Diabetes Pico

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DIABETES PICO

Planning for the research related to Diabetes



Planning for the research related to Diabetes

Introduction

The basic tool in the formulation of an answerable clinical question is the PICO question that is, population, intervention, control, and outcome. To answer any question about improving health care outcomes, we need to know the population or patient group for which the treatments are used. The intervention, or experimental, treatment needs to be known, as well as the control or comparison treatment. Finally, we need to know what outcomes are being compared or measured. Therefore, this paper comprises of the search question under the PICO format used for the assistance of the actual study on the wide scope of diabetes. The paper will also comprise a detailed material which will assist the overall research that will be conducted on the subject matter of diabetes. Moreover, this paper will also comprise the techniques and resources through which I will collect the data. In contrast to that the paper will have a road map or a path way that will aid in understanding the actual research. In short, this paper will highlight the whole process that I will be using to conduct my research relevant to the issues related with “Diabetes”.

However, this PICO approach also applies to questions about diagnosis or exposure and helps to identify the components of questions underlying clinical practice decisions. These components are then used in further area of the portion that assists the actual study to identify the best available evidence to answer these questions.

The formulation of the final search question is for the diabetes paper is as followed.

The research is based upon an in-depth analysis of diabetes type 1 patients with the help of reputable healthcare officials and doctors (the population) who will help me in deriving conclusion for people taking insulin shots (the intervention) comparing the possible usage of bitter melon, which acts as, natural insulin (the comparator or control) to result the flow of insulin in the body to keep the level of diabetes under control (the outcomes).

Finding the Best Evidence

After formulating an answerable clinical question in the form of a PICO, the next step is to find the best available evidence for the topic of my research which is based upon the field of diabetes. Hence, this requires systematically searching sources of medical and health care research including databases. Therefore, the libraries and databases I will be using to find the relevant evidential data for the diabetic topics are as followed. MEDLINE, CINAHL, EMBASE, Nursing@Ovid, Nursing reference centre, Ebesco, Proquest health and medicine, and the Cochrane Library are the libraries I will be using for my research. However, above mentioned databases are the most relevant and authentic databases that will provide the relevant information on the wide scope of diabetes.

However, the most important thing that needs to be taken under consideration is to use the libraries in an effective way. Therefore, to avail the effectiveness of the libraries and get the relevant data, for the diabetes research, I ...
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