Identify one research question that has not been investigated previously or that you would address in a different way than you’ve read about so far.
Using part one, expand paper and include part two and three with the following guidelines, using the first page add 6 additional pages of content.Building on what you wrote in Part 1 last week, locate, read, and write about the research and findings in two articles about your topic. These articles should have been published in the past two years in refereed nursing journals. Your paper should analyze, compare, and contrast the authors’ hypotheses, methods, and findings. In addition, you need to make revisions to Part 1 based on the feedback from your instructor, your readings, and/or discussions in class.Submission Details:Assignment 3 Grading CriteriaIncorporated and resubmitted revisions to Part 1 with Part 2.Selected articles appropriate to the topic identified in Part 1 and as per the criteria defined in the assignment.Ensured the paper summarizes selected authors’ hypotheses, methods, and findings.Ensured the paper follows APA format and is written creatively in the student’s own words.Using the knowledge gained from work on Parts 1 and 2, identify one research question that has not been investigated previously or that you would address in a different way than you’ve read about so far. This is sometimes known as gap analysis, in that you are looking for a gap in the existing body of knowledge where new research would contribute to an understanding of the issue in a way that could improve clinical practice for the nurse practitioner and improve patient outcomes.Your research question must be clearly related to Parts 1 and 2. Be sure to state this clearly as a research question.Explain why you think this is a gap in existing research (relate directly to published research), its clinical relevance (why you think your specific research question is an important area to explore), and your ideas about research design (how you would conduct research to investigate it). Include a discussion of whether your question would lend itself to a quantitative, qualitative, or mixed design; why; and how you might be able to acquire participants for the student
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