This is what I want to focus on.

 

This assignment I will be building on for the semester its divided in parts.

 

 

In adults newly diagnose with type 2 diabetes how does fingerstick testing compare to transdermal monitoring of blood glucose affect compliance with glucose testing and lowering HgA1c.

 

Please adjust if you think the research will be easier if need rewording .

 

My personal reasons.: I Chose this because my mom recently diagnoses with diabetes and for her transdermal is working in reaching her goal.  

 

 

 

Also when I finish my degree as Family Nurse Practitioner I will be working with adults. 

 

 

 

 

 

You are ask to formulate a PICO (or PEO) research question.

 

When constructing your question  consider focusing on the epidemiology and consequence (positive or negative) of the health issue. Consider a focus on identifying and researching the possible patient reactions or social determinant of care factors that may play a role in their health problem that make treatment difficult. 

 

 

 

  • Briefly in 100-150 words you are to provide a rationale for your inquire (clinical significance or professional practice implication). You may interplay clinical guidelines, evidence based practice data to support your selection of PICO question. Resources posted below. 
  • Cover page with running head  

 

 

Question Templates for Asking PICOT Questions:

P: Population/disease (e.g., age, gender, ethnicity, with a certain disorder)

I: Intervention or variable of interest (exposure to a disease, risk behavior, prognostic factor)

C: Comparison (could be a placebo or “business as usual” as in no disease, absence of risk factor, prognostic factor B)

O: Outcome: (risk of disease, accuracy of a diagnosis, rate of occurrence of adverse outcome)

T: Time: The time it takes to demonstrate an outcome (i.e., the time it takes for the intervention to achieve an outcome or how long participants are observed)

Note: Not every question will have an intervention (as in a meaning question) or time (when it is implied in another part of the question) component.