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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS ASSESSMENT: TASK ONE AND TWO.

Workbook activities for the course CHCPOL003 Research and apply evidence to practice

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS ASSESSMENT: TASK ONE AND TWO.

Workbook activities for the course CHCPOL003 Research and apply evidence to practice

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Discussion Questions Assessment: Task One and Two
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Discussion Questions Assessment: Task One and Two
Assessment Task One
1. A. Reasons for carrying out research into health and social care practices
To improve health and social well-being of a community,
To find out people at risk of infection and make necessary intervention
To evaluate the effectiveness of health and social care practices (Learner guide 2017)
1 B. Means of identifying and analyzing trends in my work area
I am interested in helping and treating elderly patients in hospitals. When evaluating and
analyzing this trend, I will search the internet to identify latest developments on what they are
suffering. Researching provides information on diseases they are suffering, the affected
population, and current interventions.
1C. Research objectives in health and social care
a) To compare the available service options in health and social care.
b) To strengthen the quality of practice in a given area of health and social care.
c) To meet the expectations of the general public.
d) To extend knowledge about health and social care.
e) To reduce the costs of health care.
1D. Credibility of research sources
I will judge its grammar and spelling to determine if it is accurate. In the Learner Guide (2017),
other factors to take into consideration include whether the data is biased. I will also consider the
research methods used and compare the source of data to validate its reliability
2 A. Primary methods of data collection
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Surveys may be conducted using questionnaires where respondents answer questions on a given
topic and send the questionnaire back. Questionnaires are easy to analyze. Respondents may,
however, give misleading information. Interviews may be conducted over the phone or
physically. Interviews are reliable because one may judge the reliability of information by
observing respondents. Interviews may be expensive some times. In focus group method, the
researcher selects a group and gives it a topic to discuss. Data is collected from people as they
discuss. One can learn about perceptions and attitudes of participants. Some members may,
however, not express their honest opinions.
2 B 1. A. Systematic approach in gathering information
According to Learner Guide (2017), systematic approach in research involves following
specified approaches when gathering information on a research topic. The researcher adheres to
defined methods of data collection and analysis. The researcher will follow a defined method of
data collection and analysis in each step.
2 B 2. Steps followed in systematic review of research information
According to the Learner Guide (2017), the researcher has to set the research question which the
study seeks to answer. The second step is to set a scope and the type of information that one is
going to use. The researcher has to take a common approach on the study. If the study entails
collection of data from online sources, they should agree on their themes. The fourth step is in
the analysis. The researcher should choose appropriate method of data analysis (Learner Guide,
2017). One also has to collect and document results in a final document after analysis. The final
step is to draw conclusions from the results. The conclusion answers the research question and
provides further considerations depending on the study findings.
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2 C. Five factors to take into consideration when evaluating the relevance of information
about health and social care
According to Learner Guide (2017), relevant information should meet the following criterion.
The information should be useful and applicable to the organization, up-to-date, accurate and
detailed, accessible, and add value to the research being carried out. The findings from the
research are intended to guide in the decision-making process. One can also compare different
search results from the internet to gauge the relevance of the information.
2D. 1.Organizing research information for analysis and for future use
Research information may be organized into a report for future reference. The report should
contain the objectives of the study, the method of data collection, and the research question.
When organizing the information, proper formatting using headings and subheadings should
guide the researcher. Include the summary section explaining the research methods used in the
study. In the result section, one should mention the main findings of the study.
2D. 2. Five strategies for successful reporting of research information
Some of the listed strategies for successful reporting include spending time determining the
structure of the report before compiling it. The report should have the contents page to guide the
potential reader on where to access the relevant information in the document. One should also
use simple language and explain technical terms used in the report. There is also a need to
provide a reference page of all sources consulted.
3 A. Three considerations in the prioritization of information
When prioritizing information, some of the considerations include the prioritization based on the
research question. One should also put into consideration only the relevant information that can
be put into practice. Information that is not valuable can be ignored.
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