Does improved communication with elderly patients (P) Braden score (I) increase nursing interventions (C) for patients with increased risk of developing pressure ulcers during hospitalization (O)

 APA formatting (no title page needed, APA citations, APA style reference list, headings, and proper introduction and conclusion paragraphs). End the introductory paragraph with a purpose statement and follow with required APA headings. Please use word or spell check to help with spelling.  Please use : Times New Roman 12-point font, double spacing, 1” margins, 1/2” indentations beginning of each paragraph, and page numbers. Be sure to use evidence from the readings and include in-text citations. Avoid quotes; paraphrase to incorporate evidence into your own writing. *** locate 3 to 4 different articles/sources representing two different types of evidence from the following categories: (a) systematic review, (b) national clinical guidelines and/or (c) peer-reviewed quantitative / qualitative studies. A reference list is required. Use the most current evidence (usually ≤ 6-years-old.) *** Also please utilize your own words for main ideas. Topic: Does improved communication with elderly patients (P) Braden score (I) increase nursing interventions (C) for patients with increased risk of developing pressure ulcers during hospitalization (O) Directions: Explain the challenges of performing a literature search on this topic. Then, describe the databases and the search terms and key words that you used in your online search related to the specific clinical problem listed in the topic for your evidence base problem (ebp) Project. Explain what went well, what were the challenges, and the amount of time needed to complete the search. Please also list some recommendations and tips that you would give to help or improve searches. *** locate 3 to 4 different articles/sources representing two different types of evidence from the following categories: (a) systematic review, (b) national clinical guidelines and/or (c) peer-reviewed quantitative / qualitative studies. A reference list is required. Use the most current evidence (usually ≤ 6-years-old.) ***