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Measures in the healthcare facility.

The writer will have to read each of this articles and react to them by commenting,
analyzing and supporting with relevant articles. The writer will have to read carefully
before giving constructive comments on the article. The writer should write a one
paragraph of at least 150 words. APA and in text citation must be use as each respond
to the two articles must have in text citations. The writer will have to use an article to
supports his comments in each of the article. Address the content of each article below
in a one paragraph each, analysis and evaluation of the topic, as well as the integration

of relevant resources.

Comments and constructive criticism

Article 1
The first article describes about quality measures in the healthcare facility. The article states
that the quality measures as described by the Centre for Medicare as well as the Medicaid
services. The study describes about the best strategies to manage individuals at risk of non-
communicable diseases such as heart attack and stroke. The article describes that with
effective management of these non-communicable diseases is through health literacy (Pryce-
Miller, 2015).
Health literacy is an important issue in reducing the existing burden of non-communicable
and communicable diseases in the healthcare. The writer proposes the use of teach back
technique will effectively help even individuals faced by language barriers and those with
low education background. The writer needs to investigate the effectiveness of teach back
technique in improving effective delivery of care. The writer needs to identify the paradigm
i.e. quantitative, qualitative and mixed research that they will use in conducting this
investigation (Burke & Zeigen, 2012).
Article 2

Comments and constructive criticism
The clinical guidelines used by this writer are those provided established by the American
Heart Association , Agency for Healthcare research and quality (AHRQ), and the American
Diabetes Association to establish an evidence based research that support and guide treatment
plan for hypothyroidism, mental illness and hypertension. The writer states that the
paradigm that will be used will be a mixed research to identify the new changes and the
evidence based practice in mental healthcare (Meadows, 2013).
However, the systemic review is effectively conducted by reviewing what has been
documented by the other researchers, in order to identify the evidence based practice.
Interviewing the family nurse practitioners is a good idea, but I believe this should be done
randomly to avoid biasness and facilitates the differentiation between the myth and facts.
The writer’s interests in mental health are clear as the writer points out various options for the
management of mental health. There are many issues that arise in mental health ranging from
ethical care to legal issues. The writer must identify one of the issues that he or she believes
are important, so that they can look into those issues (Pryce-Miller, 2015).

Comments and constructive criticism
Burke, M., & Zeigen, L. (2012). Oregon’s Goal: Healthy, Knowledgeable, Successful People.
How? A Strong Information Literacy Continuum. Or. Libr. Assoc. Q., 18(2), 6-11.

Meadows, R. (2013). RESEARCH NEWS: Initiative promotes youth development, healthy
living, science literacy. Cal Ag, 67(1), 9-12.
Pryce-Miller, M. (2015). Using systematic reviews to inform nursing practice. Nursing
Standard, 29(52), 52-60.

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