Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring is a conceptual thread in the USU College of Nursing’s curriculum framework. The purpose of this assignment is to offer students the opportunity to be exposed to Human Caring Science while providing students with the skills of critical appraisal of evidence.Students will select one nursing research article that focuses on a study that used Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring as a theoretical framework.Students should use as a guide, an appropriate Rapid Critical Appraisal Checklist found in Melnyk & Fineout-Overholt (2019; pp. 708-722).The critiques are to be informal, although correct grammar, spelling, etc., are expected. The critique should include a brief description of the study that was reviewed and should address elements of the study relevant to critique.Students will provide a written critique on a critical appraisal of the elements relevant to the nature of the research study such as type of study, design, quality of the study; and rationale, as well as implications for practice and further research and/or evaluation.The grade will be based on accuracy, level of content and structure of the document.please use these Examples of research articles incorporating Jean Watson’s theory in USU online library:Durgun Ozan, Y., & Okumus, H. (2017). Effects of nursing care based onWatson’s theory of human caring on anxiety, distress, and coping wheninfertility treatment fails: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of CaringSciences, 6(2), 95-109.Rossillao, K. (2018). Caritas education: Theory to practice…2018National Teaching Institute research abstracts presented at the AACNNational Teaching Institute, Boston, Massachusetts, May 21-24, 2018.American Journal of Critical Care, 27(3), e 14 – e15.ExpectationsLength: 4-5 pages (including title and reference pages)Format: Formal paper in APA 6th ed formatCitations: If used (not required) cite references according to APA 7th ed.
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