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respond to the following prompts. These prompts match those in your final Assessment. Be sure to support your responses with evidence from scholarly literature.
Open and review the three documents you will need for this part of the Assessment (attached) :
- NR3003 Assessment Qualitative Coding Script
- NR3003 Assessment Qualitative Analysis Code Scheme
- NR3003 Assessment Qualitative Code Sheet
- Summarize the
major themes described by
the patients. After you complete the code sheet, summarize the major themes or most common challenges described by the 10 patients during their hospital stays. This should be written in paragraph format.
- following is an explanation of each document along with instructions for this part of the Assessment:
Qualitative Coding Script:You will see the narrative text written by each of the 10 patients in this document. Each patient has a unique ID number. For example, 001 is the ID number of the first patient, and 010 is the ID number for the last patient. Some patients only wrote about one challenge during their hospital stay, whereas others listed two or more challenges. If a patient listed two or more challenges, a vertical bar symbol, shown as |, is used to separate each of them.
Code Scheme:A code scheme has unique numbers linked to different types of content or themes found in narrative text. For this Assessment, you will see a unique number for each different type of challenge that patients faced. For example, a challenge dealing with the hospital being too loud is assigned the number “01”. Sometimes the content of narrative text cannot be categorized, because it is unclear or doesn’t make sense. For this Assessment, this type of narrative text is given the code number “99.” If narrative text does not describe a challenge, it is given the code number “97.”
Code Sheet:This is the form that you use to enter the code scheme number for each challenge in a patient’s narrative text. The first column of the code sheet lists the patient’s unique ID number. The next column (Code 1) is used to write the number from the code scheme that best describes the content of the first challenge listed by the patient. The second column (Code 2) is for the second challenge, and the third column (Code 3) is for the third one. You will submit this form to complete this part of the Assessment.
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