The purpose of this assignment is to be able to actively search for relevant research related to your PICOT topic and present it in a formal annotated bibliography.
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As you search the library for scholarly research, limit your search to identify empirical articles. You can use the “Empirical Research Checklist” to help with this determination. Upon finding an empirical study, assess the validity of the conclusion by determining if the conclusion answers your proposed research question and if the methodology is appropriate.
Using the “Empirical Research Checklist” and your knowledge of finding empirical research articles, locate six articles directly related to your proposed PICOT question. You may use the three you used for the assignment in Topic 4.
Write an annotation for each of the six articles that include a concise summary in your own words and the correct APA citation for each article.
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HERE IS MYPICOT TOPIC:
What is the Role of The Nurse in Assessing Violence Risk in Psychiatric inpatient?
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Empirical Research Articles for you to work with
1.Assessing Violence Risk in Psychiatric Inpatients: Useful Tools
July 01, 2007 | Geriatric Psychiatry, Psychiatric Emergencies, Forensic Psychiatry, Trama And Violence, Addiction
By John Kennedy, MD, Scott Bresler, PhD, Anthony Whitaker, MD, JD, and Brian Masterson, MD
Psychiatrists who work in inpatient units are faced with daily decisions about predicting which patients will be violent, both in the hospital and after discharge. These decisions are often made using unstructured clinical judgment based on the clinician’s experience and knowledge of the literature. How long such judgment stays the standard of care remains to be seen, because psychiatric researchers have produced a number of assessment and management tools to improve the accuracy and use of violence risk assessment. This article briefly outlines 3 tools: the Brøset Violence Checklist (BVC), the Classification of Violence Risk (COVR), and the Historical Clinical Risk-20 (HCR-20).
Violence risk prediction
Clinical and actuarial measures and the role of the Psychopathy Checklist
MAIREAD DOLAN, MICHAEL DOYLE
The British Journal of Psychiatry Oct 2000, 177 (4) 303-311; DOI: 10.1192/bjp.177.4.303
3.Prevalence and Risk Factors of Violence by Psychiatric Acute Inpatients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Laura Iozzino, Clarissa Ferrari,Matthew Large, Olav Nielssen, Giovanni de Girolamo
Published: June 10, 2015https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0128536
4. Clinical Decision-making About Inpatient Violence Risk at Admission to a Public-Sector Acute Psychiatric HospitalVirginia M. Newton, Eric B. Elbogen, Carrie L. Brown, Jennifer Snyder and Ann Louise BarrickJournal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online April 2012, 40 (2) 206-214;
Resource Document on Psychiatric Violence Risk Assessment
Alec Buchanan, M.D., Ph.D. [chair] Renee Binder, M.D. Michael Norko, M.D. Marvin Swartz, M.D. Approved by the Joint Reference Committee, October 2011
6.Assessment and Monitoring Toolkit – American Psychiatric …
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