I need an Abstract for the attached Doctorate systematic review paper.
The abstract should be no more than one page. Abstract text must be double-spaced with no paragraph breaks. Describe the practice problem and why it is important to address within the context of nursing practice. Summarize the practice-focused question(s) and the purpose for the doctoral project. State all concepts, models, and/or theories used to inform the doctoral project. Concisely describe the sources of evidence and how obtained and the analytical strategies used in the doctoral project. Concisely summarize the findings and implications (final doctoral project only). Concisely identify major products, conclusions, and/or recommendations as appropriate (final doctoral project paper only). Summarize potential implications for nursing practice and for positive social change. Here are some form and style tips: (a) Limit the abstract to one typed page; (b) maintain the scholarly language used throughout the project; (c) keep the abstract concise, accurate, and readable; (d) use correct English grammar and punctuation; (e) ensure each sentence adds value to the reader’s understanding of the project; (f) use the full name of any acronym, and include the acronym in parentheses if you use the acronym again in the abstract; (g) do not include citations in the abstract; and (h) per APA style, unless at the start of a sentence, use numerals in the abstract, not spelled-out numbers. For more guidance on writing this paragraph, consult the abstract assistance materials on the Center for Research Quality website.
Sample Abstract from the Previous student in the same course
Nurse-driven guidelines existed for the management of sedation in adult population;
however, there is a lack of guidelines for critically ill children. Nurses play significant
roles in the management of sedation for mechanically ventilated patients in the Pediatric
Intensive Care Unit (PICU), nonetheless, comprehensive guidelines for the management
of sedation does not exist. The purpose of this systematic literature review was to
evaluate and synthesize evidence-based research that can be used to adapt a pediatric
clinical guideline for sedation management. The ACE star model and the evidence-based
practice model were used as a framework to guide this review. The practice question
focused on investigating the available best practices that can be used to support the nursing
management practice of sedated patients in the PICU. This is important because inadequate
sedation management can lead to multiple adverse outcomes for patients. The design of this
project was a systematic literature review method. The sources of the data were gathered
from Medline, PubMed, CINAHL, Joanna Briggs institute and Google Scholar. This review
included 17 studies, of which 84.2% showed improvement with positive patient outcomes
such as decreased sedation use, decreased length of stay, and improved nursing practice.
The results also support recommendations for evidence-based practice guidelines in the
clinical nursing practice setting. In conclusion, despite the recommendation for the use of
sedation guidelines, this systematic review found that there are few studies comprehensively
evaluating the impact of nurse-driven sedation management in the PICU. The social
implication of this review is that more studies involving pediatric patients utilizing nurse-driven
sedation protocol is needed before it can be adopted in the PICU.