"Exploring Differences in Rapid Response Team and Code Blue Occurrence Rates" is a great example of a paper on care. This paper aims to critically analyze the article “ Exploring Differences in Rapid Response Team (RRT) and Code Blue Occurrence Rates Within the Context of Nurse-patient linguistic compatibility” which is a research-based report written by Failano, et al. (2011). The main objective of the study was to analyze the existing difference in the rate of occurrence among the population of interest between English and non-English speaking patients. As per the analysis of the research, it has been noted that the research problem was relevant and significant for research as it contributes information towards clinical nurses' health care providers that relate to the issues of the Latino population. On the evaluation of the article, it has also been noted that the literature review does not peculiarly identify the nurse-patient linguistic compatibility but it does provide an idea regarding the main objective that in case of linguistic incompatibility there is a delayed onset of care for the patients.
The moral considerations for the research and participants as per their conducted research imply that the linguistic compatibility provides pleasure, peace of mind and contentment to the patient; further, it enables the primary health care providers to figure out the extent of complexity and dilemma as a result of direct communication with the patient and predominantly it deflates the costs and elevates more appropriate utilization of resources (Failano, et al 2011) The researchers did not describe the methods in intact detail but the data is collected appropriately as three different events are considered separately by SPSS 17.0 statistical analysis software.
The application of this software deduces that methods are reliable as SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) is a reliable program for education researches. The researchers discussed limitations including limited details of linguistic compatibility between nurses and patients and it provides a source for further researches. Furthermore, it limits the result examination from single hospital data in a single region of the country (Failano, et al 2011) The results that have been implied by the researchers are appropriate and accordant to the research question as they provide a complete analysis of data.
In addition, the illustrated graphs make the data analysis more clear by concluding that the absence of linguistic compatibility elevates the rate of code blue and suppresses the rate of RRT whereas the presence of linguistic compatibility elevates the rate of RRT and suppresses the rate of code blue (Failano, et al 2011) The results interpreted by the researchers are in association with the research aim as it is concluded that when linguistic compatibility is existent the patient is treated by RRT and the critical damage is avoided.
Conversely, when the compatibility does not exist the adverse changes in the patient’ s condition are not identified until the occurrence of extensive damage and these conclusions have been entirely drawn out from the analysis of data provided. The results provided are relevant for practice as they support the research aim and apparently warrant further research and practices on nurse-patient linguistic compatibility and recommend further strategies to bridge the communication gap between patient and health care providers. The principal point drawn in the conclusion is to increase language compatibility. Further researches are suggested to elevate awareness among health care providers to make them realize the non-English speaking needs.
ReferencesFailono, et al., 2011. Exploring Differences in Rapid Response, Hispanic Health Care International, pp. 194-198.