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GMU The Association Between Mental Health Nursing Article Review PaperGMU The Association Between Mental Health Nursing Article Review PaperI need a paper based on the article and rubric attached. You are only required to use the article attached. It should be 2-3 pages paper, excluding the title and reference pages using the following criteria:a. Write a brief introduction of the topic and explain why it is important to mental health nursing.b. Cite statistics to support the significance of the topic.c. Summarize the article; include key points or findings of the article.d. Discuss how you could use the information for your practice; give specific examples.e. Identify strengths and weaknesses of the article.f. Discuss whether you would recommend the article to other colleagues.g. Write a conclusion. nr320_326_rua_scholarly_article_review_v2_1_.pdfmentak_health_rua_article__1_.pdfORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL ESSAY PAPERSNR320-326 Mental Health Nursing NR326 Mental Health Nursing Required Uniform Assignment: Scholarly Article Review PURPOSE The student will review, summarize, and critique a scholarly article related to a mental health topic. COURSE OUTCOMES This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes. • CO 4. Utilize critical thinking skills in clinical decision-making and implementation of the nursing process for psychiatric/mental health clients. (PO 4) • CO 5: Utilize available resources to meet self‐identified goals for personal, professional, and educational development appropriate to the mental health setting. (PO 5) • CO 7: Examine moral, ethical, legal, and professional standards and principles as a basis for clinical decision‐making. (PO 6) • CO 9: Utilize research findings as a basis for the development of a group leadership experience. (PO 8) DUE DATE Refer to Course Calendar for details. The Late Assignment Policy applies to this assignment. TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE: 100 points REQUIREMENTS 1. Select a scholarly nursing or research article (published within the last five years) related to mental health nursing, which includes content related to evidence‐based practice. *** You may need to evaluate several articles before you find one that is appropriate. *** 2. Ensure that no other member of your clinical group chooses the same article. Submit the article for approval. 3. Write a 2–3 page paper (excluding the title and reference pages) using the following criteria. a. Write a brief introduction of the topic and explain why it is important to mental health nursing. NR320-326 RUA Scholarly Article Review V2 11/06/2018 CS/el NR320-326 Mental Health Nursing b. Cite statistics to support the significance of the topic. c. Summarize the article; include key points or findings of the article. d. Discuss how you could use the information for your practice; give specific examples. e. Identify strengths and weaknesses of the article. f. Discuss whether you would recommend the article to other colleagues. g. Write a conclusion. 4. Paper must follow APA format. Include a title page and a reference page; use 12‐point Times Roman font; and include in‐text citations (use citations whenever paraphrasing, using statistics, or quoting from the article). Please refer to your APA Manual as a guide for in‐text citations and sample reference pages. 5. Submit per faculty instructions by due date (see Course Calendar); please refer to your APA Manual as a guide for in‐text citations and sample reference pages. Copies of articles from any Databases, whether PDF, MSWord, or any other electronic file format, cannot be sent via the Learning Management System (Canvas) dropbox or through email, as this violates copyright law protections outlined in our subscription agreements. Refer to the “Policy” page under the Resource tab in the shell for the directions for properly accessing and sending library articles electronically using permalinks. NR320-326 RUA Scholarly Article Review V2 11/06/2018 CS/el NR320-326 Mental Health Nursing DIRECTIONS AND ASSIGNMENT CRITERIA Assignment Criteria Points % Introduction 10 10 Article summary Article critique 30 30 30 30 Description • An effective introduction establishes the purpose of the paper. • The introduction should capture the attention of the reader. Summary of article must include the following. • Statistics to support the significance of the topic • Key points and findings of the article • Discussion of how information from the article could be used in your practice (give specific examples) Article critique must include the following. • Strengths and weaknesses of the article . GMU The Association Between Mental Health Nursing Article Review Paper• Discussion of whether you would recommend the article to a colleague Conclusion 15 15 The conclusion statement should be well defined and clearly stated. An effective conclusion provides analysis and/or synthesis of information, which relates to the main idea/topic of the paper. The conclusion is supported by ideas presented throughout the body of your report. Article Selection & Approval 5 5 • Article is relevant to mental health nursing practice and is current (within 5 years of publication). • No duplicate articles within the clinical group. • Article submitted and approved as scholarly by instructor. • Correct use of Standard English grammar and sentence structure • No spelling or typographical errors • Document includes title and reference pages • Citations in the text and reference page Grammar/Spelling/ Mechanics/APA format Total 10 100 NR320-326 RUA Scholarly Article Review V2 10 100 11/06/2018 CS/el GRADING RUBRIC Assignment Criteria Introduction (10 points) • • Article summary (30 points) • • • Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance Very Good or High Level of Performance Competent or Satisfactory Level of Performance A (92–100%) B (84–91%) C (76–83%) Introduction is present and distinctly establishes the purpose of paper Introduction is appealing and promptly captures the attention of the reader 10 points • Statistics presented strongly support the significance of the topic Key points and findings of the article are clearly stated Thoroughly discusses how information from the article could be used in your practice by giving two or more specific, relevant examples • 28‐30 points NR320-326 RUA Scholarly Article Review V2 • • • 26‐27 points No introduction Introduction is present and generally establishes the purpose of paper Introduction is present and generally establishes the purpose of paper Introduction has appeal and generally captures the attention of the reader 9 points Statistics presented moderately support the significance of the topic Key points and findings of the article are vaguely stated Adequately discusses how information from the article could be used in your practice by giving two or more specific, relevant examples Poor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance F (0–75%) 8 points • • • Statistics presented weakly support the significance of the topic Key points and findings of the article are stated in a manner that is confusing or difficult to understand. Briefly discusses how information from the article could be used in your practice by giving examples that are not specific, yet are relevant 23‐25 points 11/06/2018 CS/el 0‐7 points • • • Statistics presented do not support the significance of the topic OR no statistics are presented. Key points and findings of the article are incorrectly presented OR missing Briefly discusses how information from the article could be used in your practice by giving examples that are neither specific, nor relevant OR implications to practice not discussed 0‐22 points Article critique (30 points) • • The strengths and weaknesses are well‐defined and clearly stated. Provides a thorough review of whether or not they recommend the article • • 28-30 points The strengths and weaknesses are adequate and clearly stated. Provides a general review of whether or not they would recommend the article • • The strengths and weaknesses are brief and clearly stated. Provides a brief review of whether or not they would recommend the article. • • The strengths and weaknesses are unclear or not stated. Provides an unclear or no insight as to whether or not they would recommend the article. 0-22 points 23-25 points 26-27 points . Assignment Criteria Conclusion (15 points) • • • Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance Very Good or High Level of Performance Competent or Satisfactory Level of Performance A (92–100%) B (84–91%) C (76–83%) The conclusion statement is well‐defined and clearly stated. GMU The Association Between Mental Health Nursing Article Review PaperConclusion demonstrates comprehensive analysis or synthesis of information from the article. The conclusion is strongly supported by ideas presented throughout the body of the paper. 15 points NR320-326 RUA Scholarly Article Review V2 • • • The conclusion statement is general and clearly stated. Conclusion demonstrates comprehensive analysis or synthesis of information from the article. The conclusion is strongly supported by ideas presented throughout the body of the paper. 13-14 points • • • The conclusion statement is general and clearly stated. Conclusion demonstrates adequate analysis or synthesis of information from the article. The conclusion is adequately supported by ideas presented throughout the body of the paper. 12 points 11/06/2018 CS/el Poor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance F (0–75%) • • • The conclusion statement is vague or not stated. Conclusion demonstrates inadequate analysis or synthesis of information from the article. The conclusion is inadequately supported by ideas presented throughout the body of the paper. 0‐11 points Article Selection & Approval (5 points) ALL Items MET • Article is relevant to mental health nursing practice and is current (within 5 years of publication). • No duplicate articles within the clinical group. • Article submitted and approved as scholarly by instructor. 5 points Assignment Criteria Grammar/Spelling/ Mechanics/APA Format (10 points) • • • • ONE item NOT MET • Article is relevant to mental health nursing practice and is current (within 5 years of publication). • No duplicate articles within the clinical group. • Article submitted and approved as scholarly by instructor. 4 points Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance Very Good or High Level of Performance Competent or Satisfactory Level of Performance A (92–100%) B (84–91%) C (76–83%) References are submitted with assignment. Used appropriate APA format and are free of errors. Includes title and reference pages. Grammar and mechanics are free of errors. 10 points NR320-326 RUA Scholarly Article Review V2 • • • • References are submitted with assignment. Used appropriate APA format and has one type of error. Includes title and reference pages. Grammar and mechanics have one type of error. 9 points • • • • References are submitted with assignment. Used appropriate APA format and has two types of errors. Includes title and reference pages. Grammar and mechanics have two types of errors. 8 points 11/06/2018 CS/el 2 or more items NOT MET • • • Article is relevant to mental health nursing practice and is current (within 5 years of publication). No duplicate articles within the clinical group. Article submitted and approved as scholarly by instructor. 0‐3 points Poor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance F (0–75%) • • • • No references submitted with assignment. Attempts to use appropriate APA format and has three or more types of errors. Includes title and reference pages. Grammar and mechanics have three or more types of errors. 0‐7 points Total Points Possible = 100 points NR320-326 RUA Scholarly Article Review V2 11/06/2018 CS/el Leach et al. Systematic Reviews (2018) 7:2 DOI 10.1186/s13643-017-0658-5 PROTOCOL Open Access The association between mental health nursing and hospital admissions for people with serious mental illness: a protocol for a systematic review Matthew J. Leach1, Martin Jones1*, Dan Bressington3, Fiona Nolan4, Adrian Jones5, Kuda Muyambi2, Marianne Gillam1 and Richard Gray2,6 Abstract Background: Relapse in individuals with severe mental illness (SMI) is a frequent occurrence and can add considerably to the burden of disease. As such, relapse prevention is an essential therapeutic outcome for people with SMI. Mental health nurses (MHNs) are well placed to support individuals with SMI and to prevent relapse; notwithstanding, there has been no synthesis of the evidence to date to determine whether MHNs prevent relapse in this population. Methods: Electronic databases will be systemically searched for observational studies and clinical trials that report the association between mental health nursing and the hospitalisation of persons living with an SMI. The search will be supplemented by reference checking and a search of the grey literature. GMU The Association Between Mental Health Nursing Article Review PaperThe primary outcome of interest will be hospital admission rate. Screening of articles, data extraction and critical appraisal will be undertaken by two reviewers, independently, with a third reviewer consulted should disagreement occur between reviewers. The quality of studies will be assessed using the Risk Of Bias In Non-randomised Studies – of Interventions (ROBINS-I) tool and the Cochrane Collaboration risk of bias tool. Depending on the number of studies and level of heterogeneity, the evidence may be synthesised using meta-analysis or narrative synthesis. Discussion: This review will explore for the first time the clinical potential of mental health nursing in preventing relapse in persons with SMI. The findings of this review will serve to inform future research and education in this area. The evidence may also help inform future policy, including decisions regarding future mental health workforce development and planning. Systematic review registration: PROSPERO CRD42017058694. Keywords: Hospital admission, Hospitalisation, Mental health nursing, Mental illness, Psychiatric nursing, Systematic review Background Mental disorders represent a highly prevalent and burdensome group of diagnosable health conditions. Across the globe, close to one in three people (29%) have experienced a common mental disorder some point in their lifetime [1]. The burden of these disorders is considerable, accounting for 183.9 million disability-adjusted life years * Correspondence: martin.jones@unisa.edu.au 1 Department of Rural Health, University of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia Full list of author information is available at the end of the article (DALYs) or 7.4% of all DALYs worldwide. More than 14% of the DALYs caused by mental and substance use disorders are in people with severe mental illness [2]. Serious mental illness (SMI) is a diagnosis of any nonorganic psychosis, with a duration of treatment of 2 years or more, and evidence of dysfunction (as measured by the Global Assessment of Functioning scale) [3]. Conditions captured within SMI include schizophrenia, schizophrenia-like disorders, bipolar disorder and depression with psychotic features [4]. People with SMI are a particularly vulnerable group, with reports of © The Author(s). 2018 Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver (http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) applies to the data made available in this article, unless otherwise stated. Leach et al. Systematic Reviews (2018) 7:2 increased risk of criminal victimisation (2.3 to 140-fold increased risk) [5], hospitalisation [6], falls [6], emergency department presentations (2.9-fold increased risk) [7] and mortality (2.2-fold increased risk) [4] when compared with the general population. Relapse (i.e. the worsening of psychopathological symptoms or re-hospitalisation within 12 months of discharge from hospital) [8] in people with SMI is a frequent occurrence. Approximately 20% of individuals with schizophrenia will relapse [9]; for people with bipolar disorder, the rate of relapse may be as high as 40% [10]. A high proportion of relapses (i.e. 75% of cases) in people with schizophrenia result in admission to hospital [8]; this adds considerably to health care expenditure and further burdens health care resources [9]. Relapse (and subsequent hospitalisation) is also distressing for the person with SMI and their family [11]. Furthermore, a relapse experience in persons living with serious mental illness increases the likelihood of further relapse [9]. It is no surprise then that relapse prevention is a key therapeutic aim of SMI [12]. Case management is a comprehensive approach to managing serious mental illness, with evidence suggesting that intensive case management may be effective in reducing hospitalisation in people with SMI [13]. Mental health nurses (MHNs) account for a considerable proportion of case managers; they also represent the greatest percentage of the mental health workforce [14]. Consequently, MHNs are likely to have the largest faceto-face time with people living with SMI than any other discipline [15]. GMU The Association Between Mental Health Nursing Article Review PaperAs such, MHNs are well placed in their role to support people with SMI and to prevent relapse. Despite the broad implications of relapse in people with SMI and the assumed role of MHNs in mitigating admissions to hospital in this population, there has been no synthesis of the evidence to ascertain whether MHNs can prevent relapse in people with SMI. This systematic review addresses this knowledge gap by investigating the relationship between MHN exposure and hospitalisationrelated outcomes in individuals with SMI. Page 2 of 5 trials and comparative studies) that address the research objective. Excluded will be qualitative investigations and literature reviews. Participants Participants will be limited to community-dwelling people diagnosed with SMI, which includes schizophrenia, schizophrenia-like disorders, bipolar disorder and depression with psychotic features [4]. Excluded will be persons living in secure settings and hospital inpatients. Interventions Studies that examine the effect of care provided by mental health nurses only will be eligible for inclusion. For the purpose of this review, a mental health or psychiatric nurse is someone who has completed a formal qualification in mental health/psychiatric nursing and has been credentialed, licensed or registered to practice in that capacity (e.g. registered psychiatric nurse). Studies examining the effect of team-based models of care, or specific MHN-administered clinical interventions (e.g. cognitive behavioural therapy, adherence therapy), will be excluded. Comparators The review will consider any comparison, including other health service providers (e.g. psychologists, psychiatrists), team-based models of care, non-MHN exposure and services provided by non-government organisations. Outcomes The review focuses on parameters related to hospitalisation and safety, as outlined below. Primary outcomes – Hospital admission rate (e.g. 30-day admission rate) Secondary outcomes Methods Research objectives The aim of this review will be to systematically review, appraise and synthesise the evidence from studies reporting the association between mental health nursing and the hospitalisation of persons living with SMI. Eligibility criteria Study designs The review will consider published and unpublished observational studies (including cross-sectional, cohort and case-control studies) and clinical trials (including randomised controlled trials, non-randomised controlled – Hospital length of stay (e.g. mean number of hospital bed days) – Emergency department (ED) presentations (e.g. mean number of ED presentations, proportion of ED presentations resulting in hospital admission) – Home treatment/crisis team presentations (e.g. team referrals and admissions) – Number of days treated by home treatment/crisis teams – Admissions to and number of days in crisis houses – Detention in hospital under mental health law – Adverse events (e.g. complications, mortality) Leach et al. 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