Tag: PICOT

PICOT is a mnemonic derived from the elements of a clinical research question – patient, intervention, comparison, outcome and (sometimes) time. The PICOT process generally begins with a vague clinical query. Each element of the process helps develop a well-structured question.

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Essay on Telemedicine
Nursing Essays
Introduction: The purpose of this paper is to introduce an evidence-based change project that focuses on providing patients with the option of telemedicine office visits.... Last modified: 23rd Apr 2021

Interventions to Develop Education for Diabetic Patients
Nursing Literature Reviews
Introduction: Research literature design and implications of young diabetic adults aged 18 to 40 years of patient education is a vital healthcare needs in the contemporary generation. This is a growing concern in m... Last modified: 14th May 2020

Analysis of PICOT Intervention in Nursing Practice
Nursing Essays
Introduction: NEW IMPLEMENTATION INTO PRACTICE Introducing new ideas or systems of doing things is one of the most common aspects of healthcare yet some of the most of the difficult ones. Generally, p... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Issue of Surgical Smoke Inhalation in the Operating Room
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Surgical Plume PICOT  While smoking in and around most hospitals and medical facilities is prohibited, surgical smoke from electrical cautery units remains to be an inhalation healt... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020