Epidemiology and EBP (due 24 hours)

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1) Minimum 3 full pages  ( Part 1: 1 page; part 2: 1 page; part 3: 1 page- Total3 pages)

2)¨**********APA norms, please use headers 
            All paragraphs must be narrative and cited in the text- each paragraphs
            Bulleted responses are not accepted
            Dont write in the first person in part 2
            Can write in the first person in part 1 and 3
            Dont copy and pase the questions.

3) It will be verified by Turnitin and SafeAssign 

4) Minimum 6 references not older than 5 years ( minimum 2 references per part)

5) Identify your answer with the numbers, to the three parts of this question.

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Part 1 EBP:

1) Discuss how you used the three components inherent to Evidence-Based Practice inquiry to direct your clinical question database search.

My PICOT question is ‘will off springs of diabetic patients (P), undergoing thiazolidinedione therapy (I), benefit by not becoming diabetic (O) later in life (T)?’   
Three components:  
1) the best external evidence
2) individual practitioner’s clinical expertise
3) patients’ preference 

Part 2:

You have a client from a vulnerable population, such as an economically disadvantaged and older adult, who needs to begin lifestyle changes with nutrition, exercise and management modifications. 

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1) Discuss how you would approach nutrition, exercise and/or stress management counseling. 
2) Address food aid programs that would be appropriate for referral. 
3) What exercise recommendations would be appropriate for your client/s. 
4) Comment on stress management that may need addressed with your choice of the vulnerable population.

Part 3
Create a journal entry  reflecting on your personal experiences or thoughts regarding  Complementary and Alternative therapies.

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