the research of the CASP. This is the study where researcher isbeing identified that weather his or her research is biased or not. In this methodology quality isbeing identified. Different criteria have been founded related to the evaluation of the article.Different question is being identified that are treatment, diagnosis, prognosis and economicevaluation.What are the results?In this stage it has been decided that study is being valid or not and the researcher moveto analyse the all the results which have been included in the article. Different experiment isbeing done to find that result are appropriate or not. It is very for the researcher to find that theresults are proper or not. With that uncertainty have also being founded to analyse that what aredifferent gaps between the actual data and standard one.Usefulness of the results?Once it has been founded that all the results are relevant and important then theresearcher need to apply the different questions such as patient or population may have differentcharacteristics to those in the study. It can be said that CASP model is very important methodwhich helps the analyse all the results in proper manner.INTRODUCTIONPaper 1Effectiveness of individualised intervention on older residents with a constipation in nursinghome is an article which is being presented by various authors. It has been noticed that keyoutcome in terms of study is being evaluated in terms of nursing home. Classification of keyauthors can be as Huang, T., Yang, D., Tsai, Y. and Tsay, P.K. It has been noticed that by havingan effective consideration of paper the development in terms of individualised intervention is
necessary to refer so that decrease in constipation among older adults can be taken into account.Also, the nursing homes working in regard to treatment of such health issues are also beingreferred properly.ReviewDid study asked clear questions?Yes, study has effectively focused on the research questions in order to provide effectivedevelopment of measures. It has clearly indicated the purpose regarding identification of nursingfacilities in context to constipation.According to detailed study of the article, it can be said thatnumber of authors and experts has worked together in collective manner. For effectiveconsideration of diverse values in terms of nursing home facility the issues can be resolved. Inaddition to this, it can be said that the article is being presented with a motive to havedevelopment and examine the effectiveness of individualised to reduce constipation among olderadults in the nursing homes. It has been noticed that key information about the subject isproperly presented within study.In addition to this, it can be said that questionnaire is beingdesigned in order to ask questions to the participants so that better outcome can be attained.Along with this, application of key norms in terms of questionnaire theory is being employedproperly so that goals and objectives can be accomplished.The study aimed to assess the effectiveness of health education programme conducted bynurses to analyse the facilities in respect to constipation.Detailedexplanation in descriptivemanner about the issue is not being presented which indicates that overall outcome can beinfluenced in diverse manner. In addition to this, it can be said that appropriate learning inrespect to constipation is being referred properly so that goals and objectives can beaccomplished. Proper structuring of the report is also being provided in order to have sustainabledevelopment. In background it has been noticed that long term facilities advancement withinhealth care is also beneficial for sustainable development. It has also been presented in the initialbackground that 60-80 percent of residents are facing an issue in terms of constipation. Overallinformation about the symptoms and side effects is also being presented in the article such ashaemorrhoids, faecal impaction, intestinal bleeding. By offering such kind of information theissue has been discussed in standardised manner.Was randomised trial was appropriate?
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