Considering Howell Rice’s study and publication as ‘The Relationships among Anxiety, Anger and Blood Pressure in Children,’ the study can help provide enough evidence on studies carried on clinical foreground questions such as for instance, ‘what is the high blood pressure prevalence age among school going children?’ The study covers various PICOT components among them, the population, outcome and time (McBride, 2013). The question would address the children between the third and sixth grade from five elementary schools in the area. This study would identify the stage at which more students are likely to develop high blood pressure hence provide enough basis for the study of what causes it (Huffman et. al, 2003). Once identified, therapy or prevention mechanism would be introduced in a community health program that would address the challenge. This would be done within the first few months of enrollment that students join the specific grade associated with a high, high blood prevalence. The evidence collected from the study would show statistics as evidence and thus very useful in community health nursing programs.
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Mcbride, A. (2013). Caregiver burden relief project: Final evidence based proposal.
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