The COPD exacerbation experience: A qualitative descriptive study…

Question The COPD exacerbation experience: A qualitative descriptive study… The COPD exacerbation experience: A qualitative descriptive study by Elizabeth Danells Chin, PhD, RNfile:///C:/Users/Owner/Downloads/Chin_2017_Article%20(1).pdfUse the articles above to answer the following questions, I have also attached the file.Questions 1   What were the study aims? Select all that apply.Group of answer choices To identify factors that contribute to treatment-seeking delay during an exacerbation of COPD To describe recognition of symptom patterns associated with acute exacerbations To generate a word picture and from that to derive a rudimentary theory of the COPD exacerbation experience To explore patient awareness of prodromal symptoms in the days preceding an acute exacerbation of COPD To fill the gap in the literature relative to description of COPD exacerbation prodromal symptoms  2  Question 21 ptsWhat was the study framework/philosophical orientation?Group of answer choices The Common Sense Model (CSM) of illness representation Strauss and Corbin’s grounded theory research method The theoretical model that this research generated (Fig. 1) Orem’s self-care deficit nursing theory  3   Question 31 ptsWhat were the topics of the author’s recommendations for patient teaching? Select all that apply.Group of answer choices Having patients keep a diary of symptoms Explaining that patients need to interpret fatigue as a prodromal symptom Helping patients understand the importance of prodromal symptoms as warnings of impending exacerbation Assisting patients to recognize their individual prodromal symptoms Giving a list of one’s prodromal symptoms to family members  4   Question 41 ptsIn what way will the findings of this study contribute to nursing knowledge, theory, or practice? Select all that apply.Group of answer choices Knowledge: the findings about fatigue during the prodrome of COPD are new. Knowledge: the findings about the rate of hospitalization in patients with COPD are new. Theory: possibly a rudimentary theory of persons with COPD recognizing, responding, and reacting to change was generated. Practice: enhancing early recognition skills of prodromal symptoms could result in earlier treatment and better outcomes. Practice: patients should be taught to ignore fatigue as a symptom, since no quantitative research has established that this is part of the COPD prodrome.   5   Question 51 ptsWhat did the author identify as limitations of the study? Select all that apply. Group of answer choices Presentation of the results as a narrative rather than a numbers-based analysis The qualitative methodology A sample that was predominantly white A sample that was well educated Participants who all resided in one geographic area Limitation of statistical tests to description, not correlation Inability to know whether the findings represent the experience of all persons with COPD  Health Science Science Nursing NUR 350 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)