Review the clinician provider guidelines and recommendations from the United States Preventive Services Task Force A and B Recommendations.
For the masterâ€s-prepared nurse, knowledge of epidemiology and its application to preventive screening guidelines is important in many clinical areas: administrative, education, and nurse practitioner fields. Consider that you are working in a clinic and need to order preventive screening for a patient for one of the conditions listed below. (While this is a preventative measure, it also can be a diagnostic tool in other circumstances. For this assignment, the screening is a secondary prevention measure.)
Please select one screening below. Your screening methodology must come from the United States Preventive Services Task Force guidelines.
- Abdominal aortic aneurysm
- Breast cancer
- Cervical cancer
- Colon cancer
- Diabetes mellitus II
- Lung cancer
Condition and Screening
- Include the condition and type of screening are both identified and defined. Screening choice is one from the assignment directions.
Epidemiology of Condition
- Include a correct definition of the condition and define the epidemiology of the condition in the United States, via three statistical terms. Include the correct mortality and related morbidity statistics in numerical format and address trends using terms such as increasing, larger or less, related disparities, and population rate comparison (race, sex, age, etc.).
- Incorporate the USPSTF guideline development methodology process into the methodology section of the paper.
- Discuss the population for the screening guideline using age, sex or related characteristic and includes information on two risk factors addressed in the guideline methodology.
- Justify the screening based on these risks using statistical rationale.
- Explain and support the screening measures.
- Summarize the USPSTF guideline recommendation and include population characteristics, screening type, and interval.
- Include most current recommendations.
- Conduct a literature review of the guideline’s support and may include alternative studies found in more recent literature supporting or offering alternative views.
- Cite four studies in the analysis.
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