Include references and avoid plagiarism when answering this, it is a graduate research paper:
Review the following articles that have been provided as example studies regarding the relationship between the chronic conditions of obesity, diabetes, and hypertension as well as their downstream consequences .
Association between body mass index and onset of hypertension in men and women with and without diabetes: a cross-sectional study using national health data from the State of Kuwait in the Arabian PeninsulaDownload Association between body mass index and onset of hypertension in men and women with and without diabetes: a cross-sectional study using national health data from the State of Kuwait in the Arabian Peninsula
Obesity and its relation with diabetes and hypertension: a cross-sectional study across four low- and middle-income country regionsLinks to an external site.
Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus: Coprediction and Time TrajectoriesLinks to an external site.
Hypertension in Obesity: Novel InsightsLinks to an external site.
Incidence of type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and dyslipidemia in metabolically healthy obese and non-obeseLinks to an external site.
Hypertension and diabetes mellitus as a predictive risk factors for strokeLinks to an external site.
Epidemiology of comorbidities in patients with hypertensionLinks to an external site.
Obesity and kidney diseaseDownload Obesity and kidney disease
Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease: a Risk Factor or a Risk Marker?Links to an external site.
Feel free to analyze the data provided to identify what we already know about the relationship between these chronic conditions and potential downstream effects.
Utilize Pubmed or other research tools for your literature search
Using the above:
Write a brief Background and Significance statement related to your research question
Formulate a research question and explain how it meets the FINER and PICOT criteria
Develop a hypothesis and explain how it is testable and falsifiable. Specify the independent and dependent variables.
Using the study protocol content listed in Richesson & Andrews Chapter 10 (Table 10.2), create a protocol for your non-experimental study. Include the following topics in your protocol:
Hypothesis (from the previous prompt)
Patient eligibility: include your inclusion/exclusion criteria and describe the type and source of data you will need to identify the patients
Study design: specify the type of study (refer to Module 1), provide rationale for selection and details
Recruitment: describe the informatics approach you will use to recruit participants
Having written the protocol with and without an informatics tool, reflect on your experience. You can use the following questions as guidelines but do not need to restrict your response to them.
Was the tool helpful? If so, how?
Were there specific features that you used and found helpful?
What are some other beneficial features of e-protocol that you may not have needed/used?
Did you encounter any difficulties in using the tool?
What method would you prefer to use? Why?
Review the following articles that have been provided as example studies regarding the relationship between the chronic conditions of obesity, diabetes, and hypertension as well as their downstream co
Chinwe Eluagu Background and Significance: Worldwide, millions of people struggle with obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure, all of which are linked to serious medical problems like heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure. Effective prevention and management strategies can only be developed if the connection between these chronic conditions and their secondary effects is fully understood. Although there have been studies looking at the link between these chronic conditions, more investigation into their interactions and potential synergistic effects is warranted. Research question: How much more likely and to what extent are cardiovascular disease, stroke, and kidney disease to occur when all three of these conditions coexist? FINER criteria: Is the research question feasible? Yes, the question is feasible as there are sufficient resources available to address it. Is it interesting? Yes, the research question is interesting as it addresses a significant public health issue. Is it novel? Yes, although we have some existing research on the relationship between these chronic conditions and their downstream consequences, there is still a need for further studies to explore any flaws in the preexisting research. Is it ethical? Yes, the research question is ethical as it aims to improve our understanding of the health risks associated with obesity, diabetes, and hypertension. It also serves to provide strategies on prevention and management. Is it relevant? Yes, the research question is relevant as it addresses a significant public health issue. PICOT criteria: Population: This research would focus primarily on adults with obesity, diabetes, and hypertension since it is most prevalent among this population. Intervention: This research would focus on reducing the prevalence of this condition with diet and exercise. Comparison: This research would compare these chronic conditions to adolescents with the use of non-pharmacological therapies like diet and exercise. Outcome: This research would aim to significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, and kidney disease among adults. Time frame: This research would be tested over several years to ensure accuracy in data and data collection. Hypothesis: Having obesity, diabetes, and hypertension increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, and kidney disease. A prospective cohort study can be used to test and refute this hypothesis. In this study, the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, and kidney disease is the dependent variable and obesity, diabetes, and hypertension are the independent variables. This research would do a comparison with a much younger population because of the prevalence among the older adult population. The study would use statistical analyses to investigate the potential synergistic effects of these chronic conditions while accounting for other pertinent factors like age, sex, diet, and lifestyle choices.