The first paragraph of your literature review should be a brief description of your search such as the one provided here. Online searches were accomplished utilizing Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) and OVID Medline.

Grand Canyon University: 

Jennifer Vander Meer MSN/MBA RN
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Review of Literature
The first sentence of this paper should be your PICOT statement, flushed left.
The first paragraph of your literature review should be a brief description of your search such as the one provided here. Online searches were accomplished utilizing Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) and OVID Medline. Terms used for the search were hourly rounding, intentional rounding, purposeful rounding, patient safety, and patient fall reduction. Articles were limited to peer reviewed. There were no restrictions placed on the date of the articles.
The next and subsequent 15 or more paragraphs (one for each article reviewed) should then go here in the suggested format. Author (year) discussed [here is where you briefly summarize the entire article in 1-2 sentences]. The research elements of the article including design, methods, population, strengths, limitations are then discussed. Then you will talk about the outcomes and research results. Finally, you will discuss and share your perspective on the significance to nursing and patient care that the article has. This is all in one paragraph for each article. Do not put the citation here or put a heading for every single article. As a reminder, here is an ideal sample paragraph.Document Preview:

Review of Literature Student A. Sample Grand Canyon University: Jennifer Vander Meer MSN/MBA RN Review of Literature The first sentence of this paper should be your PICOT statement, flushed left. The first paragraph of your literature review should be a brief description of your search such as the one provided here. Online searches were accomplished utilizing Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) and OVID Medline. Terms used for the search were hourly rounding, intentional rounding, purposeful rounding, patient safety, and patient fall reduction. Articles were limited to peer reviewed. There were no restrictions placed on the date of the articles. The next and subsequent 15 or more paragraphs (one for each article reviewed) should then go here in the suggested format. Author (year) discussed [here is where you briefly summarize the entire article in 1-2 sentences].  The research elements of the article including design, methods, population, strengths, limitations are then discussed.   Then you will talk about the outcomes and research results.  Finally, you will discuss and share your perspective on the significance to nursing and patient care that the article has. This is all in one paragraph for each article.  Do not put the citation here or put a heading for every single article.  As a reminder, here is an ideal sample paragraph. Mundy, Leet, Darst, Schnitzler, and Dunagan (2003) looked at early mobilization of hospitalized patients’ diagnoses with community-acquired pneumonia. This randomized trial included 458 patients who were greater than 18 years of age, with a new infiltrate on chest x-ray (CXR), and either cough, sputum or body temperature elevation, or two other symptoms including pleuritic chest pain, increased leukocytes, dyspnea, or altered mental…

 

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